• Stilettos

Stilettos are a great option for work or a night out on the town.  Stilettos can come in a number of different styles from edgy to demure so there is a style to fit every personality.   Personally I like shoes that have a little edge and can spice up any outfit but the shoes below can work for any style.

With stiletto heels it is important that you spend your money on quality heels from a known designer to make sure you do not get skinny heels that will simply break shortly after you purchase them.

Take a look at the heels below which are some of my top picks for Stiletto heels and work on cultivating your own personal style.


Stilettos Heels

This pair of shoes is designed by one of my favorite shoe designers Carlos Santana.  His shoe styles are flattering for every foot type from wide to skinny.  This particularsandal comes in a camel brown color as well as black which are a basic staple for every wardrobe.


This shoe is a great example of a standard pump.  Its shiny metallic color adds some much needed personality to the shoe and can light up any outfit.  This color can take an office outfit from day to night in a matter of minutes.  What makes this stiletto even better is how affordable and cheap it happens to be.


This basic is the perfect shoe for any outfit and comes in a wide variety of basic colors.  The closed toe heel is great for a day at the office.

This boot is great for any fall or winter wardrobe.  The flattened studs add a touch of sparkle to the standard boot making it unique.  The black and brown colors work well with any outfit.




I love these unique heels.  The touch of metal down the strap adds a unique finish to these heels.  The royal blue color adds a pop of color to any outfit and would be great for any evening outfit.

This edgy heel is a great find.  The studs and metallic heel give it the perfect rockstar look.  You will look and feel great rocking these statement heels. Even so, he and other observers agree, there is a difference in freelance academic writing websites perception