Get on the block! And rock the latest comeback trend of the season with super sexy and (finally) comfy block heels.
The block heel trend is a sweet way to refresh your denim outfits for spring and makes your casual wear look sexy. We cheer for this style as it is not only super feminine, but also perfect for strolling around the city! So leave the stilleto’s for now, and feel on top of the world in these stacked heels. And since we could all use some styling tips; here comes our take on styling your block heels for spring!
Block heels for spring
Pair the REBA with denim for a modern update of the 70's trend. The slingback style with wide straps and a stacked block heel is the perfect way to mix in a little vintage vibe into your spring looks. Want to go for a more classic take on the block heel trend? Then our FRIDAY block heels or the mid-heel style DEBBIE will do the trick!
Trendy block heels
Give your outfit a twist by combining your favourite block heels with some flashy socks. Trust us you will turn heads if you pair up your sandals with block heels with some fun details. Go for sporty, glitter or colour block socks to make a true street style statement. You're welcome!
Mules with block heels
Another trend we can't let pass by is the mule trend. Nothing better than to slip into something comfortable and still be able to rock the streets. Our heeled mules really make a fashion statement out of your favourite spring dresses, shorts and flared pants. Rock our classic heeled mules DALIS or really go all out with the DALIS-C, a block heel mule with a lucid heel.
Block heel sandals
Of course you still can't go wrong with a pair of steady mid-heel sandals. Our ultimate favourite IRENEE comes in lots of different shades and materials, so there's always one out there to match your style. Another most loved style is our CARRSON. These classic tall block heel sandals will never go out of style!
No doubt that our block heels are solid as a rock. Are you hitting the streets with a pair of classic mid-heel sandals, trendy heeled mules or throwback slingbacks? Pick your favourite now!