8 Types Of Comfortable Heels That Don’t Make Your Feet Bruise At The End Of The Day

Written by Indrani Karmakar  • 

Every woman has a love-hate relationship with her heels. We can’t resist how gorgeous they look and how confident it makes us feel. But the price we have to pay to walk in those heels all day can make your feet cry. It was believed that the prettier and higher the heel, the more pain it inflicts on your poor feet. But this is fortunately not true! If you have a habit of walking in heels, then all that is left is to choose the ones that will give you height and keep your feet cozy. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? Here are some kinds of heels to opt for, that will not pinch your feet, and you can enjoy your catwalk all day! Read on!

1. Kitten Heels

Kitten Heels
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Kitten heels may appear familiar, and it’s not a case of déjà vu! They’re a throwback from the ’60s when they were all the rage due to the cyclical nature of fashion. You won’t get much of a height boost from them, but they are good enough for a day out. According to experts, kitten heels are not only more stylish but also better for our feet and more practical for everyday use or for office wear.

2. Heel Clogs

Heel Clogs
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High, narrow, and closed-toe heels can be painful for wearers because they don’t provide the toes enough room to move. But on the other hand, Swedish clogs are preferable since they provide a casual element to your attire and look beautiful without squeezing your poor toes. So who is ready to invest in them and keep your toes happy!

3. Wedges

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After a brief period of popularity several years ago, wood wedge sandals have seemingly faded from view. However, the fact that certain A-listers continue to sport this style is indication of the shoe’s comfort and durability. They are quite light and comfy to wear, and they also look great with most outfits.

4. Loafers

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Loafers are timeless; whether it’s the year 1930 or 2023, you can find a pair to suit any occasion thanks to the wide range of styles available. They look great with heels or flats, and they go with everything from jeans to a dress. The ease of use they give for daily wear remains unchanged.

5. Block Heels

Block Heels
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There are several distinct styles of sturdy heels that won’t hurt your feet. One of them is block heels. It is great for dressy and informal occasions alike, because of its versatile design options and comfortable block heel. In addition, it can ease pressure on the Achilles tendon and reduce discomfort in those who suffer from it. They are your best friend if you are new to heels but need to wear heels for a particular occasion.

6. Mary Janes

Mary Janes
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Since Mary Jane wore them in the movie Spider-Man, this shoe style has won the hearts of women everywhere who just want to wear heels without pain. And despite their trendy seeming moniker, they have been around for quite some time. After one long day on your feet, you’ll appreciate the comfort that these lower-heighted, wider-heeled shoes provide.

7. Boots With Laces

Boots With Laces
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People who suffer from ligament problems or have trouble maintaining their equilibrium may benefit from wearing these lace-up boots with broad heels. Since the tendons & ligaments in and around the ankle are better supported by a wider heel, a taller, more protective boot is preferable.

8. Oxford Heels

Oxford Heels
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One thing we can all agree to is that famous people have a knack for updating traditional shoe styles. Oxford shoes, despite their formal appearance, may be rather comfy. Even while wearing bright colors, they manage to appear sophisticated.

When In Doubt, Seek The Advice Of An Expert

When In Doubt, Seek The Advice Of An Expert
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It may feel heartbreaking when your dream shoes don’t suit you the way you would want, but maybe it’s for the best. Forcing yourself into it will only make it worse for your feet. Make sure you select the one that you are comfortable with and try them out in person to check which kind is made for you. Don’t aim for high heels if you are a beginner. Start with block heels instead. Also, you can seek help from an expert to determine your foot type and what kind of shoes you should go for.

So, now that you know all kinds of heels that provide comfort to your feet, which of these is your go-to shoe? Let us know in the comments section!

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