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New York in heels

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 5 November, 2014

Hi lovers! I have a problem with my heels which makes it more comfortable for me to walk in heels. My naprapath has actually told me: wear heels! This has never before happened to me, in fact, it feels like a joke. I'm embracing it though – it really hurts less than wearing flat sneakers – and I've been doing a lot of New York in these boots from Acne. I must say they're perfectly fine to walk around in, but the quality of the leather and zippers and sole: very bad. Sorry to say it but with this particular shoe, Acne hasn't gotten it right.

Hi lovers! I have a problem with my heels which makes it more comfortable for me to walk in heels. My naprapath has actually told me: wear heels! This has never before happened to me, in fact, it feels like a joke. I’m embracing it though – it really hurts less than wearing flat sneakers – and I’ve been doing a lot of New York in these boots from Acne. I must say they’re perfectly fine to walk around in, but the quality of the leather and zippers and sole: very bad. Sorry to say it but with this particular shoe, Acne hasn’t gotten it right.


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