Your feet will be singing high praises because low heeled shoes are back in action, ladies. Pull out the classic kitten heels and pumps and say goodbye (for now) to those high heel stilettos that pinch your toes and give you ugly bunions. You don’t have to sacrifice your feet to look cute this spring.
Low heels were sighted at the runway shows, but designers like London-based Nicholas Kirkwood offered up pumps with a modern twist. Known for his sky-high heels, Nicholas came out with a 55 inch chevron-printed neon pump saying, “It’s a way to get that height that people want without being so mumsy. A low heel can still be cool. And it can be young, too.” (via Style.com)
Kitten heels look stylish when worn with tapered pants that fall right above the ankle...
Low heels with pointed toes look good with a pencil skirt, maxi skirt, or even wide leg slacks as long as the pants are not too long that they touch the ground. However, if you are petite like me, wearing wide leg slacks can tend to make you look shorter if you do wear low heels as opposed to high heels.
What’s nice about this spring season’s heels is that there are so many different styles, colors, patterns, and embellishments. It used to be that it was hard to find a cute pair of low heeled shoes and now they’re everywhere.
I like these pumps with the open toe, bow, and rhinestone details by ?Quaesito ($248 at Yoox.com)
For my UK readers, here’s a classic selection of lovely women’s heels. I think that every woman should own a nice pair of low heels because despite it being a “trend” this season, they can actually always be worn whenever.
I’ve always had a thing for patent leather Mary Jane pumps like this pair (available at Jones Bootmaker, £75.00)
What do you think about the low heels trend for spring? Will you be rockin' a pair or two?
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