When you're trying to look good in skinny jeans, high-heeled shoes are your best friend. They do more than just make you look taller; they also help make your ankles appear thinner, and your calves look more sculpted. One big problem with skinny jeans is that they don't hide much. If you spend all your time at the gym, this is probably great news. If, however, you prefer quality time at the bakery, the body parts you aren't so fond of will be front and center. This includes your backside, hips, thighs, calves, ankles - - just about anything from the waist down.
You can create a longer, straighter and more attractive profile by wearing a high-heeled shoe. It doesn't seem as if a higher heal would make that much difference, but it does. It increases the molded look of your legs and raises your derriere somewhat. It helps improve your posture, too. High heels will also make a slightly dressier statement than a pair of athletic shoes or ballet flats. All these refinements are noticeable in skinny jeans.
The shape and style of the heel you choose is important too. A streamlined shape works best. A bulky shoe tacked onto a severely tapered jean can make your feet look huge. Think circus clown, and you've got the idea. From behind, an exaggerated stiletto heal will also tend to emphasize wide hips or heavy thighs.
One popular look pairs a pointy toe with a medium heel. It's a slimming option that complements almost any figure. Where color and pattern are concerned, keeping your choices neutral will make your legs look longer. If you already have long legs though, skinny jeans are an amazing vehicle for showcasing your high-heeled shoe collection. Whether you like your shoes in bold colors or pastels, a pair of heels will look like jewelry on your feet.