To match a coat of this splendor requires an equally chic boot like this midi style Mrs. O wore to the inauguration designed by Reed Krakoff.
Looking to give your style a kick? A red pop-colored pump is surprisingly another great neutral for black and white and beyond.
Green makes an unexpected splash to a citrus companion like this Michael Kors silk sheath dress.
If you’re making the leap from stilettos to kitten heels, lean toward styles you’d typically wear. For example, the ankle strap Mary Jane is a closet staple so taking down the heel height would be a minimal difference.
Opt for trend-forward alternatives (like this graphic cap-toe style) to keep your kitten heels from looking dated.
Shoes are the last thing we put on, but usually the first piece to get the conversation started. Go with a bold note-worthy color worth talking about.
The First Lady sported this punchy pink suede J.Crew pair to match her damask Tracy Reese dress.
Note how Mrs. O finished off this vibrant, patterned Preen dress with turquoise pumps (seen previously with her bold orange dress) that punctuate her look fiercely.
Who says kitten heels have to be boring? Add some spice to this style with sparkles and metallic finishes.
Mrs. O’s metallic Manolo’s have become the new neutral!
The First Lady gives a conservative spin to the same metallic kitten heels by wearing a grey shift dress.
The classic black pump is chic no matter what the heel height. Add a splash of patent and style with prints and it instantly feels fresh.
Nude is also “the new black,” and the First Lady revives this beige tone in a chic sling back to match her pencil skirt.
Mrs. O confirms exactly why we call her “commander in chic” by pairing metallic skinny jeans with her patent pumps.
Kittens heels are modest, so if you’re looking for a sexier approach a wild croc or python skin should do.
Michelle Obama pulls off these python pumps fabulously with a printed pastel skirt.