Finally! A Chic Heel for Women Who Hate Wearing Heels
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Equal parts practical and chic, the silhouette lengthens the look of your legs without submitting your feet to the cruel and unusual punishment that often comes with a higher heel. And we love the subtle, mod vibe. Read on to shop our favorite styles.
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To offset the girly-ness of the bow, try these with tight leather trousers that hit at the ankle.
Drum Pump ($215) in Cherry
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Try these chic metallic pumps with a crisp shift dress and a bare—but reasonably tan—leg.
Metallic Leather Pumps ($595)
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Oscar de la Renta
We can totally see Olivia Palermo work her uptown/downtown magic on these, pairing them with floral print pants and a punchy top.
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Paging Swinging Sixties London: your signature footwear is back in stock.
Suede Buckled Block-Heel Pumps ($690) in Navy
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Meet the shoe that started it all. The Vara pump is a true original.
Vara Patent Leather Pumps ($450) in Black
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Ruby red slippers to channel your inner Dorothy/Liberace.
Make a Scene ($70)
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We’d love to see these patent leather Mary Janes with a black linen jumpsuit.
Matter Croc Dolly Shoes ($45)
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The ornate heels on these Tory Burch shoes mean you can go light on the accessories.
Bea Pumps ($295) in Bright Navy
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These babies cost just $5 more than a ticket to see Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. Even with the five extra bucks, we think the choice is clear.
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These understated shoes practically scream “sensible work wear”. Jazz them up with a graphic pencil skirt and some bold (but still office-appropriate) accessories.
Sandals ($185) in Gray
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Fendi Metallic Leather Flats ($750)
Throw these guys on with dark wash skinnies and a chunky knit — cozy meets disco ball glam.
Metallic Leather Flats ($750)