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7 Kinds of Heels You Should Have in Your Closet

7 Kinds of Heels You Should Have in Your Closet

Every woman’s closet would be incomplete without a pair of heels. But how do you choose which one is right for you, with all the many choices out there? Need a primer on shoe styles? We got you covered! Take a look at the eight kinds of heels that you might want to try out:

1. Wedges

If you have a problem keeping your balance, then you might want to consider wedge heels as your training wheels. After all, wider and bigger shoe soles mean more stability. Wedges are great for casual outfits, and you can team them up with pants and skirt. Even though it is a bit clunky,  it makes ankles appear thinner.

Rosalinda Wedge Sandals, P1,199 from Unlisted via
Jolie Wedges, P1,199 from Rubi via

2. Kitten heels

Not comfortable walking in five-inch heels just yet? Go for kitten heels if you’re not a fan of wedges. It’s perfect for daytime looks, whether you’re wearing a dress or jeans.

Yasmin Heel Sandals, P1,399 from Comfit via
Cara Classic Slight-Shine Kitten Heels, P899 from Velvet via

3. Mules

Mules are heels that don’t have back straps. This style is making a comeback courtesy of runway favorites like Manolo Blahnik, Balenciaga and Miu Miu. Best worn with a pair of pants (think funky ’70s), mules also look fab on skirts and summer dresses.

Buckle Peep Toe Mules, P5,509 from River Island via
Oviya Wedge Slides, P1,299 from CLN via



Peeptoes are shoes that have a narrower opening on the front, exposing your toes. They look chic when worn with jeans and a shirt, but you could also wear them to work on casual Fridays.

Peeptoe Sling Back Heels, P1,199 from Chloe Edit via
Kira Classic Peeptoe Cork Wedges, P899 from Velvet via

5. Pumps

A pair of pumps will always be your best bet for dressy events. These shoes are completely enclosed, with heels ranging from two to four inches.


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Sueded Cone Heel Pumps, P1,199 from Something Borrowed via
Kalliste Pony Lux Slingback Pumps, P30,000 from Massimo Bonini via

6. Platform heels

Platforms offer the best of both worlds: stability and added height. They were all the rage back then thanks to the Spice Girls, but platforms have gotten a style upgrade since then. Think less clunky heels from their ’90s predecessors.

Lola Studded Pumps, P1,899.75 from Follies via


Bianca Heels Sandals, P1,399 from Chloe Edit via

7. Stilettos

Stilletos have the thinnest pair of heels, which can run anywhere from three to six inches. Avoid wearing with sexy shorts and mini skirts especially during daytime, as you’ll end up looking tacky.

Pointed Heels With Ankle Strap, P899 from Something Borrowed via
Adira Sandals Heels, P1,299 from CLN via
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