The Most Comfortable High Heel Shoes Online in Australia
Comfortable high heels are a true rarity in the world of footwear. However popular this style may be, traditional pairs suffer from a bad health reputation because regular womens high heels don’t normally support the ankle, heel, or forefoot. This is due to the natural position the foot is held in when in high heels. But there is good news—we love high heel shoes, too, which is why we’ve engineered pairs that don’t compromise on style or your sole wellness.
What are the Different Types of High Heels?
There are many types of high heels, but the most common are stilettos, pumps, and sandals. Stilettos are thin, tall heels that are typically about four inches tall. They are named after the Italian word for "dagger", which is what they resemble. Pumps (for example, Carrie) are a type of shoe often featuring a low-cut front with a bit of toe cover and a heel that is typically two to three inches tall. They are frequently worn by women for work or for special occasions. A platform is also a popular option and can come in the form of high heel wedges and high heel sandals. Whether shopping high heels Australia based or abroad, the key is to consider the depth of cushioning of the pair, especially at the forefoot, and how a style is created to gauge its comfort factor. Our podiatrist-founded heritage has guided us in creating high heels that consider your sole wellness, and biomechanics is at the core of each of our high heel designs.
How High are High Heels?
There is no definitive rule to this as high heels can refer to a wide variety of footwear, ranging from towering stiletto heels to modestly elevated shoes in comparison. Generally speaking, however, high heels tend to have a heel height of at least 2 inches (5 cm) or more (a perfect example of this would be Abi). This extra height delivers a touch of fashion drama and has a very flattering effect while still being comfortable thanks to our innovative design. With this, high heels for women no longer need to equate to pain, missing out on special occasion moments, or sitting an opportunity out because of the discomfort.
How to Style High Heel Shoes?
Elegant, stylish and timeless mainstays, you’ll forget all the negative connotations of high heel shoes when you experience our pairs. To start building a larger collection, we would suggest starting with heels in black, tan, and white because of their versatility, for example, black high heels and white high heels can be teamed with almost anything with no colour-matching required. Then expand your selection of prints and colourways, either colour-blocking for a striking look or matching different prints for a stylish twist. Also see our low heels, mid heels, block heels, and wedges for the next essential additions to your collection.