Whether you’re deciding on a superb pair of Louboutins or a pair from the bargain bucket at Walmart, there are always things to consider in a new pair of heels. It doesn’t matter how much they cost if they are so uncomfortable you can’t wear them. What’s the point of buying a pair of do-die-for heels if they get consigned to the shoe graveyard at the back of the closet? Here’s how to become an expert at buying heels.
1. Check out the Incline
One of the most important things you should do before buying a pair of heels is to take a good, long look at the incline. It might be prettiest pair of heels you have ever seen, but if you know full well that the shoe is going to too steep for your personal comfort threshold, then you are basically going to be paying for an accessory that you are never going to wear because it will be too painful!