Fab Four: Wearable Midheels for Fall

Ah midheels, after a decade of skyscraper stilettos, the humble midheel is not only a sensible choice, but a surprisingly fresh one.


The mustard suede Salvatore Ferragamo Dalia has an elegantly balanced Louis heel and is on serious sale for an investment shoe.

The Maris from Paul Green is an easy schlepping around town heel, when one wants a bit of style to go with the schlep.

Although they’ve moved their manufacturing to China, Frye still offers great American classics like the  Regina Pump. Wouldn’t it be nice if they still made them in the USA?

King of the fabric shoes Badgley Mischka  offers the Monika. Remember, formal events, especially in the evening, require fabric, not leather shoes, and these fit the bill without being too bridal party.

3 Responses to “Fab Four: Wearable Midheels for Fall”

  1. Astra October 11, 2012 at 2:42 pm #

    Paul Green is my go-to brand for business shoes and travel. You can walk forever in them and they look great.

  2. La Femme October 12, 2012 at 1:31 am #

    “The mustard suede Salvatore Ferragamo Dalia has an elegantly balanced Louis heel and is on serious sale for an investment shoe.”

    Is that not a Continental heel, per Miss Plumcake’s post from Oct. 4? (I didn’t know of either, so I’m still learning).

    Nevertheless, the Natural colour version (resembles snakeskin), is beautiful, if unfortunately more than double the price.

  3. Belinda October 25, 2012 at 2:58 pm #

    Single sole shoes are back!