These heels aren’t so long, but they are cute. Ok, I agree that not every woman will like them, but it’s not the only time in history that the kitten heel has made its mark. Even Audrey Hepburn was in on the action back in the 1960s. The “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” actress was styled in a chic navy look with matching kitten heels on the set of “How to Steal a Million” in 1966.
The kitten heel seems to be the happy medium of hot weather footwear. Take it from the influencers: Kendall Jenner was photographed sporting a slingback mini-heel with a pair of ankle-cropped jeans, while Gigi Hadid stepped out in tiny-heeled mules to go with her print trousers. Though the micro-heel, which varies in measurements from around 1.5 to 1.75 inches, is back, it has sometimes suffered from a slighted reputation as the signature shoe of not-a-girl-not-yet-a-woman stage in life.
The most important factor is to show some skin or a toe via a slingback or a sandal. Remember that, and the kitten heel is the cat’s meow.
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