When it comes to revamping your wardrobe, there are some key pieces that can make all the difference. If you’re not keen on going all-out with the bright trend, a colour pop bag will represent against your monochrome outfit. Equally, if you’re the kind of lady who just loves her Little Black Dress, a pair of statement heels can transform your look. Here, we take a look at three of the biggest high heel trends of the season.

 

1. The ‘sock’ boot

If you were excited by the trainer trend, then this one is right up your street. The soft ‘sock’ boot is striking the balance between comfort and glamour this season, sliding on to your foot just like a stocking while making a chic statement. These make for a comfortable alternative to your solid court shoe, and will look great whether teamed with denims or a sophisticated skirt or dress.

 

 

2. The cage shoe

The cage look is well and truly in for spring, and what makes this trend so popular is that there are so many different ways to wear it. From dainty straps running from the toe to the ankle to full-on gladiator sandals, this is a look that can be as elegant and understated or edgy and abstract as you wish.

 

 

3. The kitten heel

It seems that comfort is a key element of the Spring/Sumer ’15 trends, as the return of the kitten heel demonstrates perfectly. Up there with the skyscraper heels this season are chunky mid-heels, flatforms and this dainty style, which just oozes femininity and sophistication. Perfect to throw on when you need a little bit of height, or to glam up an outfit, you won’t be struggling to walk or nursing sore feet with a kitten heel.

 

 

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