Trend: Kitten Heels Make a Comeback

 Kitten heels were first introduced in the 1950's, and today are synonymous with a sort of classic elegance. As 1950's glamour has come scurrying back into vogue this season, so has everything with a retro twist, and that means the return of the kitten heel. Notoriously hard to pull off, the kitten heel is seductive and classic. Marc Jacobs sent his models down the runway for his Marc Jacobs line with their feet clad in a similar style, and kept the 50's vibe alive with full skirts for Louis Vuitton.

They might not be the easiest shoe to pull off, but are simple to slip on with a pair of jeans, or to give an updated twist with a LBD. Kitten heels are an easy way of injecting a touch of the 50's into your outfit without going whole hog, so why not slip on a pair and give this Mad Men inspired look a try?

Chain detail shoe
EUR 395 (
 Jimmy Choo
Gala patent-leather pump
€431 (

Georgina Goodman
Fisher shoes
£381 (
 Giambattista Valli
Bow suede pumps
€711 (

 Giuseppe Zanotti
Leopard-print leather pumps
€440 (
 Christian Louboutin
Souris 70 lace and calf hair pumps
€595 (

 Marc Jacobs
Leather pumps
€395  (
 Marc Jacobs
Faux-ostrich leather pumps
€395 (

 Miu Miu
Studded patent-leather pumps
€407 (

Leather peep toe heels
EUR 509 (

Designer engraved slanted heel shoe
EUR 450 (

Stella McCartney
Slingback heels
£365 (

'Town' court shoe
EUR 355 (

 Tabitha Simmons
Cecilia velvet pumps
€778 (

Black leather onion heels
EUR 264 (

Leather heel
EUR 969 (

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