I LOVE heels. I think they are absolutely gorgeous and I am so jealous whenever my friends wear them out. I'm 5'10" and way too much of a baby to wear heels when I go out. I feel like an absolute amazon!! Sure that works if I'm a supermodel, or if I'm dating an NBA player but I don't exactly have either of those opportunities knocking down my door....and let's face it Miami is hardly well-known for its sports so I can't even date a guy from my school's basketball team. I got seriously ripped off here..
I even own a couple pairs of absolutely gorgeous heels! I have this pair of metallic wedges that would look amazing with probably half of my outfits, but I always chicken out! My friends tease me constantly because I only wear pretty sandals and flats when we go out - even in winter, which leaves me looking like the girl who doesn't know better than to wear open-toe shoes in the snow.
HELP! I really need to get over this fear. I'm 20 years old, its a little sad that I'm still too intimidated to wear heels to bars just because I don't want to tower over people (especially guys - awkward!) I would love to say I'm super confident and that I throw on heels and own it like I am a supermodel, but I'm not. I've made a junior-year resolution (yes that is a real thing, you can set goals without it being January 1st, people!) to conquer my fear of heels. I've even set ground rules that kitten heels don't count. I've tried to hide in those for way too long. I decided on a 3-inch minimum which may still sound small but I would be 6 feet tall in those! Baby steps...
In honor of this new resolution, here are some heels I have been trying to talk myself into buying. PLEASE comment with suggestions if you know of any good (small!) heels that will help me conquer this irrational fear of mine!
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