How to Wear Red High Heels by Engineering In Heels 👠

Brian Atwood FM 130mm

As the world of emojis is becoming more and more ingrained in our daily lives, one – the red high heels emoji – has captured my attention. As I have had shoe designer clients in the past, I would like to focus on this emoji and give some examples of how to get the best from your red high heels in real life!

For this post, I took some inspiration from Engineering in Heels’ photo collection. She has two pairs of red high-heeled pumps; Jimmy Anouk 120mm and Brian Atwood 130mm heels. The Brian Atwood pumps are limited editions and are hard to find.

Here are some examples of how to get the most out of your red high heeled pumps! Let’s start with the measurement – it’s always a good idea to measure the height of your heels. What manufacturers and sellers claim on their website might be different from the actual height. If they’re taller, that’s a great deal!

You can wear red pumps when you’re upside-down next to a Christmas tree. You can wear them to load your VW Golf GTI on a winter’s day. You can combine them with a red coat. They’re ideal for cross-legged sitting. Admittedly it might not be a great idea to wear them in the rain. They’re excellent for climbing stairs. If you want, they can be subtle. Last but not least, just combine them with a casual outfit and walk around your home.

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Brian Atwood FM 130mm

Jimmy Choo Anouk

Jimmy Choo Anouk

Jimmy Choo Anouk

Jimmy Choo Anouk

Jimmy Choo Anouk

Jimmy Choo Anouk

Brian Atwood FM 130mm

Brian Atwood FM 130mm

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