Red High Heels
Nothing sparks creative expression like red high heels.
So versatile they can be worn with so many outfits from denim jeans to midi dresses.
But don't just save them for your formal occaisions.
If they feel good then let them shine any time you put them on.
We display our shoes in Australian (AUS) women’s shoe sizes which is the same sizing as American (US).
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How to Measure Your Size
1. You will need a ruler, pen, and a piece of A4 paper.
2. Place the piece of paper flat on the ground and stand on it. Make sure your foot is flat and your foot is in the middle of the piece of paper.
3. Draw a mark behind your heel and another in front of your longest toe. If one of your feet is larger than the other, use the longer foot to calculate your size.
4. Measure the distance between the the two lines.
5. Find your measurement on the ladies’ size chart above to determine your correct size. If your measurement falls between two sizes, we recommend taking into consideration whether you're purchasing a closed in shoe such as a boot or ballet flat and whether you'll be wearing socks or stockings.
Also remember your left and right foot will vary in length and width, so choose the size you think will be most comfortable for you.
Each shoe style is fit tested in Australia and we do everything we can to make a fit as close as possible to the correct AU standard sizing measurements.
Use these sizes and measurements as a guide only. You know your feet best!
Still need help finding your perfect fit? Contact our customer care team here firstname.lastname@example.org
Red High Heels FAQs
Can you wear red shoes with a black dress?
Yes of course. There is nothing as much of a statement piece as the contrast of the hot red against the flat black.
What color of toenails go with red heels?
Nude is a really good choice as they let the shoes be the hero without clashing your toenails.
What color of dress goes well with red heels?
A blue denim, black or white dress will look great. Think about how the red will pop against the consistent colour. When it comes to patterns and prints the trick is maximise the contrast of colours.