15 Fall Booties That Are Actually Comfortable
We’ve all been there: You leave the house looking fabulous in your high heels only to feel that arch ache and toe blister a mere ten minutes out the door. Eight hours later and you’re vowing never to put yourself through that pain again. But comfort is all in the selection. And these 15 pairs are made with that in mind—without skimping on style.
The wide, low heel on these waterproof booties makes them perfect for running errands all…day…long.
Cole Haan ($250)
Wooden Block Heel
A stacked heel offers extra support to your arch and keeps the pressure even through your whole foot.
If you’re not so into heels but want to dress up your day-to-night outfit, look no further than these mod booties.
Tory Burch ($398)
Brocade Stovepipe Heel
Get in on the tapestry trend without having to sacrifice your mobility.
Kenneth Cole ($79)
’Tis the season for statement boots (that don’t kill your feet).
Bettye by Bettye Muller ($148)
Stuart Weitzman is a fan favorite for wear-all-day shoes, so this millennial-pink pair is a no-brainer.
Stuart Weitzman ($535)
Worn Leather Boots
These guys have a cushioned footbed and come in five colors if you’re more of a gray suede kind of gal.
Small heel, huge statement.
Western Stacked Heel
This cushioned shoe will do you one better: It’s made with memory foam.
Reviewers swear by these practical booties, saying they’re just the right amount of trendy and comfortable enough for a long day on your feet.
Free People ($168)
These slip-on booties will take your jeans-and-a-tee look from average to #OOTD ready.
Sam Edelman ($140)
Everyone’s favorite work-boot brand is finally using its practical talents for fashion-forward footwear.
Studded Block Heel
The thicker the heel, the more comfortable the shoe. (The studs are just for fun.)
Dolce Vita ($180)
Clean, uncomplicated styling makes this block-heeled bootie endlessly wearable.
Corso Como ($160)