In fact, it's over taking sales of high heels! Sales of heels dropped by 12% last year, while women's sneakers rose by 37%. Click the link below to read more and hear from women who have ditched heels for good!
Sales of high heels dropped 12 percent last year, while sales of women’s sneakers rose 37 percent to $2.3 billion, according to the NPD Group’s retail tracking service. https://t.co/rAKsVL9URe— H. Pinnock Dadag (@HeatherPinnock) March 9, 2018
Personally, I've never been huge on wearing heels because I'm super tall and a wuss and they hurt too bad...but I will still suffer through on special occasions for a really cute pair of shoes!
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