A Sneaky Shoe Hack You Need for Summer Events

Last Updated: June 8, 2024By

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So, here’s a cool fashion tip you probably didn’t know you needed! Zara Tindall showed up at a Buckingham Palace garden party this week in a lovely pale pink satin dress. But, what really caught everyone’s eye wasn’t her dress—it was her shoes! You see, it was a rainy day, and the grass was super wet. To avoid sinking into the soggy ground, she had these neat little plastic protectors on the heels of her pink suede shoes.

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Why You Need This Trick

This practical trick is something we non-royals can totally use, especially with summer weddings and outdoor events coming up. No one wants to ruin their heels by getting stuck in the grass! You can find similar heel protectors online, and they don’t cost much at all. In fact, Woman & Home wrote an article titled “Zara Tindall’s £5.99 trick to protect her favourite shoes is something we’ll be doing for all outdoor events this summer.”

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The Story Behind the Protectors

These nifty protectors come from a company called Clean Heels in Hampshire. Ally Stevenson, the founder and CEO, patented her design back in 2006. She even took them on Dragon’s Den in 2015! Now, Clean Heels sells thousands of these £3.99 clear protectors every week, both online and in stores like Timpsons.

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Ally Stevenson mentioned that the ones Zara Tindall used weren’t from Clean Heels—she noted that “they have gaps in the heel where mud can go in, ours is all concealed.” But still, Zara’s choice shows how useful these little gadgets can be.

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Celebs Love Them Too!

Stevenson shared that her heel protectors have been used on shows like Downton Abbey and Hollyoaks, and even some celebrities love them. “But at the end of the day, all I want to do is please women out there and give them a good day out without sinking in the grass,” she said.

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So next time you’re planning to wear heels to an outdoor event, remember Zara Tindall’s little trick. It might just save your favorite shoes!

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