Knowing how to walk in high heels is a talent in itself, we all have seen top models falling off the runway trying to step in those stilettos and pin heels
I love a nice stilettos pair nonetheless, I am a professional train rider, and over the years, I have adopted the speed of the New Yorker walking in these busy streets.
Challenge? Yes, I want to look polished and sophisticated at the same time I don’t want my ankles to pay the fees (listen I am getting old, okay) so I have now tried and walked with these three types of heels which are extremely chic and have a more modern or better retro look of high pin or stilettos heels.
The Flared heels
The spool heels
The cone heels
The flared heel was especially in the ’60s and is even trendier in 2022. A lot of brands are designing their shoes with this type of heel because it’s provided support and stability. Schutz, Zara, and Steve Madden just to name a few. Grab a pair and dance the entire night without having to bleed. (literally)
The spool heel is comparable to the stiletto heel, the main difference between the two it’s provided comfort for the wearer. If you are a professional whose attire at work needs to be formal, the high spool heel is the practical shoe for you. Versace, Sam Edelman, Jeffrey Campbell, Larroude, Loewe are among the brands that have adopted this type of heel.
This heel is more manageable than the stilettos and Pin heels. Some of the brands you can find the cone heel type are Burberry, DKNY, Via Spiga, etc…
Let me know down in the comment, what heels are you? When it comes to heels type. Are you solely stilettos and pin or you can also tap into some flared and spool heels?
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