Want Legs Up to Here? Then You'll Need This #1 Pair of Flattering Heels

Done deal.

If we’re talking about classic wardrobe investments, a pair of neutral heels ranks pretty high on the chart. Best part? They're the shoe type that'll never date and you can wear all year round. Clean and sophisticated, a good neutral heel is a reliable way to finish off an outfit. Whether you’re rocking a neutral palette or embracing bold prints, slipping into a midi dress or jeans, the nude heel has the power to complete almost any look.

The magical way a pair of nude heels can elongate the leg shouldn’t be underestimated either—especially by petite girls hoping to gain an extra inch. The key to nude heels, however, is to first find the right shade for you—it should be as close to your natural skin tone as possible. And secondly, the white shoes rule strictly applies here too—you have to keep them in pristine condition, else they’ll expose you immediately. A favourite among street style stars as soon as spring hits, there are endless ways to style them. So to help you find a little inspiration, we’ve rounded up a few of our top-rated nude heel outfits right here.

Keep scrolling for the street style guide to what to wear with neutral heels, plus the best pairs to invest in right now.

Keep bold stripes the focus by adding a pair of nude pumps.
Nude sandals + denim = Yes.
The look works just as well with nude ankle boots too, for when the weather the isn't quite warm enough.
A nude sandal is the perfect pairing for a fresh floral.
Keep a neutral palette consistent by finishing with nude pumps or sock boots.
Nothing kills an ethereal vibe like the wrong colour shoes. Enter nude heels.
When it's spring but not exactly warm? Nude ankle boots are the answer.
That knack for elongating the leg becomes particularly useful if midi skirts tend to cut your legs in an unflattering spot.
Statement skirts don't need competition from your footwear.

Next up, all the best-selling skinny jeans you'll want to wear.

Opening image: @tamummcpherson photography: @tylerjoe

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