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Pumps

Also known as simply high heels, pumps are usually wider and between 2 and 3 inches in height. They're typically low cut around the front.

 

Stilletos

The highest of all the high heels, stilettos can reach up to 8 inches. While these heights can cause problems walking for many, it's a worthy skill for the lengthening effect they have on one's legs. Note: many stilettos are also platforms due to the height (see below for platforms).

Wedges

There are two different types of wedge shoes: wedge heels and wedge sandals. Wedge heels are flush just like a high heel would be, and there is no separation from the heel to the sole.

 

Block Heels
A thick, sturdy heel on a shoe, often square- or rectangular-shaped. 
Sandals

An exposed shoe style that includes an open toe and open back. Slips on and is held in place with leather or fabric straps across the foot.

 

Mules

A shoe or sandal characterized by a closed, or nearly closed, toe and a backless heel of any height.

 

Peep Toe
A shoe with a narrow opening in the front that exposes the toes.
Platform

A high heel shoe with a thick sole under the front part of the foot.

 

Boots

A type of shoe that covers the whole foot and extends anywhere from right above the ankle bone all the way up to the thigh; boots can be casual, dressy, or practical.

Booties

A shoe that resembles a very short ankle boot.

 

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