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A stylish and comfortable heel — aka one that looks great and doesn’t kill your feet — may be the holy grail of footwear. But, would you put yourself on a waitlist for a pair? It seems many women would, and last year, they did!
What makes these heels so special? For starters, they’re crafted with super soft Italian leather. These ballet-inspired beauties also feature a rounded toe, cushioned insole, 2-inch block heel and elastic back. Plus, they’re available in 12 different colors. They ring in at $145, which isn't terrible considering they're well-made and the company promises that they’re “a heel you can walk in. All. Damn. Day.”
The Day Heel, $145, Everlane
”I love how the leather of this shoe just molds to my foot — and the soft elastic keeps it in place without any pinching,“ says Lisa Przystup, who took them for a trial run and shared her experience on Everlane’s site.
If spending $145 on footwear doesn’t sound like something you're into, check out these equally awesome and affordable alternatives that are available right now!
Seychelles Canopy Dress Pump, starting at $24, Amazon
Naturalizer Donelle Dress Pump, $40, Nordstrom Rack
Nine West Andrea Suede Dress Pump, starting at $52, Amazon
Andorra block heel pump, $90, Sole Society
Trotters Candela, $100, Zappos
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This article was originally published in April 2017 on Today.com.