Heels

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Heels
You can kick up any outfit with a pair of heels that are perfectly you, thanks to the do-it-yourself site Shoes of Prey. Click through silhouettes, materials, colors, and embellishments, then scrutinize your design in the 360-degree-view tool. Purple leather slingbacks with silver edging in a size 6? Done. Glittery size 8 peep-toe T-straps with blue bows? In your cart in less than five minutes. All shoes are built by hand and can be returned for any reason.

To start you off on the right foot, O's creative director, Adam Glassman, shares a few tips for customizing wisely.

Platforms are more comfortable than other types of heels, and they provide an easy way to play with color blocking.

Pointy toes, T-straps, and trimmed edges tend to draw the eye in, subtly flattering wider feet.

Don't forget foot proportion when choosing a heel style: Stilettos look great with narrow feet; thicker heels are a better match for wider ones.

Animal prints are more versatile than you may realize. But if you want to add even more pizzazz to your zebra-print heel, choose color trim rather than flashier embellishments like bows or studs.

Starting at $180; shoesofprey.com
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