How to Measure High Heel Shoes Height?

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Heel heights keep getting especially with platforms now. To determine how high a heel, sit the shoe on a flat surface and measure from the point where the heel meets the curved back of the shoe down to the surface.
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How to Measure High Heel Shoes Height
For many women, high heels are a wardrobe staple. They come in a variety of styles, types and heights. Stiletto, pump and kitten are all types of high-heeled shoes. Although many women own a variety of different heels, they do not always know the height... More »
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To measure the size of the heel on a high heel shoe you want to get a tape measure and measure from the part where the shoe touches the ground to the seam where the heel meets the bottom of the shoe.
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1. Set the shoe on a flat, even surface. 2. Measure the back of the heel from the point where it connects to the shoe, called the seam, to the bottom of the heel ...
1. Set the shoe on a flat, even surface. 2. Measure the back of the heel from the point where it connects to the shoe, called the seam, to the bottom of the heel ...
1. Set the shoe on a flat, even surface. 2. Measure the back of the heel from the point where it connects to the shoe, called the seam, to the bottom of the heel ...
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