Eighteen-year-old freestyle soccer star Lisa Zimouche has ultra-fancy footwork. She can do absolutely anything the boys can do, plus she can do it in heels.
A bride who is a former University of Alabama cheerleader staged an impressive, high-heeled wedding dance with her squad and the school mascot.
A lighthearted conversation between two television reporters on ABC11 WTVD Eyewitness News in North Carolina sparked an interesting conversation on the height of heels in the workplace. Co-anchor Steve Daniels was amazed at his fellow anchor Tisha Powell‘s ability to walk in such high heels and asked her to show the audience how tall they were during a “Facebook Live” segment.
You know the painful feeling—stepping out in heels only to wishing you could take them off as fast as you put them on. But why are you experiencing such discomfort? Especially if you opted for a lower, one-inch heel, rather than a six-inch? Well, we tapped ProFoot podiatrist Dr. Jackie Sutera to spill on the real reason your heels hurt—and what actually happens to your feet at every heel height. According to Dr. ...
The pants constricted the blood supply to her calf muscles and the 35-year-old collapsed. While the “fashion victim,” as she’s referred to in the paper, has made a full recovery, the author and consultant neurologist Professor Thomas Kimbe warns those who insist on still wearing the slim style should learn a lesson from this incident and make sure to stand up and walk around if their legs get tingly. But a single horror story won’t impact the style’s staying power in fashion.