5 Tips For Wearing Heels Over 65

After almost two years of Zoom meetings without shoes, we're slowly putting on shoes again for work and going out. Styles of shoes have become more open in recent years, even before Covid. This gives women a lot more freedom when choosing shoes for any event.

But even though heels aren't required to look put together anymore, many women still choose them when they want to look taller and more polished. But people in their 60s and older may feel like they can't wear the high-heeled shoes they liked when they were younger. Lucky for us, this is not true. 

Learn the particulars of foot health.

Find a supportive heel that fits just right.

Add comfort aids.

Try wedges, platforms, and kitten heels.

Be sure to give your feet a break

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