|What Are The Most Comfortable Pair Of Christian Louboutin Heels That Are Easiest To Walk In?|
If it's your first time purchasing a pair of Louboutin, I recommend going for something very classic, so you can wear them with just about anything. That of course begs the question, if you're going to get a pair of Christian Louboutin classic heels, what is the most comfortable and easiest style to wear?
First and formost, be aware that Louboutins, (almost identically like Jimmy Choos, and very often other european brands) run narrow, so its a good idea to size up.
Also keep in mind that it depends heavily on the arch and form of your foot. I have bunions, and a very high (collapsed) arch. Since my foot is wide and high, I generally need arch support, and a good shoe stretching combined with a larger size (41-42 EURO here). Take a look at your foot in relation to the shoe, and see what adjustments you may need to make.
Mr Louboutin even admitted his designers at or over 160mm are menat to be short-worn, not for walking, moreover special events.
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Generally, CL shoes with a slight platform (like the Very Prive and Vee) Will be more comfortable than those with a flat-bottom.
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In addition, if you have a large foot, a sandal or peep toe will be easier to bear than a tighter, closed toe style. Also, keep in mind wedges have more surface area to stand on, which is easier, and less cumbersome than walking on a stiletto heel.
For wider feet, the Clichy and Declic are two of the safer bets. The cut is slightly wider, and in combination with a 1/2 size up its more bearable.