|The heels have paid the price for all that mojitos and disco dancing|
These days its important to look at your clothes and shoes to make them last, but doesn't it make you a little bit angry that some products on the high street aren't made to last?
Take shoes, you buy them and they come with a little warning that the heels may need replacing due to wear and tear. Kindly they provide a spare set of heels, there to replace the worn-away pair that have died a death due to you pounding the streets or office. This wouldn't be a problem if
1) the heels on the shoes at least lasted longer than a month
2) the quality of the heels (and replacements provided) were actually good quality.
I think now the average price for re-heeling a pair of shoes could be anything from £5 and more. It just adds onto the cost you've already paid out and I think we pay out enough.