Women’s Pumps

They make our legs longer, look so beautiful and emphasize our feminine side - high heels or pumps are a dream for most fashionable women, as long as you can run in it. The selection of models is so diverse - a small overview you can get in our style guide.

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Style Guide Women’s Pumps

Mules – Pumps from Chloé

Very boho, very Seventies – Mules are more trendy than ever! Summery with colorful Maxi dresses, playful blouses and a hippie flair, the Mules feel most comfortable. Models like Chloé bring you to daydreaming.

Slingback Pumps by Chanel

For a long time, she had only worn your grandmother but since spring 2016 the shoe has been the par excellence. You can combine it with a trend that was once reserved for ladies over 60 – the Plissé Rock. If you do not want to risk this trend, add a edgy twist to the Slingback Pump with cool, frayed boyfriend jeans.

Stiletto – sexy pumps by Jimmy Choo and Louboutin

Hey Sexy! Not only in the evening to the sexy dress-gown makes the provocative pump good – during the day with casual jeans and straight cut carrot pants he looks just as good. In general, Carrie Bradshaw is a good style model as far as stilettos is concerned – it shows that, combined with the right, is always wearable. Our favorite models include the Pigalle or So Kate Pump by Louboutin and Jimmy Choo Anouck.

Platform Pump of Saint Laurent

With the Saint Laurent Tribute Pump and its debut in 2004, the demand for Platform Pumps has grown immeasurably – all they wanted to have. So you can safely say that exactly the shoe represents the 2000s. With the comeback – Paris Hilton Style and Juicy Couture Tracksuits, it is also expected that the Platform Pump will see more and more at the feet of Fashionestas worldwide.

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