For business, I like height—a heel or a wedge or a platform so I feel a little bit stronger and more in my own power zone. But in my home life, I don’t want to feel that.

By Jennie Garth
Updated: January 30, 2017


Andrew Macpherson

For business, I like height—a heel or a wedge or a platform so I feel a little bit stronger and more in my own power zone.

But in my home life, I don’t want to feel that.

I want to feel grounded and equal and empathetic—and when I wear flats, that’s what I feel.

And lately I’ve been hanging out with a younger guy, and it’s reminding me to feel younger and take myself a little less seriously.

I bought these high-top Ash sneakers with a heel. Now, I’m a hip hop person all of a sudden, in hoodies and sneakers!

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