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Kitten Heels: A Trend That Works In Favor Of Your Feet

June 30, 2010 by Justine Schwartz
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We never thought we’d see the day: after years of crippling sky-high heels, kitten heels have worked their way back onto the runways and into the zeitgeist. Finally, a trend your tired feet can get behind. These sleek, perfect-for-work kitten heels are infinitely more comfortable than 4-inch heels, but better than flats when it comes to looking dressed up. Think you’re not ready for the trend? Wait ’til you see the cool versions we found:

 1. These J. Crew Knotted macramé heels ($225) are great for weddings, work and beyond. Pair them with cropped jeans or floral skirts for playful, put-together look.

2. These Nine West Hadrian heel ($78.95) are perfect for city girls – pair them with black dresses or pants, and then  walk 20 blocks to work without getting blisters. 

3. You will go wild for these snake print Stuart Weitzman Poco heels ($298) – they’re a great work-to-happy-hour shoe.

 4. Every gal needs a pair of non-crippling black heels in her shoe closet; these Boutique 9 Campisi heels ($91) are perfect.

 

5. These Banana Republic Othello peep-toe pumps ($82.99, down from $98) are a great tri-season shoe; pair them with jeans or wool skirts in the fall, or wrap dresses in the spring.

Check out our new buying guide to kitten heels, as well as our guides to the best maxi dresses, the best evening tops for jeans, and the best designer handbags.

 

Author:

Editorial Director

Justine Schwartz is a veteran women's lifestyle editor; she's written extensively about style & beauty tips, health advice and wedding planning for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post and New York Weddings. Justine has been with SheFinds since 2010; you can reach her via email at [email protected]

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