An outdoor wedding can be absolutely beautiful, but dressing for one can be tricky. Is a bare sundress proper, because it is July and 90 degrees in the shade? Are hats appropriate, since the sun will be at its zenith? And of course, what on earth do I do about my high heels in the grass?!
Now, at least one question can be answered definitively. New Solemates High Heelers offer the ultimate solution to wearing high heels in the grass, without sinking into the earth and ruining your favorite pair of shoes!
Solemates High Heelers protect heels, are discreet, and easy to use. Simply slip on most stiletto or kitten heels. The patented design fits on most shoes and won’t cause damage attaching or removing. The flexible material grips securely and gives you increased support at the base of the heel for wobble-free walking on most surfaces. But most importantly, Solemates High Heelers won’t compromise the look of those gorgeous shoes.
In addition to coping with grass, Solemates High Heelers will also help you avoid getting stuck in pavement cracks, decking, or sidewalk grates.
“The Classic” size fits most high heels, but there are also narrow and wide sizes available, depending on your specific heel. (Narrow would fit only the thinnest stilettos.)
Solemates High Heelers are also available in four colors including clear, silver, black and gold. Retail $9.95 per pair.
Solemates High Heelers are sold everywhere! To find a retail location near you, visit the Solemates Retail Store Locator or shop online at Solemates.
Your guide to a life filled with STYLE! Susan Conforte McNeill is a wife, mother, author, entrepreneur, Harper’s BAZAAR Style Ambassador, and the co-founder of the literacy organization Success Won’t Wait! In addition to Susan Said… WHAT?! Susan also writes for It’s how you play the game! the corporate website of the award-winning You’ve been Sentenced! word game.
DISCLAIMER: I received a pair of Solemates High Heelers in order to fully evaluate the product. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I believe to be good for my readers.
PHOTO: Used with permission by Solemates.