To avoid an embarrassing moment or discomfort associated with new pair of heels it's important to 'break into them' first and these are three ways to do it...
To avoid an embarrassing moment or discomfort associated with new pair of heels it's important to 'break into them' first.
Breaking into your heels is simply getting comfortable in/wearing them for just about the first time. It's never advisable to wear new pair of heels for the first ever time straight for hours on end to an event or generally outdoor you should first break into them.
If you've ever made the mistake of wearing your pair of heels straight after buying them and you experience discomfort/unbearable pains/blisters/bruises etc then these great ways for breaking into them are ones to try the next time you get a new pair of heels:
1 The Indoor Try
Wear your new heels first around the house to 'text' them. You can put them on while going round the house doing nothing serious, this will help it grow on you naturally, make them less tight and ease your feet into them slowly and naturally.
2. Put Some Ice in
Fill the new pair of heels with bags of ice or throw them in the freezer for a while. When the ice melts, the water naturally expands the shoes slightly making wearing them more comfy.
3. Blow Dry It
You can use slight heat to expand your heels as well. Use your hair dryer over the shoes for a few minutes, this expands the leather faster making wearing it more comfy.
Be sure to check the quality of the shoe before doing this.