Still Clonking Around In Your Heels? Take Advice From Someone Who Walks For A Living

April 7, 2009 by SheFindsErin
shefinds | Style

Sure, those pencil-thin models make it look effortless on the runway, but did you know there's an actual science to that swanky swagger? In a mini- tutorial on, runway coach Anastassia K outlines the four moves we need to master when wearing heels – on the runway or elsewhere.


She focuses on hip, neck, toe and arm movement, and offers up quick exercises targeting each key point. The video had me racing to find the longest "catwalk" in my apartment so I could start practicing (and I'll watch the clip again for the footage of klutzy models eating some serious runway.)

Need even more tips for handling towering stilettos? SheFinds uncovered videos that teach you how to cut out clomping —and actually feel comfortable walking in heels like the sky-high ones below.

And shop our guide to the hottest spring shoes for under $100.


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