High heels in the desert sounds quite bizarre, but many of you have tried to walk on the desert/beach wearing your heels. This does sound very irrational behaviour. However, being stylish means that you have to be stylish in any terrain, even if it is a loose surface.
I have noticed whenever I cover high heels and the beach, people love to read about it and I assume that they are trying to get hints as to how to walk on the beach with their staggering stilettos heels. You might be asking why would people want to do this? It is because all their style is based on their heels, and those heels need to function well on the beach to maintain the coherency of their style.
So, I have found the solution. I have asked my friend Tamar Roxx (model, singer and artist) to give me some tips on how to walk in the desert with heels. Why her? She loves heels and performs in heels, and recently she did a photo shot with 6-inch (15 cm) Steve Madden heels in the middle of the desert, and I thought she would provide valuable information.
Here is her instructions when it comes to wearing heels on the beach.
“It’s almost impossible to wear heels 👠 in desert sand – I felt like Bambi on ice – I think my only strategy was walking with confidence and precision, but don’t expect clean heels by the end of it. I’m surprised I didn’t strike oil! A few assistants who didn’t mind helping me in and out of my high heels that day didn’t go amiss either! Try and centre yourself so you don’t lose balance and use the muscles in your core (stomach), legs and butt to try and keep upright!”
Long story short, you can walk on the desert or beach with heels, but you need to divert all your weight to the front of the heels. Sounds crazy but at the end of the day, you’ll be the only person who can achieve this.
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Photo credit HYS Photography (https://www.instagram.com/hys_photography/)