Ok, first – This post was never planned! Wearing heels at the beach neither. It was the end of a long day where lounging in the sands and cold water teasing were in order (By the way, Old Orchard beach is amaze!). Anyway, we were prepping my sister-in-law and I to go out when she suggested we start with a walk at the beach. Since I already had my sandals on, the rest of family were all questioning my ability to walk in the sand, with them. And frankly, I did consider a shoe change but with everyone teasing me and being all sceptical – I couldn’t resist but accept the challenge. Surprisingly, it was easier to win than expected. They didn’t go that deep in the sand, and I was able to walk in the water. It was as comfortable as if I was barefoot (and nop, I’m not exaggerating). Which leaves the whole social experiment to this:
- Yes, High Heels work in the sand.
- But make sure the material is waterproof and solid, you don’t want to ruin them.
- Make sure they’re super comfy. If you can run after your morning bus with them on, you can also walk in the sand.
- Ignore the looks and the smurfs in people’s face. They’re not you; You’re better.