5 Tips For Wearing Heels Over 65, According to Doctors 

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. 

If you have any of these conditions but still want to wear heels, consider ones with a soft midsole and shorter heels.

Learn the particulars of foot health.

Find a supportive heel that fits just right.

Sounds simple, but choosing the right size and making sure the shoes fit properly is of the utmost importance.

Shoe pads and other cushy additions can really help in the comfort department.

Add comfort aids.

Most of us are dreamers that like to see sweeping possibilities when it comes to romance. This is where the trouble lies.

Try wedges, platforms, and kitten heels.

"Always break in new shoes gradually–don't wear them for long periods of time right out of the box.

Be sure to give your feet a break


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