Heelless Heels

24 Jul

Heelless hells have been worn by many daring celebrities lately but I think that it’s Lady Gaga who started the whole craze that eventually trickled down to the mainstream fashionista. If you want to try your luck and see if you can walk without tripping over one of these crazy designs you don’t have to spend a fortune (or you can). Here are a few options that you may like.

  1. Snakeskin Platforms- The snakeskin pattern is one of the biggest trends this season and it looks great on a daring shoe like this one. The Dejavu heelless heels have a 6’5” heel with a 2” platform. You can pick them up at Make Me Chic at the price of $35.70.
  2. T-Strap Sandals- The black and gold coloring and design of these gorgeous heelless heels makes them the ideal accessory for a fun night of dinner and dancing. The heel height is 5’7” and the platform is 1.8”. At $59.99 they’re a steal on Milanoo.
  3. Red Peep Toes- Lulus claims that these heelless heels are the most supportive of their kind and have a cushioned insole. The rubber sole on the bottom of the shoe is another benefit that will help you to walk in them without worrying about falling over. The heel is a mere 5” with a 1.25” platform so if you want to try out this style shoe but prefer a shorter style this is the one to try at $33.00.
  4. Golden Platforms- Giuseppe Zanotti is known to make beautiful leather shoes of the highest quality and these bold heelless heels known as the Platform d’Orsay Pump are no exception to the rule. At the price tag of $895.00 at Neiman Marcus these are the most expensive shoes on this list but at least you get cushioning and a 5” heel with a 2.5” platform so that it’s truly wearable and more comfortable than most.
  5. Colorblocking- Another great way to marry two fashion trends is to wear a pair of heelless heels that have a colorblocking theme. These beauties are available in three different color combinations but the pink ones are my favorites. The velvet that’s used to make the upper part of the shoe adds even more depth to the style than the 6” heel gives on its own. You can pick them up for $44.10 on Go Jane.
  6. The Basic- Get the look of a ballet slipper in a heelless heel with these gorgeous suede turquoise shoes. Don’t like turquoise? No problem, they’re available in 26 other colors. They have a 6.5” heel and a 2.5” platform and are so great that Sole Truck is limiting each customer to three of them. At $169.95 you may be tempted to meet the limit.

Have you tried on a pair of heelless heels yet? How long were you able to go with them on your feet?

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4 Responses to “Heelless Heels”

  1. Moxie July 25, 2012 at 1:17 pm #

    I love looking at these shoes, but I would never even attempt to walk in them. There’s no way I would get very far without falling! :)
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    • Aleya July 25, 2012 at 2:31 pm #

      I agree, I could just see myself flying face first into some concrete.

  2. Anita July 26, 2012 at 12:19 pm #

    They are beautiful, but well, let’s be honest: they are just not for me… I already need to pay attention while walking when wearing simple pumps with stiletto heels, so now, i’d better not try these or I will stumble very soon ;-) ))

    xxx Anita
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    • Aleya July 26, 2012 at 1:34 pm #

      I’m the same way. Walking in stilletos requires a lot of concentration on my part.