With the rise of the athleisure trend over the last few seasons, sneakers and more laid-back footwear silhouettes (i.e. mules!) have dominated in the celeb world. As a result, classic heel styles like stilettos haven't been as prominent in off-duty life. In fact, sales of stilettos have dropped 12% in the last two years. Even heel devotee Victoria Beckham swore off the style recently. Well, despite all of this, there still seems to be a spot for pointed heels in the celebrity world. We recently noticed a slew of It girls wearing stilettos with their more casual ensembles, proving they are classic and will really always be "in."
Go on to check out how different celebs are wearing stilettos right now—and shop their shoes, too.
Miranda's bright red pop adds just the right amount of color to her classic jeans-and-tee ensemble.
On Miranda Kerr: Céline Cl41373 Lea Sunglasses ($302); Swarovski Duo Evil Eye Bangle ($89); Acne Studios Bliss C Tee ($105); Samantha Thavasa Miranda Kerr bag; Iris von Arnim Mantel Vesta Trench Coat ($779); Mother Stunner Ankle Fray Jeans in Graffiti Girl ($196); Aquazzura Allure Lace-Up Suede Pumps ($695).
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The simplest way to add a touch of polish to an all-denim ensemble? Incorporate nude heels like Palermo did here.
On Olivia Palermo: H&M Conscious Collection coat; Rails Monogrammed Tyson Denim Shirt ($178); Kate Spade Bits and Baubles Statement Cuff ($98) and clutch; Black Orchid Jude Jeans in True Grit ($198); Gianvito Rossi pumps.
We love how Bella Hadid tied her whole look together with sleek black stilettos.
On Bella Hadid: Givenchy Black Croc Stamped Medium Lucrezia Duffel ($1285).
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Selena Gomez's stilettos give her more casual look a sophisticated twist.
While Hailey Baldwin's outfit would be totally cute with sneakers or sandals, we love it just as much with stilettos.
On Hailey Baldwin: 3.1 Phillip Lim top; Faith Connexion jeans; Kurt Geiger London Beaumont Pumps in Tan Suade ($305).
Silver stilettos are ideal for adding a little something extra to a night-out ensemble.