The idea of crazy heels means different things to different people, and especially depending on the situation. For instance, the idea of crazy heels may strike a young man as something sexy or something desirable. For those in the fashion industry, crazy heels may mean heels that are extremely high or oddly shaped or made out of unusual materials. For a woman, crazy heels may mean heels that are difficult for her as an individual to walk in–every woman has had the experience of that pair of heels she absolutely loved and had to own, but couldn’t wear due to discomfort. Therefore, crazy heels can mean different things according to who is doing the thinking and where they are being asked–for example, a young man doesn’t want to say what he really thinks about sexy crazy heels in front of his mother or grandmother or girlfriend.
Crazy heels come in many different forms. One only needs to search embarrassing videos on online video sites to find video after video of models on the runway, wearing nontraditional heels, falling to the ground. Crazy heels may be heels that are impossible to walk in. For instance, some designers are known for propping their models up on heels that feature 8 inch or more high platform bottoms, making the models appear a foot taller than they are naturally. Crazy heels may also be made out on unusual materials or shaped oddly or backward. The basic shape that forms to the bottom of the foot is versatile and can be featured in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, textures, etcetera.
Crazy heels can also be kinky heels. Some men enjoy wearing heels, with varying degrees of kink. Crazy heels can come in so many shapes and forms that many men who engage in dressing in drag utilize crazy heels or kinky heels as part of their outfit, the process of putting them on and also the image the heels project to the world help the man feel his inner femininity radiate from inside out.
Every woman has at one point owned a pair of crazy heels. Heels are considered such a feminine object in our modern culture that almost every woman owns at least one pair of heels. Often older women will have realized that crazy heels can often be uncomfortable to wear, and will opt for sensible heels, but this is often only after a process in which many years of discomfort in crazy heels takes place. For instance, a woman in her early 50’s will have spent most of her teenage years, 20’s, and maybe into her 30’s, wearing varying degrees of crazy heels. After a process of elimination, this wiser woman will know that crazy heels are not always the way to go, but that a sensible option can be more conducive to human life.