Sometimes you just want to wear a T-shirt and jeans, but then you think, "I'm better than this." So you switch outfits, which makes you miss your train, which then makes you look even more disheveled than before. Don't be this person who definitely has no relation to me. Straight ahead, see 15 attention-diverting heels that can rescue/make any look.
These are the orthopedic shoes I want to be wearing when I eventually become Iris Apfel.
& Other Stories gem-encrusted sandals, $150; stories.com.
Like a squiggly abstract expressionist drip painting for your feet.
Topshop snake-effect sandals, $80; topshop.com.
I'm just going to keep describing these using the first images that pop into my head: Delpozo Fall 2015 headdresses!
Zara leather sandals with bow, $99.90; zara.com.
Richard Serra, kinda.
Tory Burch leather mules, $395; toryburch.com.
When have I ever passed on a Perspex heel?
Richardo Braqo satin pump, $830, modaoperandi.com.
Maryam Nassir Zadeh Palma suede heel, $400; nastygal.com.
*gurgling noises because these are so shiny*
Paul Andrew tasseled sandals, $995; modaoperandi.com.
These, too, are quite reflective, though in a different way.
Mary Katrantzou x Gianvito Rossi glitter sandals, $1,080; net-a-porter.com.
The heel! The heel!
J.W. Anderson mother-of-pearl lace-up heels, $1,205; openingceremony.us.
"Iiiiiii'm gonna swiinnngggg from the chandeliieerrrrr, from the chandeliiiierrrrr."
ASOS holographic heeled sandals, $118; asos.com.
BRB, signing up for 64 scientific studies that pay $20 a session.
Chloé snakeskin sandals, $1,265; stylebop.com.
There goes your social life. (Because you'll be spending all your free time cuddling these, you know?)
J.Crew leather ankle-tie pumps, $285; jcrew.com.