Marg Produe
Registered On: March 16, 2022
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Hi Sable,  This is how I pumped me up many years ago. I have about 15 pairs of 3-4 inch heel pumps (mostly black leather).   I may wear a pair for several hours at a time.  This includes walking, standing and dancing so for me they need to be comfortable and sturdy.  I am like Hose Heels and need to actually try a style on first before I think that I can wear them.  I first went to thrift stores and tried on tons of pumps until I began to find  a style and size that seemed workable.  Then I bought that shoe for about $5 and practiced and studied.  I think that it takes a while to find out all the idiosyncrasies of a shoe like does it pinch, rub or roll to the side.  Any of those situations could make the pump unbearable.  Once I found a pump  that I loved, I then searched for that particular brand and style to purchase new.  Sometimes I would buy 3 of the same pump but in different colors.  The cheapest brand that I found workable for me was the George brand from Target (about $30).  My middle brand was Ann Taylor (about $60) and you can get them at most major malls and the most expensive difficult to find was Ferragamo (about $80) which I usually get used on Posh.  Once you have found your perfect pumps you might wear the hell out of them only to grieve when the heel tip dies.  Then get them reheeled (or you can do it yourself with You Tube videos).  Meanwhile  you pop on your backup pair and continue with the event.  Cobblestones and parking lots tend to destroy heels so I usually wear sandals or ballet flats from the car to the event and take my pumps out from my bag and pop them on at the door.  If you are not used to heels you might try wearing them for 5 minutes at a time  throughout the day.  Otherwise you might suffer leg and back pains later on.   I try to wear my pumps about a half hour a day so that my legs don’t cramp up when I’m on them for a full night.  So, I hope that this helps you and if you find 3-4 inch heels are difficult then just start with 2 inch ones.  I think that you will really rock your pumps so have fun and party on!        Marg

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