Trend Alert: Get Low With Micro Pumps

Startled by that headline? Don’t be. We’re still a kitten-heel free zone! The latest low-heel shoe trend isn’t so kitten-esque anymore…it’s pretty much full-on cat.

The feline heel, or micro pumps as we’re calling them, are those that are three inches or less in height. While they can be shrunken-down stilettos like their kitty cousins, the most on-trend way to wear the new crop of itty bitty heels is to go a little chunky. If you’re willing to drop a couple dollars (read: $670), Chloé’s take on the trend is particularly on-point. From there, simply pick your event–party, or gallery opening ?–and your shoe–sandal, or loafer?–and get dressed! Aside from being eons more comfortable than their ultra-high counterparts, If you’re a girl who doesn’t often stop to change between work and social engagements, a pair of these shoes are must-have. Though you may not achieve the same sex appeal as you would in a pair of spiked pumps, mid-height heels are just as stylish. Save your feet!

Who says short can't mean stylish? These scalloped low heels are both fashionable and comfortable, AKA perfection. Image via Pinterest.

Who says short can’t mean stylish? These scalloped low heels are both fashionable and comfortable, AKA perfection. Image via Pinterest.

Need a pair of low-heeled pumps in your life? If you’re a size 6, you’re in luck! Mieux & Mieux has a perfect pair of classic coach logo heels in stock NOW, and for only $60!  Guilt-free shopping!

What do you think of fun-sized heels? Will you be partaking in this trend?

xo,

Liza, Editorial Director

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