Women and shoes-that is the great love! From sneakers to ballerinas to boots and pumps: there are so many different shoe shapes that it is difficult to choose a favorite shoe variant!
A special shoe form, however, is not the only thing that has attracted much attention since Sex And The City: High Heels! At high heels, woman-and sometimes man-moves much more sensually through life!
High shoes not only stretch, they also ensure a more upright posture and a more conscious gait. High heels, however, are so much sought after, because they stand like a different shoe model for femininity, sex appeal and extravagance. Glamorous appearances give high hacks the certain something as well as businesslooks-we show in this post, which high heel variants exist and which best fit to which outfit.
High Heels And High-Heeled Variants
High heels can sometimes be quite ladylike to dresses or skirts, but also very well to combine rather serious or even androgynous looks. In the business area, you are just as at home as on special occasions. You can find out which forms are available here:
Kitten Heels: They are only the “little sister” of the high heels, because their sales come only to about three to five centimeters. With the 50s revival, however, the comfortable “secretary” stockpiles are back, who have already been worn by Audrey Hepburn and who have moved to the supercar track at least since the success of “Mad Man”. Beautiful to female retro looks, but also to narrow pants in shortened length.
Wedge heeled shoes are actually loose shoes, because a wedge-shaped “insert”, between inner and outer sole, determines their continuous sales form, which is felt by many as very comfortable. Match well to hippie looks, but also to boyfriend jeans or the new, wide pants.
Block heeled shoes: The heel is wide and straight cut with this high heel variant, partly the entire heel area of the shoe is used as a tread surface. Boots and pumps with block heeled fit super to the current 70s revival, eg as ankle boot to the percussions or the exposed wool skirt in Midi-length, for example a narrow Rolli or a Schluppenbluse.
Pencil headers are particularly thin, the tread area is very small. Such high heels look like feminine outfits the most beautiful, but also fit into the business area, such as the suit (cool: with bermudas instead of waist pleats).
Mary Janes were worn in the 1920s to the flapperdress and have a belt to fasten with a buckle over the tension as well as a round shoe cap. They fit well with the new retro romance of the 40s or to graphic looks of the 60s-especially in combination with colored stockings!
Stiletto heel: Here, the heel runs conically to the tread surface, the area under the heel is still “covered” completely by the heel, but the diameter of the heel tip is just negligently or centigrade. Fancy to slim trousers or to the Culotte, but also to Midi or Maxiröcken. Even elegant dresses look very feminine. For (boyfriend) jeans, high heels with a stiletto heel create a sexy contrast.
In the 1960s and 1970s, plateaus were already “the big (or rather high) thing”. At that time, as now, we wear them to beats, hippie dresses, or-modern combined-to sporty looks. New this season: Cool laces with plateau, great to Midiröcken, Marlenehosen or Culottes.
Schnürpumps: Similar to classic men’s laced shoes, but come as a heel or high heel therefore.Beautiful contrast to playful looks or to underline retro-inspired outfits, such as the percussions or the opulent floral dress, which is winterproof with Cardigan.
Top pumps look just as good as too feminine! An elegant sheath dress for the job can be combined with pointed high heels, but also a serious trouser cut, such as marlene pants or the trendy cigarettes in 7/8-length. Even skinny jeans or narrow leather pants look hot to pointed heels.
Slingpumps: The strap makes these high heels so sexy, so you should be able to see him too!Skirts or pants fit as well as dresses to these high heels.
T-straps, which were already very popular in the 1920s, have a vertical strap that is connected to the horizontal ankle strap and thus reminds the shape of a Ts. Beautiful to the elegant dress, but also a feminine accent to serious businesslooks.
Which high heels fit to what look-A small styling ABC
In high heels, we look more feminine and self-assured – depending on the look, we can play with high heels playfully and make a very feminine outfit even more seductive. High heels also add a nice contrast to puristic, strict or androgynous looks, such as a masculine trousers suit, casual boyfriend jeans or graphic cuts away from the body.
In high heels (and wants) you can be noticed and centered! We will tell you which heels fit into which combination partners (of course, the combi rules have not been carved in stone for a long time and can be extended as desired!) In general, however, high heels that shorten the leg optically, for example stilettos with ankle Strap or even ankle boots, best combine with narrow pants or emphasize the leg with short skirt or shorts.
Ankle boots with heel: to skinny or boyfriend jeans, jodhpur pants, culottes, skirts with short or medium length.
Ankle Strap Stilettos: To mini or midi skirts, shorts or bermudas, 3/4 or 7/8 pants, cigarette pants.
Booties or ankle boots with heel: pants with a shank or shortened leg length, eg culottes, skirts or dresses in any length.
Espadrilles/Sandals/High Heels with wedge heel: Wide swing skirts, 50s or hippie dresses, marlene pants, tube jeans, pants, shorts or chinos.
High-heeled pumps: to skirts and dresses of short or medium length, leggings, jeans, chinos, suits or waist-pleats.
Mary Janes: playful, romantic looks with a short skirt or dress length, shorts or jeans.
Peeptoes: To feminine looks with midi or maxi skirt length, narrow pants or even shorts.
Classic pumps: to serious business-looks and festive outfits, for example to the dress-gown or a narrow-cut bodycon dress, but also to marlene pants or straight cut jeans.
Sandals with heel: Summer outfits such as summer dresses, mini or jeans skirt, slim pants.
Slingbacks: To long, elegant dresses, cases or cocktail dresses, flared Midiröcken, narrow pants, Pallazzo or Marlene pants.
Well, feel like getting a few centimeters in height? Then nothing like going on and up on the high hoes! With a bit of practice, the sexy gear can also be easily adjusted-and it does not have to be equal to 13 cm!
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