What your high heels say about you

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What your high heels say about youA lot of women love high heels and that’s no surprise. Some even know that heels can tell a lot about your personality. Here’s what your shoes say about you.

Forbes has made quite a detailed guide about what the various types of high heels say about you. Needless to say, a pair of glamorous high heels always sends a message, but there is a difference from high heel to high heel.

For example a pair of platform high heels with sparkling jewels on them, like the Christian Louboutin Daffodile, says you love parties and at the same time you are all about high class. The Poppy X Aquazzura By Poppy Delevingne on the other hand say you are stylish and a dreamer.

The Dior Dioressence Pumps reveal that you are elegant, confident, sophisticated. You like to pay attention to details.

The Dior Patent Calfskin Thigh High Boots With Translucent Heel on the other hands reveal that you are far from shy. You are confident, know what you want and how to get it while being as glamorous as possible.

If you like the Giuseppe Zanotti Diva high heels, then you like to be the center of attention with a bit of an attitude. You also like the Italian charm and passion.

Fans of the Aquazzura Wild Thing are subtle, yet sexy. You like to look good and make sure the person you want to notice will indeed notice. Plus you are quite fun.

Ladies who like Gianvito Rossi Metallic Ankle Strap Heels on the other hand prefer the simple, but effective things. Effortless elegance that makes you look like a million bucks is what you like. Plus you are not afraid of being a little daring from time to time.

Ladies rocking the Chanel Satin Pump With Perforated Heel don’t follow trends. You march to your own drum.

Does all of this makes some sort of sense? Do you agree that high heels reveal your character? And do they reveal the right things? There is more shoes and details on Forbes’ original post.

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