Heels For Any Ocassion

3.10.2014


It might be the pageant girl in me or it might be the fact that I love being tall, but I love wearing high heels. And the higher the better. I have mastered walking (and running) in high heels - heck, I had to if I was going to model a swimsuit on stage in them. And now that is something I carry with pride. My first week of work everyone was commenting on my shoes. Lots of things like, "How do you wear those every day?" Or remarks like, "That won't last long!" And while I still wear flats on the busiest of days or when I know I will be setting rooms - heels will always be my first choice.  Marilyn Monroe said it best, "Give a woman the right pair of shoes, and she can conquer the world."

And I am never opposed to growing my heel collection. So imagine how excited I was when I was introduced to an incredible shoes website by Elizabeth from Bella that houses hundreds of shoe options to add to my wardrobe. And the best part? Right now almost every pair is under $50. So here is my shoe wish list, and let's let this heels obsession grow.

All That Sparkles
Sequin | Rhinestone | Glitter

This all comes back to the dance team and pageant loves I have running through my veins. Anything with glitter or sparkles or sequins is a TOTAL win in my book. What is more girly than a little bling? My love for sequins comes from a long line of dance costumes that were sequined to the max, so I was so excited to find sequin heels!
Great to wear to: Dinner Dates, Galas, Pageants, Shows, Dance, and A Girls Night Out

Solid


Solid colored heels are always a great option. You never have to worry about them clashing with a pattern. And you can always use them to match your little black dress to add that extra pop to your ensemble. Nude heels are my go to shoes - because I never have to worry about what they will match and they extend the leg to a nice line.
Great to wear to: Work - Business Casual or Business Professional, Church, and Interviews

Pattern


I am a sucker for anything floral or lace patterned. I don't know what it is about those two patterns that always draw me in. I think it is because they make me feel more feminine? There are also some great polka dot and striped pairs.
Great to wear to: Luncheons, Dates, Weddings, Receptions, Dances, Parties, and Church

You're An Animal


Animal. Print. I own a ton of cheetah and leopard because I consider it a neutral. And as a neutral it will go with anything while still giving me a little bit more to my outfit. I am also loving the textured look of the snake skin lately. It adds a good element and while still remaining a solid.
Great to wear to: Church, Receptions, Work, Dances, Church, Shows, Dates, and Basically Everywhere

Color Block


Color block is a classic. Once it hit the market again a couple years ago I was in love. Because all the colors come pre-complimented... which means I don't have to mess anything up when I am trying new colors and patterns together.
Great to wear to: Work, Church, Shows, and Interviews

There are so many styles (even thought I mostly showed pumps because they are my favorite!) and heeel heights and fabrics. And... I could have kept going on with all the shoes I loved! What is your favorite style of heels? Which of these pairs are on your wish list now?
sherri said...

My current favorite style of heels is lace up ones and pointy ones. I'm trying to find a pair that's comfortable. It's too bad my feet don't last in heels :( It's great finding another lds blogger!

sherriamour.blogspot.com

Kristine@thefoleyfam said...

A girl can never have enough sparkle! Crushing on all of those!

Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy said...

LOOOOOOOVE!

Cher-Ann Texter said...

I was going to use the excuse that I am tall and heels would make me look like King Kong but you've already covered that - drat!! The heels you've chosen are all gorgeous and I guess it is never too late to master them!! Thanks for sharing!

Eat Drink and Be Mary said...

I really like the color block heels, they seem to be pretty popular right now.

© Deidre Emme. Design by Fearne and Breezy & Co.