Strut your stuff in a pair of heeled mules
Heeled mules are every lazy girl's dream shoe! It couldn't be easier to wear these shoes: just slip them on and kick them off, without any buckles, laces or zips to deal with. Not used to walking in mules? You might be nervous at first. An ill-fitting pair of mules can easily fall off your feet. If they fit properly, there should be no flapping under your heel as you walk. Make sure you choose a pair that fit like a glove; if they have a pointed toe, you may want to go up half a size to ensure that you have room. Give your toes a wiggle when you try them on. You should be able to move them without any problems. To help you get around, you may also want to put gel insoles under the balls of your feet. These will help your mules stay in place.
How to show off your women's heeled mules
Whether clogs or classic mules, a great pair of heeled mules can look good just about anywhere! Strappier styles are ideal for casual occasions or holidays, while smarter pairs can be worn to the office. If you're going to wear your mules to work, be sure to style them carefully to make sure that they don't look too relaxed. Because of the unique construction of the shoe, they can look awkward with tights. It's better to pair them with smart trousers. Both straight trousers and wide-legged styles will look good; just make sure they're the right length, with the hem hitting just above your toe.
The best mules for you
There are heeled mules in just about every style. Wedges are one of the most casual options, and are also easy to walk in. They make a great starting point for newcomers to mules; as you get used to them, you can move on to chunky heels and eventually try a pair of stilettos! Mule wedges are good for summer holidays, while clog heels are a more versatile alternative that you'll be able to wear around the city for a look that's a mixture of Bohemian and smart. Mules usually have an open toe; some are more sandal-like, with thin, criss-crossing straps, while others have a single, broad strap crossing across the top of the foot. The latter are smarter, more appropriate for formal occasions.