15 Heels To Make Houston Your Runway


From the model-like poise to the effortless strut, nothing beats the beauty that comes with donning your favorite pumps. This season, the imminent instinct to snag classic styles are put on pause as platforms and kittens have officially dominated the market.

As fashion continues it’s minimal versus maximum tug of war, it’s safe to say that heels are leaning towards the latter end. The influx of platforms from summer’s trend have transcended into loafers and oxfords while taking on a new mode with “flatforms.” And while the kitten heel might be a favorite for the elderly fashionista, millennials and gen-z-ers are opening up to the timeless look, especially with boots. 

Shop our 15 heel picks to instantaneously swap your walkway to runway.  

$53

Charles & Keith have designed the perfect shoe that carries two trends in one. With the ’90s square toe finally making its way back paired with the platform style, the D’Orsay Pumps are a must-buy. 

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$140

After rising in the industry with their famous combat boots, Dr. Martens have since expanded their boot models with the inclusion of oxfords. The 1461 Platform style gives an edgy tone to the preppy shoe for an enhancement to any outfit.

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$140

If you’ve been dying to show out for boot season, the wait is over. Sam Edelman’s Tall Kitten Heel Boot amplifies the underrated design through its animal print detail, borrowing inspiration from Amina Muaddi’s signature pumps

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$150

When having the conversation about the kitten heel, we can’t leave the “block” out. Marmi’s Vaneli Aliz strappy reaches the 1-inch requirement while showing off its snazzy black toe. 

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$185

Now that loafers are getting propped up poise, another Marmi’s heel is receiving much needed attention. The Vaneli Armon takes on the trend with smooth suede and the signature kiltie emblem. 

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$185

Sandals are no longer super flat footwear, but another word for heel. However, the Selene Sandals by LK Bennett are the definition of flatforms. The scarlet hue brings an excellent pop of color, especially against dark-wash denim.

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$238 

As the slouch fit sneaks into the trending VIP, the Armonda Boots by Vince Camuto should gain easy access. The snake-leather knee highs serve as the meeting point of  western rodeo and Rodeo Drive. 

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$248 

Now that Mary Jane pumps have caught up with the times, Houston label Brio & Co. wants in. The sophisticated Pearl Mary Jane is a gorgeous find with its glossy plum, square toe and gem button.

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$265

Since having what felt like a year-long lockdown, it’s time to update your “little black heel.” The Black Ankle Strap from The Brio & Co. are a fabulous choice with its minimal design from the leather to the double strap. 

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$328

Houston’s More You Can Imagine is currently holding these beauties in their stock. At a $328 price point, these Givenchy Bar Slingbacks are a steal.  

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$378

While Tory Burch has gained popularity in Houston, there’s no doubt the Jessa Pump will become a part of every preppy ensemble. Plus, the brassy horse-head hardware adds a nice touch. 

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$395

Denim’s favorite time of year has commenced and now that they’ve married the clog, it’s safe to say it’s here forever. Not only does the Dacey Clog turn to a lasting fabric, but it also pairs up with a belt for added pizzazz. 

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$600

Houston footwear label Alice d’ Italia, also gets in on the Mary Jane trend. However, the handmade Italian heels are designed with a mature mood in mind. 

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$795

Houston designer Tamera Mellon takes the clog heel to another level with the Game Changer. From the Maleficent chocolate color to the shearling insoles, these exclusives will keep you in warm in style.

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$1,095

Duped by Jacquemus’ ‘Les Sandales Novio’, Tamara Mellon brings summer to fall with the Comet. From the jeweled heel to the velvet lining, the topaz hue is the ultimate evening heel of the season.

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