What Kind of Heels Are You Wearing Right Now?
It won’t be wrong if we say that after diamonds, shoes are a woman’s best friends. With so much designs and patterns, there are endless options for every season. It is true that shoes are a very important part of any woman’s closet. If not for anyone else, at least for a woman. There are so many types amongst heels itself that that hardly a handful of us know as to what type of heel is what. Whether you need shoes for work, for casual wearing or for night fun, or any special occasion, heels work best with a wide selection of outfits. You can easily pair them up with your work outfit, skirts, denims, churidars or sarees.
If you want to know more about different types of heels and different types of shoes, scroll down. There are gazillions of types of shoes out there. Here we bring you some of the popular type of heels that we commonly see.
Kitten HeelsKitten heels are usually short and slender. The heel height ranges between 1.5 inches to 1.75 inches with a slight curve setting the heel in from the edge of the shoe
PumpsPumps are mostly worn with a suit or a uniform, but are also worn with formal and informal dresses, skirts, trousers, and jeans.
Stilettosstiletto heel is a long, thin, high heel found on some boots and shoes, usually for women. The Stiletto heels may measure 1 inch to 10 inches high or more if a platform sole is used. Stilettos, like all similar high-heeled shoes, give the optical illusion of a longer, slimmer leg, a smaller foot, and overall greater height.
Ankle Strap HeelsAnkle strap heels are one of the hot favorites these days.
Wedge HeelsWedge heels are flush just like a high heel would be, and there is no separation from the heel to the sole.
Wedge heels & sandals have the same type of heel. The only difference is that the wedge sandals have a more open, sandal upper. It could be straps , a cutout design or anything.
Platform Wedgesplatform shoes, these heels have thick sole.
Cone HeelsCone heel shoes where the height of the heel may vary from low to high. What makes these heels special is the shape. Wider at the sole and narrower at the base, exactly like an ice cream cone.
Slingback Heelsslingback heel and an ankle strap. The basic difference between the two is that the ankle strap goes around your ankle whereas a sling back just goes around at the back of your ankle. The sling back heels gives more elegant look.
Platform heels too come in all sizes, i.e. from short to tall. The only thing that makes them different is the thickness of the sole i.e the part of the shoe under the sole is thicker. To qualify as a platform heel the sole must noticeably be thick.
Peep Toe Heels
You can call it a teaser. Jokes apart, a peeptoe heels come in all shapes and sizes. All they need is for a pop of your colorful toenails to show to be a peep toe. In simpler words, there’s a small opening in front that shows your big toe & the finger adjacent to it.