Pretty party shoes that don’t hurt your feet? It is possible. More
You can wear bright colors in the fall and not look like you’re in denial that summer is over. More
Our arches are so happy. More
Because no one would ever ask a dude to do this. More
No matter how sensible and put-together you think you are, I guarantee that I could open your closet door and pull out several pairs of shoes that haven’t been worn in last six months. More
Oh, the things some people will do for Louboutins. More
What do you expect to happen when you put extremely tall, leggy women in 8-inch heels and send them strutting down a slippery runway? More
Jeremy Scott and Adidas have taken wacky to a new level. We now have… high heeled sneakers. So help us god. More
What part of Sex and the City scarred you the most? For me, it’s a tie between Carrie’s horrible relationship choices and that time she said “with an armful of discount clothing, I realized I couldn’t discount my feelings.” More
A lot of women are down with certain aspects of maintaining conventional female beauty–makeup, hair–but can’t stand others. One of the most polarizing aspects are, of course, high heels: they’re either glamorous and wonderful and add height and lengthen legs… … More
Or am I just fashion challenged? There are two options, and two options only.
Also, it should be noted that my sense of style is not what one might call “good.” More
From how he wears high heels to being a solid advocate, everyone’s middle-favorite Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean is now officially awesome again. More
Women may think they dress for themselves, but they should stop being so delusional (all that probiotic yogurt is clogging up the reasonable faculties).
Ladies: you’re all straight, you’re allÂ pathologicallyÂ insecure, and you all select shoes based on what straight men will think makes you more fuckable. Which is to say, put down the espadrilles, girl! More
You know how high heels are really bad for your feet? Well, one bar thinks that you should be required to harm your feet in order to get through their doors! Cool, right?Â ProAbition, a self-proclaimed “UltraLounge” in Riverside, California, put out a flierÂ on FacebookÂ to encourage people to attend their 1920s-themed opening night. On it, they included a guide for how customers should dress. More