Do you ever curse spending a fortune on heels that a) destroy your feet and b) only look good for approximately three wears?
There's nothing worse than seeing a new pair of pumps the morning after the night before and realizing even just a single evening of debauchery has left them suitable for just one place: the bin.
If this sounds like a situation you've been in once or twice, you'll be interested in a new shoe design by brand House of Borgezie. Not only do they claim their heels are comfortable but they also come with a promise to last 1,000 years.
That's right, according to these guys, your babies' babies' babies' could logistically go clubbing in a pair of pumps you buy now.
Apart from the fact we're dubious of any shoes surviving 10 decades, these heels look super glam but also tremendously uncomfortable. Look at that sole - it's so thin you could feel a grain of sand underfoot, never mind more rough terrain. Like cobbles, for example.
Naturally, shoes with such lofty promises don't come cheap and House of Borgezie's will set you back approximately £989.
But listen, if you've got money to burn this is the place to do it - we guarantee you'll be hard-pushed to find a designer offering diamond stilettos (yes, that's actual stilettos made from actual diamonds) anywhere else...
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