As every girl who frequents nightclubs knows, dressing the part is a crucial aspect of nightclub life. In dressing the part, the right shoes are essential, namely high heels. These are not your grandma's heels, your work heels, church heels or kitten heels, but sky-high stilettos, in which you may teeter, totter, and occasionally yelp in pain and wake to find blisters formed on your toes and ankle backs. However, wearing heels does not have to be this painful, and can even be a fun experience. If you can find the right pair, you can even do just what you came to the club to do, in the words of Lady Gaga: Just Dance.
The most important thing you can do for yourself is make sure the shoes you are wearing are the right size; there is no surer way to get blisters than by wearing shoes that are too small or too big. Don't buy a pair of shoes that pinch just because they're on sale, look good, or are the last pair in that style. They are not worth it. Try on shoes in stores and make sure to walk around and be honest with yourself about their fit.
Additionally, don't be afraid to invest. Buying cheap shoes will only lead to foot pain, because the cheapest shoes often have the worst construction and are made of subpar materials. Invset in a nice pair and get them outfitted by an experienced cobbler with sole protectors and heel caps to make them last.
With these tips in mind, go ahead and look for shoes, and maybe set your eye on a pair like the gorgeous Markesling shoes from Christian Louboutin. Even if you cannot afford them yet, they can serve as a model of what to look for in slightly less expensive (but not cheap!) shoes.