It's no secret that high heels are terrible for you and your feet—squishing your feet into a slanted position while keeping the toes up can cause your Achilles tendon to shorten, causing discomfort when wearing flatter shoes. Not to mention all sorts of lower back pressure that results from extensive heel wear.
Some doctors recommend you keep the high heel wear to no more than 12 hours a day, and most of us know this. We just choose to ignore it anyway—what's some knee, posture, ankle, ball of foot and calf pain when your legs can look a mile high in some Miu Mius?
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Check out this extensive look into just what those overpriced heels are doing to you from Gizmodiva.com.