Studs are the rage this season. They have been featured in numerous runway shows, and are making their way to fashionable events all over.
Call these Gladiators with a twist. These black suede gladiator platform sandals are from Giuseppe Zanottis. They retail for $895
Designers tend to draw inspiration from all over the world. Louis Vuitton created the Spicy sandal in red python leather, an ethnic inspired shoe featuring beads, sequins, fringes and gold finish accessories. They retail for $2,720
These are by Bliss, the only place that carries them in the United States is Jump located in Manhattan, New York. Chances are you won’t need to worry about everyone wearing the same shoe. They retail for $128.
For those who enjoy Tartan, Michael Kors has made something for you to play in while still being true to heels. Stream boots from Kors by Michael Kors retail for $221
Some prefer that older feel, look and quality. These are vintage Prada Heels.
Solid colors work both during the day and at night. Great heels make an easy transition from day time to night life.
Lima buckled velvet sandals with patent calf leather come with 4 7/10" heels, and a not-so-cheap price tag. These Christian Louboutins retail for $1,145
These are certainly not for a timid lady. However, if you should decide to add fire to your night, you can’t go wrong with these Manolo Blahniks.
The same as the gold, just not as bold.
By Manolo Blahnik
Solid, no-nonsense heels exude class and style. Be it for to work or play, the right heel can work all occasions.
The booties on the left are from the Colin Stuart Victoria Secret exclusive collection. They cost $60 but good luck finding them, they are hot sellers.
On the left, these Miu Mius retail for $870
From the Spring 2008 line, these silver Chanel boots make an easy transition from Runway to Main Street.
Well designed lace-up boots usually work well with jeans tucked in and are guaranteed to get a few stares. These ankle boots by Michael Kors retail for $395
The patent hoodie dress sandle by Fioni is an eye cather and the best thing, it won’t break the bank. These are a great find for under $60.
Sometimes the best find is deep in your closet. These Enzo Angiolini are a few season old, but seem never out of style.