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Paris Street Style Stars Reveal that Heels Are Back-Here’s How to Wear Them

Paris Street Style Stars Reveal that Heels Are Back-Here’s How to Wear Them

Per Parisian fashion week showgoers, it’s time to slip on your high heels again.

Heels are back! At least that’s what the street style stars of Paris Fashion Week have demonstrated as they strutted around the Tuileries last week. And we can’t say that we blame them; after a year-and-a-half of dressing down, it feels pretty damn good to dress up again with a bit of altitude-offering heels.

While we’ve certainly mastered the 10+ ways of wearing the Adidas Samba, nothing compares to how sexy a sky-high stiletto makes you feel. We’re not suggesting you have to go all the way just yet-maybe you ease in with a wedge or a block heel, then move your way into a kitten heel before making your grand entrance in a 6-inch stiletto. We’re just saying, if you’ve missed high heels this year, now’s the time time to dust them off and bring them out again.

Below, here are seven ways how to wear them.

Not So Fast, Let’s Start With A Wedge




If you’re not quite ready for a stiletto yet, ease in with Maryam Nassir Zadeh’s Olympia wedges-an eternal It Girl favorite.

A Sporty Kitten Heel




A kitten heel is a perfect foray back into heels; stay low to the ground with a style that blends sport and glamour.

A Mule With A Pop Of Color




Add a ladylike mule with a pop of color to counteract that cool girl vibe you have going on top.

A Sweet Mary Jane




You can always keep it cute with a sweet Mary Jane to soften up an edgy look.

A Classic Stiletto Pump




It’s been a while since we’ve rocked a classic stiletto pump, but we say go for it.

White Monochrome




If you’re not quite committed to color, let your white embellished pump do the talking.

Glass Slippers




It’s time to go all out with an Amina Muaddi showstopper. Pair them with a short skirt to ensure they get the attention they deserve.

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