Events of all kinds are back in full swing.
Weddings, birthdays, hen parties, baptisms and all the celebrations known to man are back.
While this is all well and good, our cabinets and pockets aren’t quite so enthusiastic.
For these types of encounters, we need heels.
It’s nice to be glamorous again, but it’s just not feasible or possible to have a new pair for every invite.
That’s why it pays to be smart when it comes to investing in heels. You see, a good pair of heels will take you anywhere.
When shopping for a new pair, consider your personal style, needs, budget and comfort level.
For a versatile heel, you can’t beat a black or nude pair. This pointy creation from Charles & Keith is just the right height and will go with any outfit.
If traditional heels aren’t your style, opt for a classic pair of patent Mary Janes. Not only do they look great, but you’ll never need to trade them in for a pair of flats in the middle of the night.
In the meantime, if your personal taste is more fun, opt for a pair of brightly colored platforms. River Island’s knotted floral beauties are a must have in any wardrobe that loves bright colors.
So whether it’s another wedding or an anniversary, here are nine of the best heels to suit any occasion.
Zara high heel sandals
Buy for £32.99 at Zara
ASOS Design Parker bow embellished heeled shoes
Buy them for £40 at ASOS
River Island Red Forenode Rigs
Get them for £50 at River Island
Charles & Keith nude pointed toe stiletto
Get them for £65 at Charles & Keith
Bershka platform heel shoe
Get them for £55.99 at ASOS
Mango glitter mules
Get them for £49.99 at Mango
& Other Stories Mary Jane pumps
Get them for £110 at & Other Stories
Dune Leather Block Heels
Get them for £135 at Marks & Spencer
NA-KD Retro Chubby Strappy Pumps
Get them for £55.95 at NA-KD
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