Halloween is fast approaching!
While I'm busy sneaking a few too many pieces of Halloween candy, most are busy putting the finishing touches on Halloween costumes.
If you're dressing up and heading out this All Hallows' Eve, here are a few quick tips on how to prevent high heel pain.
Stretching and strengthening your feet is one of the best ways to prevent high heel pain. Some of our favorite exercises are here.
While out, stand with your shoulders back and abdominals in to help you feel lighter on your feet.
Keep your body weight evenly distributed over the shoe. Be mindful to shift weight off the forefoot to the heel. Consider using Vivian Lou Insolia Weight-Shifting insolesto help. Ideal for any style and type of shoe with a 1 inch heel rise or higher.
And if at any time you experience pain while out and about, try some tape. Some say taping the third and fourth toes together helps reduce the pressure on the nerve and alleviates some of the pain.
Here's to a happy, healthy, high-heeled Halloween!