Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for KiiX, but all opinions are 100% my own.
The problem with wearing my heels to work is that there is lots of stuff I have to do BEFORE I actually get there. I drop my kids off at two separate schools, sometimes I run errands before or after work, not to mention running around the newsroom during the day. So my heels take a beating. And nothing annoys me more than ruining a cute pair of shoes cause I wore them to work.
I have the most adorable pair of Guess flower printed pointy toe pumps. To say I love these shoes would be an serious understatement. As someone who hates flower prints and colors in general, these shoes are a MAJOR departure for me, but as soon as I saw them I was obsessed. I always get tons of compliments when I wear them and they go with everything. So I decided to wear them to work. And at some point during the day the heel got banged up. It could have been when I was putting my kids in their car seats, or running into an edit bay, or food shopping on my way home. It doesn’t matter. I will obviously still rock these heels, but it is just annoying.
So when the makers of KiiX high heel protectors contacted me, I was like YES! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE! Basically, it’s a clear sticker that protects your heels from scuffs and tears. It is simple and genius at the same time.
|How cute are these?|
Thankfully, Just for Kiix are easy to apply. The first heel I put it on I got a few air bubbles, but it was easy to smooth out. By the second heel I was a pro! I have been wearing these heels out and about and so far, they still look fantastic! The adhesive has not budged. There has been no peeling around the edges, even after my heels got wet a few times. (Thank you, South Florida rain)
I plan to use these on all my new fall heels, since you can’t see them at all, and I really feel like they protect the heels. I just wish I would have known about these sooner, so I could have saved my beloved flower power shoes!
|(Baby girl didn’t like being left out of this photo shoot!)|
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