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Kids

High Heels for Little Girls: To Ban or Not to Ban?

June 16, 2010 by momfarah
shefinds | Kids


You’ve seen the images of little Suri Cruise traipsing down the streets of Paris and New York in her itty bitty heels.  I have to admit the shoes are cute, although I wouldn’t let my three-year old do the same.  But to ask for a ban on the shoes?  Nah, I’ll just choose to shop for other kid-friendly styles.

According to the Daily Mail, some mom groups like Mumsnet feel more strongly about the issue, calling for a ban on the heels that “look more suited to a lap-dancing club than the feet of a young girl.”  Yikes.  Actually, I think they look more like the dancing shoes you see on Dancing with the Stars, but what do I know?

What do you think?  Are these shoes shown below inappropriate for little girls to wear?  Would you let your girl wear them?


Regardless of your stance on the heels debate, check out the best sandals for girls for age-appropriate options.

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