How does it fit? Shoefitr, now from Heels.com

Ordering items like shoes and clothes online can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to fit. Sizes vary across both styles and brands and I have found myself ordering several sizes of one item only to return most of them.

In comes the new Shoefitr feature at Heels.com. Now it’s much easier to find your fit and see whether your favorite style is true to size. No one wants to end up with blisters after strutting your stuff in a new pair of stilettos, so bypass the pain and check out Shoefitr on heels.com today.

Shoefitr at Heels.com

Using Shoefitr is simple, just click on your favorite style (available on select styles now, including the Temdy, Kamen, Mirage, Oniradien and more!)

Shoefitr at Heels.com

If you see the “Show Me How It Fits” button, then Shoefitr has been engaged! Simply click that button…

Shoefitr at Heels.com

Choose the size you typically wear.

Shoefitr at Heels.com

Indicate whether you sometimes choose a smaller or larger size.

Shoefitr at Heels.com

Shoefitr analyzes your size and displays how the shoe will fit, including any tight spots!

Shoefitr at Heels.com

Shoefitr at Heels.com

That’s it! Easy peasy! Check out Shoefitr today on select styles at heels.com and let us know what you think.

6 High Heel Facts: an Infographic from Heels.com

 

 

 

Hey high heel lovers!

For some reason, I really love infographics! If you’ve never heard of an infographic, you’ve probably seen one before. They are all over Pinterest and blogs nowadays. In case you don’t know what they are, infographics are visual aids that provide a fun and quick way to learn about any topic, with out heavy reading. If you happen to be a “pin head” (Pinterest-crazed person) like myself, than you have definitely seen one of these. {By the way, make sure you’re following us on Pinterest for more behind the scenes, deals, and contests!}

Anyway, I decided to make my own infographic about our favorite topic: high heels! I’m not a graphic designer… I just made this on Polyvore, but I’m happy with it! Also, I found some really entertaining facts about high heels to share with you! Without further ado:

6 High Heel Facts: an Infographic from Heels.com

 

6 High Heel Facts (without the pretty infographic):

1. U.S. women on average own 17 pairs of shoes.

2. High heels were first worn by men and were considered at status symbol among the European aristocracy in the 1600′s.

3. Women are on average taller and bigger than they were 60 years ago. In the 1950′s, the average women’s shoe size was 5.5. Today, the average women’s shoe size in the U.S. is 8.5!

4. French designer Roger Vivier is credited with inventing the first stiletto in 1954.

5. On average, women begin wearing high heels at the age of 12 and continue until the age of 63.

6. Women spend an average time of 40 hours and 30 minutes shoe shopping each year.

If you like this high heels infographic, pin it or share it to your blog! Are you surprised by any of these facts? Do you know of any other crazy facts about high heels? Share in the comments below, and don’t forget to show us some love on Facebook! xoxo