3 Ways to Glam Up Without Heels | Thriftanista in the City


3 Ways to Glam Up Without Heels

I don't feel like I'm "killing it" in a dress unless I'm wearing heels. A high heeled pump make stumpy legs look longer and leaner. It's more pulled together. However, I am quick to ditch my beliefs and even the hangups for the sake of practicality and comfort most of the time.

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On vacation, I like to laze about sightsee and do touristy things . If I'm worrying about baby toe squish pain, I can't focus on my new surroundings. Also, I am not that mom that can run around all day in heels. My feet are temperamental and so are preschoolers. I may be required to carry the babes at anytime. It would be like weightlifting in heels. I do not have that kind of stamina or balance. Likely to tip right over.

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3 Ways to Glam Up Without Heels

Bold accessories

Since I ditched the heels or whether left them at home , I glam'd up my look with my big old orange sunhat. One of the greatest things about cutting my hair is now I can wear hats. I lugged it all the way here because I was so frantic about how great it fits on my head now.

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Leg show

I wore a short dress that gives the illusion of longer legs. I don't like to bash them because having legs is awesome and that automatically makes them beautiful but...my legs are quite stumpy. I like to elongate them and raising the hemline does the trick.

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Nail Art

Nail polish is an inexpensive glam trick. Fresh paint provides a nice focal point. I recommend nail stickers for traveling. They're compact and no risk of bottle breaking in your luggage. My nail polish gave up after day one of traveling. I picked up these colorful tribal nail stickers during a Walmart run since I was also buying nail polish remover pads.

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How do you glam up on vacation?

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