If you are under 5'3 these 5 inch heels may be too high for you :) Let's be clear, I am sure even Beyonce is struggling a lil' in these and walking with a permanent bent knee lol! Thank God they have a platform sole for increased comfort.
3. All heels (wedge, stilletto, square) must be in porportionate to the size of your leg and feet width. If you have slim legs then your stilleto/wedge/platform should be smaller, shorter, thinner, and more narrow.
While these Fergie Wedges may tickle your fancy, if you are petite they are way too big for your body frame. You will feel as if you are Big Foot....trust me!
Wearing a modest fashionable wedge like these Anna Hindmarch Gres is more suitable and proportionate for petite frames.
4. You may want to buy inner soles to increase the comfort for your feet. The solution is not to abandon beautiful heels, but adopting strategies to provide support and cushion for your feet. If your stiletto heel is really thin, place a gel insole at the heel of your feet.
Dr. Scholl's Heel Cushion Insoles
Dr. Scholl's insoles for High Heels www. drscholls.com
5. Not to have a biased post....let me state that regardless to size, height, and stature, we should all wear heels responsibly. Heels while gorgeous, and aesthetically enhancing, can cause serious damage to our feet and posture. So if your heel is wobbling to the side when you walk it may be too thin to carry your body weight, similarly, if you consistently walk at a 45% angle, your heel may be to high and poorly positioned (versus a more diagonal slant).