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are you mid-heeling this autumn winter?

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orangeistheonlyfruit Fri 02-Sep-16 19:01:40

I have bought a velvet pair from topshop with straps. Wearing them today they are so bloody comfortable and sturdy because of the chunky heel.

Few years ago would have thought yuk!

Anyone else mid-heeling?

123rd Fri 02-Sep-16 19:04:30

As in thicker more square heel? I always feel a bit 'dumpy' in what I'm imagining you mean. Wear with trousers or skirt?

orangeistheonlyfruit Fri 02-Sep-16 19:08:52

Yes those are the type!

I am wearing mine with cropped skinny jeans

They look good with dresses and skirts too (so far anyway...)

123rd Fri 02-Sep-16 19:09:35

Oh, yes. They do look nice. And a bit edgy too

olderthanyouthink Fri 02-Sep-16 19:11:16

I've been toying with the idea of mid heels with a thin or cone type heel but I can't get on board with the thick square heels. They seem awkward to me.

orangeistheonlyfruit Fri 02-Sep-16 19:20:01

Thanks 123

think I always though so too. I tried some flare heels on and just thought they were too ugly!

Floisme Fri 02-Sep-16 19:33:42

I never normally wear heels but I quite like the look of those chunky, square ones. Apart from their obvious practical advantages, they look more modern.

orangeistheonlyfruit Fri 02-Sep-16 20:17:14

floisme yes that's what I thought. I feel the shoes update my other outfits, and - so far - I haven't found anything they don't go with! Win! smile

herecomesthsun Fri 02-Sep-16 20:43:20

What are the practical disadvantages? Block heels are a lot more comfortable.

I can see practical disadvantages in having velvet shoes though. Love the idea but ahem would not suit my lifestyle.

J0kersSmile Fri 02-Sep-16 20:44:55

I like those!

ifipop Fri 02-Sep-16 20:50:54

Love these! I might have to invest after payday

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