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While a stylish and comfortable heel — aka one that looks great and doesn’t kill your feet — may be the holy grail of footwear, would you put yourself on a waitlist for a pair? It seems like many women would, and back in April, they did!
When the shoes launched on Everlane earlier this year, The Day Heel almost immediately earned a staggering 15,000-person waitlist. Luckily, they are now back in stock and still as comfortable as ever.
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.”
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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 $44, Amazon
Naturalizer Donelle Dress Pump, $40, Nordstrom Rack
Nine West Andrea Suede Dress Pump, starting at $37, Amazon
Andorra, $90, Sole Society
Anne Klein Happy, $90 and free shipping, Zappos
Trotters Candela, $100 and free shipping, Zappos
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This article was originally published in April 2017 on Today.com.