12 Interesting Heel Shapes to Try This Fall

Buh-bye stilettos. Hello cutout wedges.

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It all started on the Fall 2016 runways, where designers such as Loewe, Givenchy, and Céline ditched traditional stilettos and block heels for a variety of shapes and sizes unlike anything we've seen before. From vertiginous and curved to short and stacked, here, shop our selection of the most interesting styles to add to your arsenal.

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Zara

With that sculpted kitten heel, definitely *not* your ordinary black booties.

$139, zara.com

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Loeffler Randall

A clog you'll actually want to wear.

$425, loefflerrandall.com 

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<p>Burgundy velvet on a curvy&nbsp;copper leather heel is <i data-redactor-tag="i">totally</i> worth the splurge.</p><p>$980,&nbsp;<a href="http://www.barneys.com/product/dries-van-noten-sculpted-heel-ankle-boots-504682452.html" target="_blank">barneys.com</a>&nbsp;</p>
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Dries Van Noten

Burgundy velvet on a curvy copper leather heel is totally worth the splurge.

$980, barneys.com 

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Mango

PSL in the front, bell-shaped in the back.

$120, mango.com

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Fendi

Tetris heel. 

$1,150, Nordstrom.com

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Steve Madden

There's chunky (and tubular) enough to dance the night away...

$130, stevemadden.com

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Loewe

So spindly, such edge.

$750, loewe.com 

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YRU Wednesday

Then there's CHUNKY enough to step on a rusty nail and still be inches away from needing a tetanus booster. 

$145, nastygal.com

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Givenchy

A cone heel but with rainbow sprinkles (okay, colored panes, but still). 

$2,625, barneys.com

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Sam Edelman

Not quite a wedge, so it passes the Queen Elizabeth test

$180, nastygal.com

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ASOS

Conical Cranberry, or the name of my new band. 

$46, asos.com

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Coach

Rock 'n' roll meets Victorian meets a totally walkable slanted block heel. 

$575, coach.com

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