What's Your Heel Type?🎀

Whether you are heading to work or going out for the night, finding out the different heel types is an important foundation to let you procure which heels are perfect for your lifestyle.  Below is a brief outline of the different heel style characteristics.  Which one is your favorite?

Stiletto - closed toe, thin heel, great for elongating the legs

Ankle strap heels- heel shape and height can vary, the bold stabilizing strap adds support and design

Block Heels - chunkier heels and easier to maneuver in

Cone Heels - Wider at the top and narrows as it goes down

Flatforms - Equal-weight from toe to heel

French Heels - Narrow in the center and widest at top and bottom

Kitten Heels - Just an inch or two of height

Peep Toe Heels - Reveals just the top of the toes

Platforms - Unlike flatforms, these have a thicker base only under the sole

Slingbacks - A sling support wraps around the back of the heel

Stacked Heels - stacked layers within the heel provide support and structure

Scruptural Heels - Like art, these heels are reimagined using unique characteristics in lieu of the heel

Wedges - Features a seamless line from heel to toe

T-Strap Heels - an extending strap from the toe of the shoe and wraps around the heel, particularly popular in retro styles

Mules - Backless heels