How to personalize your high heels

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Image credit: Etsy
Image credit: Etsy

Getting bored by your high heels? Or do you simply want to stand out from the crowd even more? There are a few ways you can personalize your high heels.

You don’t have to be a DIY pro or a shoe designer to personalize your high heels and achieve good results. You simply have to be creative and follow your wishes.

There are quite a few options to personalize your high heels and make them look even more stunning. Remember, that it’s the little details that make the big impressions.

Here are a few ideas how to personalize your high heels

There are countless ways in which you can decorate your high heels. It all depends on your tastes really.

Take for example this ankle chain from Etsy. They are similar to ankle bracelets but have extra chains that drape down from your ankle on top of your high heels. With this you can turn even a formal looking shoe into a party-ready sparkling footwear.

Not really into chains or the whole Rock & Roll, slash Domina look? How about something more girly then? Like shoeclips? They come in all kinds of styles, mostly bows and jewels. You can clip them on on any shoe and change the look completely.

You want to leave an even lasting impression when people turn around after you’ve passed them by? Try Arch Tags. They are decals that you can attatch to the sole of the outside arch of the shoe. There are countless of options you can choose from, depeinding on your taste.

You wear rings on your fingers, so how about rings for your heels? They are elastic so they will grip the heels nicely and won’t fall off. It is a set of a total six rings which you can place as you see fit.

Feeling braver? Here is how you can add red soles to you heels if you don’t have the budget for Louboutins.

Of course there are also lots of other ways to personalize your high heels. You can paint them, add glitter to them and so on. The possibilities are boundless as long as you are braive enough to give them a try.

And if you are going to try, we’d love to see your work.

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