Love Them or Hate Them, because of their such extreme variety and diversity by shape, colour and look, they are the most adored form of footwear ever.
This site is managed by heel lovers throughout the UK as an easy reference guide for people who wish to buy heel shoes or find information about them. Some contributors to this site have chosen to upload photos of their own favorite.
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Shoe Size Conversion Chart
Please note sizes may vary depending on the manufacturer
|24.5 cm||3 ½||5 ½||4 ½||36|
|4 ½||6 ½||5 ½||37 ½|
|5 ½||7 ½||6 ½||38 ½|
|6 ½||8 ½||7 ½||40|
|7 ½||9 ½||8 ½||41 ½|
|8 ½||10 ½||9 ½||42 ½|
|33 cm||11 ½||14 ½||12 ½||46|
Styles of High Heel Shoes
Below are the top styles of high heels.
One of the highest and thinnest style of high heel. Typically between 3 and 7 inches high.
A shorter version of the stiletto high heel. Usually thin and short and typically between 1 and 2" high.
A wedge can be any height, however covers the whole sole / bottom of the shoe, so it is one continuous piece from the front to the back of the shoe.
A stacked heel is usually a wide high heel. Whist providing height it's width also provides additional stability.
Wide / Block Heel
A wide or block is usually the lowest. It provides the most stability and is usually 0 to 2" high.
A cone heel is shaped like an icecream cone. It is wide at the top and gradually narrows to thin at the bottom.
Technicall a platform is not a style of heel, however it is always associated with a heel. The front sole of a shoe is raised, this means that the rear heel of the shoe must also be raised to compensate.
A ballet heel is the rarest of all mentioned on this page. It is one of the the highest heels and and gains its name because it looks like a ballet shoe, except with a stilleto heel.