Post # 1
I have pretty average-sized feet, until you get back to my heel/achilles tendon. And that’s where God decided to give me skinny (’cause there’s no skinny anywhere else!) I have finally (finally) finished my bridal shoe shopping, and bought the (to me) most gorgeous pair of mid-heel Nina, but it’s a pump, and the heel keeps slipping. This is not unusual for me, as most of the pumps I have slip, and I just wear them that way. But these seem to have a little more slip than usual.
So after all that, does anyone have any comfortable, fail-safe way to keep my shoes from flopping on my feet?
And the obligitory shoe porn:
Post # 3
- Wedding: September 2014 - Turf Valley
I have used these gel things that go on the heel of the shoe. Here is an exmaple I found on eBay:
They work for me!
Post # 4
I use a product called Heel Snugs (i have the same issue, really narrow heels). i just googled and now there are a few products with that name – the ones i use are foam and i get them through amazon. They have a peel-off adhesive back, last for a long time, and can be removed/replaced.
Post # 5
i just buy mole skin padding. i can usually find it at the 99cent/dollar store, but you can also buy it at walgreens, cvs, etc. i’m a size 5, so shoes aren’t always easy to find. i often have to settle on 5.5 or 5/6, which are too big, so there’s usually extra space to be filled. i like mole skin because i can cut it however big or small i need and it stays put. i used some in a pair of shoes that i usually wear to disneyland and it’s lasted through multiple trips to the park and several water rides!
Post # 6
I have the same problem, only skinny part on me are my heels. I bought these sticky Dr. Scholls things that go in the back of the heel. They’re like gel cushiony things and they are amazing. I usually just deal with it for most heels but some pairs there is just no way I could so I turn to those.