6 Pink High Heels That Bring Out Your Feminine Side

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Pink High Heels Are So Feminine!

Ask any man and they’ll say that pink is a girls’ color. Now that maybe true but what this popular conception actually aims at, is the fact that pink is from the time when our mothers would dress us up in cute little outfits. We would feel like princesses, but more than that, in adulthood, it became the color that brought us back to our feminine side. Here are some great examples of gorgeous pink high heels that take the color pink to the next level!

Oscar De La Renta Scalloped bow-embellished pink leather pumps

Oscar De La Renta Scalloped bow-embellished pink leather pumps

This label became synonymous in time with elegance, sophistication and above all – femininity. Whether it’s a gown or a shoe it will always make sure to bring forward your strong points and make you feel comfortable and beautiful! This shoe is just another example of their marvelous craftsmanship. It is comfortable, due to the leather used and its 4.5” heel and even more exciting to wear thanks to its perfect feminine details, such as the classy bow and scalloped edges!

Christian Louboutin Pigalle Follies Pink Patent-Leather Pumps

Christian Louboutin Pigalle Follies Pink Patent-Leather Pumps

Another Italian shoe, another gorgeous head turner! A sexy Louboutin is a must have in any woman’s wardrobe, not because it’s a famous label, but because these shoes bring out the sexy and confident woman we all have inside of us, but just didn’t get the chance to let it out! This shoe especially, is the signature Louboutin pump with the red sole and in a strong, vibrating color to make it a statement piece. The heel is 4” and the sole, lining and upper part of the shoe are all made with high quality leather for your feet to be pampered all day long!

Valentino ‘Couture Bow’ Pink d’Orsay Pump

Valentino ‘Couture Bow’ Pink d’Orsay Pump

Never thought that upon gazing at a pair of heels i would instantly think of cupcakes or anything sweet! But that’s exactly what this shoe is – sweet and feminine, a real work of art! The bow is the show stopper, but the asymmetric sides and the warm, soft, glossy pink color bring this shoe to another level.

Camya Platform Pink Heels

Camya Platform Pink Heels

“Go bold or go home” these shoes seem to shout! And they are right! Spice up any outfit with this dark pink suede heel, which is not only affordable, but can be worn with jeans for a casual night on the town or a cocktail dress for a special occasion. The 1” platform will give you the stability you need to just keep on dancing!

SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker Fawn Glass Pink Metallic Point-Toe Pump

SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker Fawn Glass Pink Metallic Point-Toe Pump

First time I heard Sarah Jessica Parker was going to design a line of shoes i thought to myself that I have to see it to believe it! Well it’s finally here and it’s what we’ve been expecting and more. This stiletto for example is a statement in itself experimenting with the unusual color – glass pink, but succeeding at being chic and beautiful through the classic lines and the pointed toe with low-dipped vamp.

Paloma Pink High Heels

Paloma Pink High Heels

Go for “out of the ordinary” with this satin pink pump with a gorgeous fan detail on the back and a 6” heel with a 1” platform! Not only are these shoes funky and refreshing but they come with a pair of trompe l’oeil suspenders tights to match to your new shoes! They can be worn all year round and this already classic silhouette won’t go out of fashion too soon!

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