can you pull off a pair of 3 inch high heels?

@oyenkai (4398)
Philippines
March 19, 2009 8:05pm CST
I've always wanted to learn how to wear high heels - I mean I know how to slip my feet into them, but I can't walk straight without wobbling or without hurting my feet! I've always been a flip flops kind of girl and I've worn different kinds of flip flops when I was in college - I avoided wearing sneakers because I didn't like wearing socks hihihi (now I have a pair of slip on shoes where I don't have to wear socks! - I should have gotten those when I was in college... don't know why I didn't). So can you pull off a pair of 3 inch heels?
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@Rainegurl (2158)
• Philippines
20 Mar 09
Hi, oyenkai. Yes, I can. I love high heeled shoes -- and I also love flipflops. Now all I have are high heels and flipflops Every now and then, I resolve to buy a new pair of shoes that are without or at least just one-inch heels, so that I can wear them when I do not want to look too casual nor too formal. But I always end up buying high heels. Oh boy.
@sunshynn (17)
• Philippines
20 Mar 09
Haha. Same dilemma there. I prefer elegant but comfortable shoes. I can pull off a pair of three-inch heels if the heels are not pointed or a bit wide (but not clunky). I feel i can balance more in that than in pointed stilletos. You can start with two-inch then work your way to the higher heels. It does make one look sexier. Goodluck!
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@mariposaman (2967)
• Canada
20 Mar 09
Here we go again. I am a man but when I was younger men wore higher heels than they do today. I used to like them because it made me taller. I am an inch or two shy of 6 feet so it made me really tall. However men today usually wear flat dress shoes or sneakers. I do not know how women walk in those heels sometimes. I think it must take a lot of training. I have also heard that they are murder on your feet so you might be better off pain wise with your flats.
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@nympha687 (940)
• United States
20 Mar 09
I can. Since college, we were requested to wear high- heeled shoes for our job. I got accustomed to wearing them. Now, I find women sexier when they wear high- heeled shoes.
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@lynnemg (4539)
• United States
20 Mar 09
I can do it,but I'd rather wear tennis shoes or sandals. I don't regularly dress up. My normal attire is jeans and a t-shirt. I don't think that 3-inch heels would look right with that. Even when I do dress up, I prefer flats to heels.
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