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Help!!!!! am going to a wedding in 2 hours, just put my new high heel open toe shoe on and am sliding out of them already, ANY TIPS please

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Found 29th Aug 2009
am walking like am a child in my mums shoes, they were fine when i bought them in the shop, but then again your not really walking in them are you, is there a quick fix ?
thanks in advanced

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if you have sticking plaster (especially the non waterproof fabric) put strips in the back of the heel its quite coarse so will hold your heel

Try putting plasters on the insoles under your heel . the rough plasters. not the waterproof ones this gives your foot a better grip

octobergirl;6152214

if you have sticking plaster (especially the non waterproof fabric) put … if you have sticking plaster (especially the non waterproof fabric) put strips in the back of the heel its quite coarse so will hold your heel



must work if we both agree:-D

Yes send someone out to Boots now you need heel grippers. Maybe a local chemist might have them.

1. Go bare foot'd
2. Try another pair on
3. Ring some GOOD friends to see if they have any
4. Go buy some others if this wedding means alot
5. FORGET it and don't go

ps i'm a guy only thing i could think of! sorry!

Original Poster

Trust a man to say that, never thought of heel grips daft that i am, am was thinking of something like under the ball of my feet to stop it sliding, right off to get heel grips thanks

tinktink;6152242

Trust a man to say that, never thought of heel grips daft that i am, am … Trust a man to say that, never thought of heel grips daft that i am, am was thinking of something like under the ball of my feet to stop it sliding, right off to get heel grips thanks



Have you tried velcro? or superglue? :thumbsup:

a dab of superglue!!!:)

you beat me to it.

Tip - remember to try new shoes on, the day before attending wedding .......... :thumbsup:

two weekends ago i got married ... i used some cotton wool swabs and a heel plaster but keep changing the swabs when they are hard. bring a pair of slip on sandals (decent ones) esp if your dress is long and you're sitting at the table.

kippy;6152310

two weekends ago i got married ... i used some cotton wool swabs and a … two weekends ago i got married ... i used some cotton wool swabs and a heel plaster but keep changing the swabs when they are hard. bring a pair of slip on sandals (decent ones) esp if your dress is long and you're sitting at the table.



kippy - didnt know you got married two weeks ago - congratulations - hope you had a lovely day:thumbsup:

thanks octobergirl - just passing on useful tips lol. mine was a closed toe though.

[COLOR="SeaGreen"]bet she's at the reception now with her shoes off an under the table ;D[/COLOR]

not if she opted for the superglue suggestion

in which case she might be glued to her seat ...
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