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I wish I was that tall? Being only 5'1", heels are a must for me!

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Originally Posted by raerae View Post
I can get insecure about my height every now and then. I'm 175cm and wear around 14cm heels, I always feel so tall and like people are looking at me.. Anyone else who feels this way?
I am 182 cm and i wear high heels (mostly 15cm). Yes people stare and whisper... seriously i couldnt care less. They can talk all they want if they dont have anything better to do with their time - thank you very much for making me the center of your world. Just remember great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people

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I love high heels, but I'm not too great at walking in them, I don't go out much so I mostly wear high heels just when I have to get dressed up for something.

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I feel as though for me personally taking ballet a few years has increased my ability to walk in heels. It seems as thought it's just improved my balance and general grace in movements. It's pretty easy for me to adjust to tall heels (like 5''/6'') now.

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