Becky Wood

My love for high heels started as a teen. With beautiful high heels quite literally at arms reach, I took the plunge. For me, they instantly came to symbolize the maturity and responsibility of adult life - or at least my attempts thereof.

My first high heels were a relatively comfortable 3-inch stiletto of leopard camel leather. Initially a heel novice, I realized that the less you do something, the harder it is; heels are no exception, and it took consistent wear for me to (quite literally) find my stride. It took practice in wearing and walking in heels, but the confidence boost was instant and I’ve been a high heel fanatic ever since.

Learning to find your stride in high heels is much like finding your stride at 'Adulting'.  The Urban Dictionary defines Adulting as having to do grown up things and hold responsibilities such as, a 9-5 job, a mortgage/rent, a car payment, or anything else that makes one think of grown ups.  

So while we were younger we couldn't grow up fast enough and now that our train has reached the destination of adulthood we sometimes just wish for the freedom of our youth.  Of course we couldn't afford the expensive heels then either; so there are compromises to be made.  

I would encourage you as your are doing your own 'Adulting' today never forget the youthful dreams you once held because inside we're all that little girl that loves to play dress-up.

Now I need to resume breaking in these new high heels!  

When 'Adulting' has you stressed remember Retail Therapy is great outlet to relieve that stress.  So all this talk about high heels, be sure to check our amazing Shoe Collection

Until next time and Happy Shopping!

B Ann

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