When you buy a pair of luxurious Tanya Heath shoes, you’re only buying part of those shoes. And with prices on par with upscale brands like Stuart Weitzman or Miu Miu, this might seem off-putting. But Tanya Heath shoes come with a secret: you buy your shoes and heels separately, meaning that you customize your shoe’s look and height depending on the event and occasion. You could even change your heels throughout the day. At the office? Start with the short block Christophe heel. Dinner date? Upgrade to the 2.5-inch Damien heel. Going to a special event? Up the ante with the sexy 3.5-inch Francois stiletto.
The heels themselves come in pairs for between $50 and $140 (for ribbon-embellished “Boudoir” heels) and come in a variety of colours and finishes. There are neon heels, glitter heels and heels adorned with spikes – plus, of course, standard black, taupe, navy and party-ready metallics. Buy two pairs of the same heel – one neon orange, one neon yellow – and really add some personality to your pumps.
Need a way to justify buying a new pair of designer heels? Tell yourself you’re making an investment for many seasons to come. Just buy a new set of heels and update your shoes. Just like that, they’re brand new and ready for an outing. That’s pretty cool, don’t you think?