The prize of being a beauty

21 Nov

We all have seen X-Ray pictures about how high heels affect the feet. This time, we take a closer look at the toes.

Pointy toe shoes were not designed for human beings, as they simply don’t have that kind of feet that would perfectly fit in there, but pointy toe shoes look just hot, so women wore them. After this era, the rounded ones did a huge comeback, but they still affect toes. I know, I know, every shoe affects the toes, the question is, how much?

I’ve recently read a very lovely blog where I’ve found this picture:

The timing couldn’t have been better, because I wanted to post a collage featuring Stacy “Ihaveamazinglegs” Keibler and Kristin Cavallari (you remember Laguna Beach, right?) as they attended the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Grand Opening on the 12th of October, 2008. On this picture, you can see these two celebrities wearing Louboutins. One of them is going to have a horrid time with her feet when she gets old, and the other should buy other shoes, because her feet just don’t fit in there! See it yourself:

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2 Responses to “The prize of being a beauty”

  1. Dana November 21, 2008 at 4:43 pm #

    hahaha, owwwie

  2. Nina November 22, 2008 at 6:40 am #

    LOL my feet hurt just looking at kristin. wow, she needs to re-think her shoe choices.

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