I'm planning on doing my first bikini comp sometime between April and the summer. I'm 5'4 with a short torso and long legs. I've been looking around to get an idea for heels, but haven't found anything that works. Any help and tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Thread: Heel choice for a bikini comp
01-20-2013, 12:32 AM #1
01-21-2013, 06:32 AM #2
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01-23-2013, 03:15 AM #3
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I would go with the 5' and a slight platform, nothing to crazy so that you can be comfortable walking in them. I like snaz75.comStephanie Miller
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Girl, you gotta choose a heal that works with your body! i'm also 5'4, and have a high heal and short ones - and i choose the height i wear depending on how my legs come in... If you have lean/skinny legs/ or really cut - your better off getting a shorter heel to keep them looking full, if you have thicker legs you should go with a higher heel to make them look leaner. if you get a high 5" heel and you have lean/skinny legs/ or really cut you will just make them look even leaner and or cut and for bikini thats not what you want. i think this is a good tip for everyone who posted on this thread, because higher is not always better!
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