Go ahead and buy the Dean's favorite jeans and high heels, but you may not want to take her latest advice. According to The Sun, Meghan Markle purposely wears big shoes. But experts say it may not be safe for them. Here's everything you need to know before you think about trying the trend for yourself.
Markle, if you read this, stop wearing shoes that are too big for you.
Now that's out of the way, let's get you up to date. Markle purposely wears shoes that are too big for her, so she does not get blisters or bales, according to recent hustle and bustle reports. Unfortunately, Dr. Miguel Cunha, founder of Gotham Footcare and a leading podiatrist in New York, Bustle, says it's not so true.
"I do not recommend wearing shoes that are too big feet to support our body." Cunha, tells Treiben. "Shoes that are too big mean that you can dysfunctionally adjust the mismatched size and cause foot problems."
These foot problems are much bigger than just a few blisters.
Dr. Cunha tells Bustle that Markle could give herself bubbles and bales from wearing to big shoes. She may also have more foot problems, such as toothache, neuroma and Achilles tendonitis. Not to mention the danger of physical stumbling blocks from badly fitting shoes.
"Too big a heel can cause as many problems as a too small heel," says Dr. Cunha. "Heels that are too large can also cause friction, which can cause painful blisters, cornification, and corns, especially on the back of the heel, as the foot slides back and forth with every step The back of the shoe against the heel can be painful and annoying, and the blisters can also inflame causing even greater complications. "
Of course, Markle has not officially said whether she purposely buys shoes or not. The Source of the Sun says it is likely that she does, but Kensington Palace has not commented on the concern of the Duchess of Sussex.
Reminder: Markle wears shoes that are too big to avoid blisters and blisters. Blisters are inevitable, my friends. Unless you are the queen.
In the midst of the hustle and bustle, Queen Elizabeth has someone in the staff pulling in her shoes. How's four shoes walking around in size so she's comfortable all day long. There are big advantages to leading a country.
"The shoes must be comfortable at once," said Stewart Parvin, who has been designing the Queen's wardrobe for over a decade, in the Evening Standard in 2017. "She gets someone to wear her. The queen can never say, 'I feel unwell, I can not walk anymore.'
Unfortunately, Markle does not have that luxury, she has to stay with bandages and comfortable shoes if she wants to avoid getting blisters. "Markle was on many red rugs, rocking one or two heels in her time, so she's probably dowping the process now.
One thing is for sure – she should overtake a size if she really does. There are just too many risks to run high. Fashion is painful, but this type of physical damage to your foot is definitely not worth it.