Type of Heels: Find Out Which One Suits You!

DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PUMPS AND STILETTOS? DON’T KNOW? SCROLL DOWN TO KNOW ABOUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF HEELS

1.) Pumps

Pumps are simply high heels between 2-3 inches of height. They are typically low cut around the front.

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2.) Stilettos

These are the highest kind and can be as high has 8 inches. They give a huge lengthening effect to one’s legs. Some of them might come with an added platform.

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3.) Heels with an Ankle Strap

These are very much in vogue. They have a strap that goes around the ankle thereby making the heels more secure.

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4.) Wedges

Wedge heels have no separation from the heel to the sole. Wedge sandals have more open upper.

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5.) Cone Heels

As the name suggests, heels that are in the same of a cone, that is, wider at the sole of the foot and narrow at the base like an ice-cream.

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6.) Peep-toes

Peep-toes show your colorful toe-nails and come in all shapes and sizes.

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7.) High-heeled Boots

These high-heeled boots come to your rescue in winter under and over jeans or even with a skirt.

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8.) Ankle Booties

These are boots that end up at the ankle and are mostly worn in spring.

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9.) Mules

They cover high over the top of the foot.

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10.) Cut-Out Heels

Cut-Out Heels give a cool, funky look. They have a portion of upper cut-out.

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11.) Corset Heels

The two sides of the upper are tied together as in a traditional corset.

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12.) Oxfords

Oxfords are a dress-casual to formal style of lace-up shoes. They have come to the scene recently.

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13.) Espadrilles

These have a fabric upper and a plaited fibre sole. These take on traditional flats and can have a high heel or wedge heels.

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