Popsugar Fashion Accessories Best Comfortable Heels 20 Low Heels That Are High on Style July 9, 2013 by Marisa Tom 136 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. View in slideshow Welcome to the new school of low-heeled heels. Here you'll find a slick range of sexy sling-back kitten heels (in brocade finishes and floral prints), polished ankle-strap pumps with crystal embellishments, and classic nude iterations, too. The common denominator? Despite the "under three inches" rule, these shoes pack a just-as-cool punch. And if you're worried about not fully maximizing the leggy look (yes, we know a killer pair of sky-high stilettos does wonders for lengthening your frame), then have a little fun with it. Go for a thigh-skimming skirt instead. All the convincing you'll need to take the low-heel plunge — aside from the obvious comfort perk — is just a click, or 20, ahead. — Additional reporting by Hannah Weil Source: Greg Kessler For the sophisticate, we've got a polished white option right here: Zara Vamp shoe ($50). Zara Vamp shoe $50 from zara.com Buy Now The cool girl knows that her Summer arsenal isn't complete without these sleek Alexander Wang Livia midheel sandals ($575) — now, go forth and style with the appropriate relaxed off-duty layers. Thanks to the soft-hued colorblocking and quirky striped heel, these Anthropologie Korin d'Orsays ($148) offer up an easy Summer-minded shoe choice. The silver-mirrored effect of Giuseppe Zanotti's open-toe low-heeled d'Orsays ($297, originally $595) provides the kind of high-shine polish that doesn't feel too crazy for an office look. Our editors are obsessed with this Tibi Louise heel ($365), the most walkable of cocktail-appropriate sandals. Leave it to Miu Miu to produce the perfect balance of classic round-toe and girlie glamour in one crystal-embellished patent pump ($895) package. Sure, this shoe may be a bit of a splurge, but we're pretty sure the decadent heel will provide the evening glamour so many of our cocktail dresses need — not to mention, the two-inch heel height is totally manageable. With just a pair of shorts and a simple tee, these classic black Zara sandals ($30, originally $50) add a breezy kind of polish, courtesy of a low heel. black Zara sandals $30 from zara.com Buy Now There's something very regal — and Marie Antoinette-inspired — about this Elizabeth and James Clark heel ($298), but our favorite part is the slightly curved upper, which gives it a smoking-slipper effect. We've got lucite accessories on the brain — and more literally, on our feet, thanks to this low-key Affair sandal by Jeffrey Campbell ($135). This Loeffler Randall Reina Heel ($295) hits all the right notes — and makes the day-to-night outfit transition a whole lot easier. No, we are nowhere near tired of the Valentino rockstud pump ($945), and to prove our point, we're looking to this red and pink kitten heel version for yet another gorgeous spin on the now-iconic silhouette. There's nothing ordinary about the Isa Tapia Myrna low-heel pump ($135-$225, originally $450). From its jagged-edge ankle detail to its bold colorblock designer, this is the kind of heel that turns heads. For a nude heel with ladylike twist, KORS Michael Kors Delphine Suede Slingback ($135) is as good as it gets. Pair it with a pretty pleated skirt and a tucked-in oxford shirt for a sweet-meets-preppy feel. For the eye-catching statement (sans the pain of a killer heel), try on these Nicholas Kirkwood zigzag-print suede pumps ($695). We're thinking these would go perfectly with black-and-white fare or as a playful pop to a navy-blue ensemble. J.Crew's Greta metallic sandals ($188) are sweet, a little edgy, and impossibly easy to walk in, thanks to a just-over-two-inch heel. The ladylike set will find exactly what they're looking for in this No. 21 lace kitten heel ($394, originally $789), which fuses floral embroidery, lace, and an unassuming height perfectly. There's nothing like the snakeskin print and a high-shine yellow hue of these Jimmy Choo Aza metallic pumps ($475, originally 950) to leave a lasting impression. This Boutique 9 Merista sandal ($70, originally $140) comes complete with two-toned sophistication and a low heel to match. Here's one slick way to spice up your 9-to-5 wardrobe. Diane von Furstenberg's Alice pump ($278) offers up a wearable shoe with a cool, cheetah-print calf-hair finish. Pair it with tapered trousers and a crisp blouse, and consider your office attire taken care of. For the funkier style-setter, this Pierre Hardy classic colorblocked pump ($342, originally $591) pairs an irresistible color duo — electric blue and saturate peach — to achieve a seriously playful effect. As POPSUGAR editors, we write about stuff we love and we think you'll like too. POPSUGAR often has affiliate partnerships, so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. AccessoriesShoesShoppingZaraAlexander WangAnthropologieGiuseppe Zanotti Want more? Get a Daily Dose of Style Sign up for our Fashion & Beauty newsletter. By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR. Customize Select the topics that interest you: Celebrity Style Street Style Beauty Tips News Thanks! You're subscribed. Want more now? Follow us!