Bani Roy in Social Media, Healthy Living, Sales Teacher Jun 30, 2020 · 1 min read · 1.3K

Engineered Comfortable High Heels?



Engineered Comfortable High Heels?

Engineered Comfortable High Heels?




High heels have been around since the 17th century. First worn by upper class men in France. Later on, high heels became a staple for modern women, and are today seen as an attractive accessory most women own.

The biggest issue that every woman who wears heels knows about is that high heels are very uncomfortable. And maybe that's why many women shy away from wearing them, because as much as she would like to it's hard to last more than a few hours in them. I've heard people say high heels are only sexy BECAUSE they're uncomfortable. But do people really enjoy others in pain? And even if that were true, why should women today accept to be in pain for the pleasure of others?

High heels make a woman's posture seem more attractive, it makes the back arch slightly, causing the best parts of a woman to stick out. It will make her legs appear longer, and causes her to walk around in a feminine and dainty way, similar to ballet. It can be empowering for a woman, sending out an image that she is confident.




This might be obvious, but several studies have shown that men find women smiling more attractive than when they're not. But how can someone smile when they're in pain? Being uncomfortable is not sexy. And generally people don't find it sexy when a women is squirming in their heels and complaining about her feet hurting.




There are ways to make heels more comfortable. You can go to the pharmacy and pay 15$ to add an insole. You can put bandaids all over your feet where the hard and rough lining of the heels cause blisters. OR you could just buy a pair of Bouti's.

Bouti Comfortable High Heels has come up with a luxurious solution which took years to perfect, creating prototype after prototype in order to create the perfect heels.

Stay tuned for Bouti Comfortable High Heels, I have a hunch they will change the way modern women wear heels.