These Are Our Favourite Pumps That Exude Sexiness And Comfort
Not all stilettos guarantee blisters and a sore feet, for some of these may hurt a lot less than they look. Who says you can't have your cake and eat it, too?| April 25, 2019
As women, we have all faced the pain and trauma of high heels, the worst choice of footwear that can and perhaps should be classified under torture devices. Yet, we will continue to put our poor feet through the strains of tip-toeing for hours on end, with stiff edges that blister the skin, all because it looks great.
If kicking your heels to one side and swearing off these stilts are not an option, there are some pumps that will give your legs maximum elongation with COMFORT. Oxymorons these are not. You get the best of both worlds. Of course, don’t buy these expecting zero pain to come from it, because there will inevitably be pain, just much less than you would expect a 4.5 inch stiletto would give you.
Now, don’t just take our word for it. Yoyo has been through several fashion weeks on stilettos, balancing on cobblestones, dodging traffic, and standing around for hours on end. So, if anyone knows which shoes are made right, it’s her.
The first one on her list that she owns several of are the Balenciaga pumps. The extra long pointy tip gives the illusion of a longer leg, and is by far, and we quote her, “the sexiest”. They’re available in a few heel heights, but it’s really go hard or go home. Other comfy ones include Jimmy Choo’s 100mm heels that don’t give any blisters, Roger Vivier’s signature buckle heels, and Gianvito Rossi’s nude pumps.
Now, you know the juice, go ahead and pour yourself a glass with these finds below. Go forth!
Balenciaga Leather Pumps
Balenciaga Square Knife leather pumps
Gianvito Rossi 100 point-toe patent-leather pumps
Gianvito Rossi Gianvito 100 leopard-print calf-hair pumps
Roger Vivier Flower Strass Buckle Pumps
Jimmy Choo Romy 100 suede pumps
Jimmy Choo Love 100 croc-effect leather pumps
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