If you’re thinking that kitten heels are elegant, you may be right. Designs in silver, gold, and other metallic hues have been popular throughout the years. Others with more contemporary styles are either chunky or very thin-strapped. They also tend to be lighter to carry on the foot, but beware because they slip off easily.
If you are so crazy about kitten heels, wear them with wide led trousers or evening gowns. Only senior citizens are excused to wear them with midis and things that rest at the knee.
Kitten heels may be comfortable but next to skyscraper stilettos, they look unnoticeable. For some women, particularly the middle-aged, it’s the most fashionable thing ever. Somebody in authority should have put kitten heels under the category of septuagenarian style as the lower pairs look so nice and appropriate on them.
Nobody says it’s practical to wear high heels all day, but to actually put on as kitten heels is already an offense not taken directly, yet considered thoroughly by fashionistas who have specific concerns for shoes. What makes kitten heels so wrong to wear is the height of the heel. Yes, it’s easy to sway your hips while walking on them, but is that as high as you can go? There’s never really anything remarkable about low-heeled shoes except for the comfort they offer. Better go for ballet flats or sandals if all you are after is to feel cozy throughout the day.