Comfy Heels For Girls Who Hate Heels

Trust us, you'll want all of them.

Heels definitely give you an instant height (and confidence) boost, but we can't deny the fact that most pairs are just not great for walking around all day. 

Here, we rounded up seven kinds of comfy and stylish shoes that you can opt for instead of your killer stilettos:

  1. Sandals

    Sandals are definitely not just for summer! Putting on a pair of wedge sandals is an easy way to make your otherwise casual look a little more dressed up.



    Wedge sandals, P1,399.95, Primadonna

    Wedge sandals with esparto rope design, P1,295, Lupe Saenz

  2. Loafers

    There’s definitely more to office shoes than pointy toe pumps and ballet flats.


    Plastic heeled loafers, P3,495, Melissa


    Silver pointy-toe loafers, P2,349, Mango

  3. Block Heels


    Trade your flats for these relatively lower-heeled options for an instant OOTD upgrade. You still get a height boost sans the pain! 

    Black and gray ribbon sandal, P1,850, Sala


    Low-heeled Mary Janes, P2,199, Charles & Keith

  4. Sneakers


    If you’re a sneakers kind of girl, then this one’s for you. In a velvet finish or with embroidery detail, you can casually ~sneak~ in these pairs even to work!


    Velvet trainers, P2,295, Stradivarius


    White sneakers with embroidery, P1,649, Something Borrowed

  5. Mules


    We’re still not over mules! These are closet staples that can go with anything in your closet—from distressed jeans to boxy shifts.


    Low-heeled mules, P1,099, Cole Vintage


    Navy blue suede mules, P999, The SM Store

  6. Booties


    You can get a trendy white pair that every Instagram star has, or go for a classic, Beatles-inspired pair.


    White ankle boots, P2,995, Mango


    Chelsea boots, P2,999, Charles & Keith

  7. Slip-ons


    Take them from the office to your nights out easily! 

    Weave leather slip-on sandals, P2,850, Lupe Saenz

    Black slip on sandals, P1,599.99, Primadonna

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