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Now that we’re getting used to the new found freedom, our diaries are filling up more than ever.
Suddenly we’re having to book plans with friends and family eight weeks in advance, and then of course we have to plan our outfits. One thing we haven’t gotten used to just yet is dressing up.
The dread that comes with thinking about wearing your favourite pair of heels for hours on end and having your feet feel like they’re going to fall off the next day isn’t great, especially since we’ve grown to love our comfies.
Well, we have come across a new, but questionable, style hack that will have your feet cushioned all evening. Are you willing to give it a try?
Now, stay with us whilst we explain, but all you need for this is your heels that you’re going to be wearing and… a sanitary towel – well, we told you it was a questionable hack.
To start you simply open up the pad so it’s stretched out, and then you can probably guess what the next instruction is, but pop the towel into the shoe making sure to use the sides to secure in place.
Another tip is to make sure you have put enough of it into the footwell of the heel so that your whole foot can feel the benefits.
We came across the nifty hack whilst scrolling through TikTok and user Jo Burton Read (@joburtonread ) posted the clever video, demonstrating the trick to her 8500 followers.
Over 4500 people were quick to comment with one saying: “Why have I never thought of this?”
Another followed with: “Oh my word…Thank you so much. I’m definitely trying this.”
A third said: “That is GENIUS! Absorbs sweat too so I bet blisters aren’t a huge issue.”
We know that this might not be the chicest of looks when going out for cocktails with the girls, but who is going to see when your foot is in the shoe?
Just be careful when you take your foot out that the pad doesn’t come with it as no one needs an embarrassing, “what’s that in your shoe?” moment.
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