I was poking around today just trying to find a new pair of shoe fr myself when I found this at sexyshoesexpert.com. Resource I mean real source that have High Heel Shoes for ladies with feet as small as size 3. The selection is not huge but the shoes are very stylish. So here is the post I found. Please feel free to check out the shoe sites listed.
The Sexy Shoes Expert inbox has been buzzing with emails lately. Thank you everyone for the wonderful feedback and comments. Here is a question from Sandy in St. Paul, she writes “I enjoy your website and come back a couple times a week to read your newest articles. Since you are the expert I have a question for you. I have very small feet, size 3, and I have a hard time finding high heels in my size. Any suggestions?”
First of all, thank you Sandy for your great question and allowing me to make it public.
A lot of small stature ladies find themselves in this kind of dilemma.
You finally find the perfect pair of high heels and the shoe company doesn’t produce the pair of shoes in your size.
Shoes for small feet
There are several things you can do if the shoes have closed toes and are only one to two sizes too large. One quick remedy is to stuff tissue paper in the front of the shoe to fill out the extra space. You could also wear a pair of no-show socks or Flats to Go, this will help fill in the extra space of the whole shoe. There is really not much you can do when it comes to sandals, other open toed shoes and shoes that are two or more sizes larger than your feet. If you wear shoes and boots that are way too big, you will end up wobbling around like a drunken sailor due to a lack of support. Now that is neither sexy nor fashionable.
Here are some websites I found that have a good selection of dainty sized women’s shoes at a reasonable price:
Cinderella of Boston– High heeled shoes, sandals and boots in sizes 2 – 5 ½ (1 – 3 ½ UK, 31 ½ – 35 Euro).
Dainty Feet.com – company is based in England and exclusively stocks women’s shoes sizes 3 – 5 (1 – 3 UK, 32.5 – 34 Euro).
Pretty Small Shoes – Petite shoes in small shoe sizes 2 – 5 (13 – 3 UK, 32 – 35 Euro), also based in England.
Petite sexy shoes
If you are willing to spend the extra money, here is a great custom made shoes website:
Shoes of Prey – hand made beautiful small shoes for women with small feet, designed by you. Starting at size 2 ½ (12 ½ UK child, 31 Euro, 20 Japan).
Keep in mind, if you are a size 2 you can’t possibly wear a high heel, anything over 3 ½”. There just isn’t enough foot to walk on. Most of us are not professional ballerinas, and walking on the tip of your toes is very difficult and painful.
Anyone who has ever pounded the pavement in strappy sandals knows that, by dusk, your soles are the color of the asphalt you’ve been strolling. We won’t even get into the “tan line” of grime around your ankle strap.
After finding out what your feet have picked up — a seriously unappetizing stew of germs — you may be ready to ditch your Havaianas for a pair of knee-high boots.
“When walking on the street in something like a flip-flop, you are exposing your foot to vomitus, human waste, dog feces, sputum expectorated by people — some of whom may have microbacteria — and a wide variety of other things like food or liquids that have been brewing in the hot sun,” says Philip Tierno, Ph.D., director of clinical microbiology and immunology at New York University Langone Medical Center and author of “Secret Life of Germs.”
The kind of cooties you find on city streets, he says, include norovirus (that scourge of cruise ship passengers), staph aureus, types of strep, E. coli and drug-resistant superbugs like Pseudomonas, Klebsiella pneumonia and MRSA. “The summer heat,” he adds, “acts like an incubator.”
If your feet have cuts or open blisters, you may unknowingly be laying out a welcome mat to the viruses and bacteria stuck to the street. But even if you’re abrasion-free, you can transfer all of that nasty stuff the moment you handle your flip-flops when you slip them off or drop them in your bag to change into heels.
Explains Tierno, “You’re exposed to something even worse — these organisms on your hands.” According to Dr. Tierno, 80 percent of all infectious diseases are transmitted by direct or indirect touching — kissing or picking up a dirty shoe — then touching your eyes, nose or mouth
But before you reserve a spot in the nearest plastic bubble, there is good news. “Your skin is built to protect you from getting infected by its very nature,” says Jeannette Graf, M.D., assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan. The dead skin layer known as the stratum corneum is thickest on the hands and feet and is considered your body’s first line of defense. “Our skin makes antimicrobial peptides that fight against bacteria and viruses and lots of different pathogens,” explains Dr. Graf.
And there are several steps you can take to prevent your tootsies from transferring germs to your hands. Shoe designer Matt Bernson, whose creations are worn by actress Amanda Seyfried and model Gisele Bündchen, has a suggestion for the legions of women who swap out their shoes when they arrive at work or home: “Carry your shoes in a shoe bag when they are in your purse.”
To banish germs, use good old-fashioned soap and water. “You want to wash your feet when you get home,” says Dr. Graf. Or in a pinch, apply an antibacterial hand sanitizer on your feet, she suggests. Also, park a pair of slippers by the front door. “In general, it’s not a good idea to come into your home with dirty shoes that have walked on every known substance and schmear it all over your house,” says Tierno.
You can help keep your skin’s protective barrier in peak condition by exfoliating dead skin cells and slathering on moisturizer, says Dr. Graf. Gently smooth rough spots and calluses with a foot file or pumice stone, such as Sally Hansen’s Prep your Pedi Foot File or Pumice Foot Polish — not with one of those callus razors, says Ji Baek, founder of RescueBeauty.com and author of Rescue Your Nails. “They’re illegal in many states,” says Baek, and they can cut your foot way too deeply. “It’s better to use a foot file and liquid soap when you get home at night.”
Or try a homemade foot soak and scrub. Donna Perillo of Manhattan’s Sweet Lily Natural Nail Spa adds warm citrus juice (grapefruit or orange) to a foot soak. “The acidity kind of eats at the grime,” she says. Follow that up with an all-natural sugar scrub, which you can make at home using granulated sugar, olive oil and your favorite essential oil. And then apply moisturizer.
Dr. Graf recommends using a lotion with skin-smoothing lactic or salicylic acid or urea before bed each night. Or you can lightly coat your feet with Vaseline petroleum jelly and then slip on cotton socks, such as Moisture Jamzz socks to protect your sheets. You’ll wake up with super-soft, germ-free feet.
By: Maria Ricapito
Courtesy of Target
Target has released the first images of its collaboration with Missoni in an unconventional way. No, not with a party or a press release, with a real blogging doll (joints, hinges and all) named “Marina”! To celebrate her debut, the company created a lengthy post on a tumblr account entitled “All The Way Up Here” which we hope will be continuously updated. While we love the brightly colored garments, we are especially excited for the Missoni for Target bike. Wouldn’t that just be perfect for getting around during fashion week?
*Editor’s note: the collection will be available on Target.com on September 15.
Jessica Alba’s feet are found in a $265 pair of sandals. Now since of don’t want and can’t want to spend that kind of money on flat sandals I hope to have found some slightly less expensive versions of the same look.
The charming little gold gem was found for $499 at bluefly.com just click through and buy.
Well you can’t wear heel and platforms all the time (or can you)!
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