Recent Examples of high heels from the Web
Above, a butterfly high heel designed by Laurent Kurz.
Salarywomen in dark suits, their high heels lined up in a row, their plastic cups soundlessly tapping in long, laughing toasts.
North Korea’s Moranbong Band, often said to be Mr. Kim’s favorite girl group, has performed in short skirts and high heels, featuring theme songs from Hollywood films.
Speaking of royals, DJ-model Sita Abellan headed to a hangout of former kings and emperors, Rome, and wore quite the outfit: a lime green mini skirt and matching jacket, tight, and high heels.
From running shorts to tutus, racerback tanks to bunny costumes and tennis shoes to high heels, the Easter weekend tradition continued as runners competed in the prestigious 10k road race for the coveted posters given to the top 500 competitors.
Mary Plumb, the recreation area’s public information officer, recently saw a woman set out in a pair of open-toed high heels.
Perhaps her next beauty move could be turning her eyebrows into miniature high heels or fish tails?
Who among us, after all, hasn’t cut a once-promising evening short thanks to a pair of lovely to behold but terrible to wear high heels?
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First Known Use of high heels
HIGH HEELS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of high heels for English Language Learners
: women's shoes that have tall heels
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