Maybe it’s because the heel is named after a dagger. Or perhaps it’s because the most popular styles give wearers a boost of three or four inches. Either way, stiletto heels convey a femme fatale authority: shapely yet dangerous. The thin-heeled style dates from the 1800s, though the stiletto specifically, characterized by its supporting metal shaft, was not established until the 1950s. Today, we often associate these heels with the Carrie Bradshaws of the world—women who refuse to concede style at the hands of a busy lifestyle.
better try a nice handbag - in tan?
Ridiculous. I wonder how many women hobble themselves this way in an attempt to live up to main stream media's constant sexualization. They must be miserable.
If I wore those heels to work, NO ONE would take me seriously. The only people that wear those to work are the secretaries and assistants... no one in managerial positions.
Stiletto Heels in this class of garments is ridiculous.
That style of footwear on professional women worn in the workplace demeans them and will cause them to not be taken seriously.
You can say that's not fair but it is the truth.
Brilliant Women are genuises at dressing powerful without looking like they are going to a club in the next five minutes.
Sometimes,if it ain't all out there it's more appealing.
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