So, talking about the new social media gossip. The one and only Meghan, ‘The Duchess of Sussex’. Whenever she steps out in public, she becomes the center of attention. You know why? Because everyone observes every single element she is carrying, from her dazzling outfits and bags to fascinated British dignities.
One of her style element has only newly been observed. She mostly wears heels that are too big for her. Oops!
The most vivid example was in November where all through the photo shoot she was commemorating her engagement with Prince Harry, Meghan wore big beige color heels.
Moreover, this month at her foremost official meeting with the queen, she wore black pumps which undeniably looked slightly voluminous around the heel.
Why she even does that? A big question that would surely be left unanswered. Maybe it is all because she is protecting her feet.
Dr. Suzanne Levine, a podiatrist at the Institut Beauté in New York City, said, "I guess what she's doing is trying to avoid any kind of skin breakdown or blisters. I'm sure there are certain protocols where you can't sit no matter what, and (she wants) to avoid not just blisters, but actually skin breakdowns, swelling, bursitis.”
One of the prospects is that one of Meghan's feet might be vaguely larger as compared to the other and to protect her legs from swelling and inflammation, she does that.
Levine stated, "She may also have a size discrimination between both feet, that they're both not the same size, so she's going up to the larger one.”
Levine says that Meghan is well aware of going up a size to shield her feet and added that it's indeed healthier than the substitute of wearing too-small shoes that smidgens.
She added, "As a podiatrist, I would agree with her that that would be the way to go, as opposed to wearing shoes that just fit her and maybe feel a little too tight in some areas."
But wearing an oversized shoe is not something in general suggested by Levine.
Furthermore, she said, "I think this seems a little bit more royal, so to speak. The majority of my patients would probably get shoes that would fit a bit more appropriately."
The human movement specialist in New York City and a podiatrist, Dr. Emily Splichal consents and states that wearing bigger shoes for protection can actually lead towards more harm.
For further testimony, she added, “Blisters happen from friction. So, if your shoe is larger than it should be, you're going to move around in the shoe more, and that creates friction. So, I would probably argue that you could potentially get more blisters from wearing shoes that are too big."
Splichal said that Meghan's potential anxiety about tenderness naturally does require her to wear distinctly bigger shoes. Feet engorge when people stand for long intervals of time but this is not advisable.
She told, "When the foot swells from standing, especially really long hours, it's not going to swell a whole shoe size.”
If you are generally concerned about engorgement, she commands you to go for half up a size the most.
In fact, Splichal says that it is not generally convenient for regular women to wear shoes much larger than their actual size.
Moreover, she said, "The average woman wears heels walking around, and not as an accessory," she said. "I just don't want it misconstrued, and then the public starts making decisions just based off of what celebrities are doing, and it does not actually translate into their reality."
Levine concurred, "It's definitely not something that an everyday person would do."
If talking about the whopping pumps it would not be sensible to go after Meghan's practices.
But Levine thinks that it’s too early for her to understand. She believes that the Duchess will get back on the track really soon.
She stated, "(Meghan) doesn't have the options that you and I have. We have an out, don't we? We can go to the ladies' room and put on a different pair of shoes. If she does that, the press will be all over her!"
"She may have to stand there for extended periods of time," Levine added. "She's not taking any chances."
Give her a break!
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