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In need of comfortable high heel boots/shoes.
« on: 17 Jul 14 / 09:32 PM »
Can anyone here recommend some comfortable and easy-ish to walk in high heeled boots/shoes. I want something a bit fancier than my boring old Converse when I'm going out, but I'm not used to walking in heels.

I'm looking for something kind of casual that I can put on to go shopping but something that looks nice when I'm dressed up. Nothing over the top, I have the pink Iron Fist gold digger heels and would feel like a numpty wearing those just to go shopping in, also, they hurt a lot. I also have some blue chelsea boots/shoes but they're too high and they made my feet numb when I wore them last!

Sooo, something with around a 3-4 inch heel, preferably black and studded, a platform would be nice too. I know I'm probably asking too much...
 

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Re: In need of comfortable high heel boots/shoes.
« Reply #1 on: 17 Jul 14 / 09:43 PM »
This might sound nuts, but keep an eye out at Clarks. Occasionally they have a moment of genius and put out a pair of pretty but kind if sensible and comfy heels. The only heels I can wear are from there, a nice pair of pale gold, I suppose they look a bit like dancing shoes, with a buckle. I have other heels. They look pretty on a shelf and that's about it! Lol
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Re: In need of comfortable high heel boots/shoes.
« Reply #2 on: 17 Jul 14 / 10:16 PM »
M&S are good for nice vintage looking heals. Again, a little frumpy usually but I find if you dig hard enough you'll be surprised! I got a couple of pairs of 3 inch heels from there which are comfy enough for me to wear all day, including the 2 hour trudge to campus and back. 
 

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Re: In need of comfortable high heel boots/shoes.
« Reply #3 on: 17 Jul 14 / 10:31 PM »
Yeah, there too!
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« Reply #4 on: 18 Jul 14 / 09:12 AM »
I've also had the most utterly amazing heels from Dr martens! They are about a three Inch heel and honestly don't feel like you're wearing heels. I normally only wear massive boots and even I can wear them all day and walk around London in them :)
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« Reply #5 on: 18 Jul 14 / 02:17 PM »
Oh, nice. Are they hard to break in? I have 3 pairs of Dr Martens, my old ones were easy to break in, but the newer ones are soo hard.
 

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« Reply #6 on: 18 Jul 14 / 03:48 PM »
The only heels i have are fat chunky heels as i find them easiest to walk in, i have some from new look that are amazing, really comfy and i can wear them and dance in them all night and be completely fine. I have been looking at the dr marten heels for a while as i LOVE dr martens so its good to hear that they are comfy :)
 

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Re: In need of comfortable high heel boots/shoes.
« Reply #7 on: 18 Jul 14 / 09:20 PM »
I have a pair of Dr Martens shoes with a 3 inch heel on them, and they are really comfy!  They're the same heel style as the Dr Martens boots, so they should also be comfy, although I do find the leather on Dr martens boots really difficult to break in, but the shoes were fine.  I also have a pair of New Rock boots with a 3 inch heel on them, and they are super comfy!  They're not really a feminine style, but they are less chunky than most New Rocks. No problems with breaking them in, I wore them for the first time to fly to Canada, and throughout the airport trek and 20 hour long day they were still really comfy!
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« Reply #8 on: 19 Jul 14 / 06:51 AM »
I always go for a really chunky heel and if the shoe has a platform front that's even better because then you aren't tipping forward as much. I have a pair of suede boots like this from topshop and some brown shoes from office. Both have a zip down the front. I've worn them to work, climbed ladders and carried heavy things in them. Never had sore feet. So yeah try big clunky ones.
 

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« Reply #9 on: 24 Jul 14 / 09:15 PM »
Thanks everyone. I found a really nice pair of boots in New Look with a chunky heel and they're really comfy.

I will eventually get a pair of high heeled Dr Martens though.
 

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« Reply #10 on: 24 Jul 14 / 09:32 PM »
Thanks everyone. I found a really nice pair of boots in New Look with a chunky heel and they're really comfy.

I will eventually get a pair of high heeled Dr Martens though.
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Re: In need of comfortable high heel boots/shoes.
« Reply #11 on: 31 Aug 14 / 06:50 PM »
Thanks everyone. I found a really nice pair of boots in New Look with a chunky heel and they're really comfy.

I will eventually get a pair of high heeled Dr Martens though.

I just bought a pair ofchunky heeled lace up boots from newlook wonder if there the same :)
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« Reply #12 on: 31 Aug 14 / 10:07 PM »
These are the ones I bought:



they come in red too, I'll probably end up getting them as well. :P
 

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« Reply #13 on: 01 Sep 14 / 11:16 AM »
Ooh those are lovely.
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