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    Default Do you/would you ever wear heels when running errands?

    Ah hell no! But I'm a tad clumsy and only wear heels on rare occasions.

    I think they look great & I take my hat off to those who enjoy rocking a heel for shopping, they're just not for me.

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    Absolutely!! I wear them all the time. My only flats are my running shoes and 2 pairs of sandals. The rest of my shoes are heels. I must say wedges are particularly comfortable

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I don't even own heels
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    Default Re: Do you/would you ever wear heels when running errands?

    I used to wear them for work, but definitely not anywhere else.

    I walk clumsily in them, plus they're bad for your feet, particularly mine as I wear orthodics.

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    Default Do you/would you ever wear heels when running errands?

    Definitely not playground - cant help a 2yr while preg in heels on play equipment ! I'm too practical

    Shops maybe if I'm on the way somewhere like to/from work or a party

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    I haven't worn heals much at all since DS was born nearly 6 years ago. I used to wear them every day for work though. I once pushed the pram in heals after work one day (I worked on Saturdays for a while) and it felt seriously WEIRD pushing the pram with heals on!!

    If I see a woman dressed up wearing heals with a child, I sort of assume she may be on her way home from work or something, so don't think much of it. Certainly wouldn't judge as I don't know her situation!


 

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