THE CHIC, THE COMFORTABLE AND THE HOARD OF TRIED-AND-TRUE FOOTWEAR OF ALL TYPES, SHAPES AND STYLES ARE HERE.
Remember that time we’ve given you a rundown on the flats that you should fall for this season? Well, it’s the time early November and our motto is to not just let you stock up essential boots for fall but for all-round-trendy-footwear collection. We believe that the below collection of chic choices in footwear for women not just enhances the style but it also enhances the level of walkability.
Footwear for Women
Footwear shopping is not as easy as many ‘shoe-noobs’ would think it is. What style of shoes do I buy? What kind of outfits will they go with? How much heel is too much heel? Although we cannot answer most of those questions ourself, here are a few questions we can help you with. So in other words, if you’re getting to go shoe shopping, do not forget to take a walk-through into this ultimate footwear list of shoe styles, trendy collection, and know your shoe definition.
What are the different types of shoes?
There are casual shoes for girls, there are ladies formal shoes, there are party wear footwear, there are date ready shoes. But the pumps are the most flexible pair of shoes for women there can ever be! Just ask yourself, what colour of shoes go with everything, and pick your self a pair of pumps in that shade!
Defined by the long, thin, high heel, stilettos are both a blessing and a curse to women. The shoe style is such that it can work as formal footwear for ladies and glamorous style shoes in one go! What are the types of heels that have made many a sensible woman empty her savings on? Stilettos.
3. Kitten heels
Kitten heel is a short, slender heel, usually from 1.5 inches to 1.75 inches high, with a slight curve setting the heel in from the back edge of the shoe. Known to be the favourite of power packed women like Audrey Hepburn, Michelle Obama and Hilary Clinton, these definitely are on the top 5 list of best women formal shoes.
54. Ankle booties
A staple in most winter wardrobes around the world today, boots were not recognised as high fashion footwear until the 1970s. They could also be used as a type of formal shoes for girls.
5. Ankle Strap Heels
Also known as the women’s T-strap sandal, this type of shoe was first popularized during the 1920s. The style featured a pointed toe with a strap that reached toward the ankle from the centre of the toe to a horizontal strap circling the ankle. It’s debatable if they could be considered a one of the types of formal shoes.
This type of shoes is defined by a single piece of material serving as both the sole and the heel. Typically with a sole that is much thicker at the back compared to the front, making it high heeled shoe style.
7. Cone Heels
Wide where it connects to the sole of a shoe and narrowing significantly to the point where it reaches the ground, cone heels are unique and different, types of shoes that are usually worn with fun and flirty dresses.
8. Gladiator Sandals
T-strap sandals with several straps running across the front of the foot, Gladiator sandals are the most comfortable and flexible of the different types of shoes for women.
9. Gladiator Boots
10. Sling back heels
11. Ballerina Flats
Ballet flats, ballerinas or Dolly shoes are inspired from women’s soft ballet shoe, with a very thin heel creating an appearance of no heel at all, with closed toes.
12. Open Toe Sandals
Keeping it simple, and easy to breathe, open toe sandals are the best type of shoes to be wearing in the summer.
13. Peep-Toe Heels
With an opening at the toe-box which allows the toes to show, peep toe heels can be used as both formal wear and party wear.
14. Cork High Heels
There isn’t a single type of dress the cock high cannot immediately make for fun.
With an obvious thick sole, usually in the range of 3–10 cm, and heel that is raised significantly higher than the ball of the foot, platform heels are not for the clumsy women.
16. Spool heels
A spool heel is a heel that is wide at the top and bottom and narrower in the middle, considered far more practical and comfortable than all the other different kind of heels.
17. Mary Janes
Characterised by a closed, low-cut, with one or more straps across the instep, Mary Janes is an American term for these shoes also known as bar shoes or doll shoes.
Characterised by ‘close-lacing’, Oxfords at their purest form are meant to be a type of womens formal shoes. However, they’ve evolved over the years to be more suitable as casual shoes too!
20. Espadrille Heels
The defining characteristic of Espadrilles or Espardenyes, the esparto rope sole, usually have a canvas or cotton fabric upper and a flexible sole made of Espartorope.
If you’ve heard clueless women ask you ‘are shoes and boots the same thing?’, wait till they see mules! But in its most simplistic sense, Mule is a style of shoe that has no back or constraint around the foot’s heel.
Rubber shoes, athletic shoes, types of sneakers, trainers, gym shoes, different types of shoes hard to tell apart. Trainers, however, are shoes for women designed more to the specific sport or activity.
23. Thigh High Boots
Most commonly inspired by fictional characters from fairy tales and fantasies, fantasy footwear is only for women not afraid to stand out and make a statement.
Did the list of different types of shoes with pictures and names, and their uses help?
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