10 Best Low Heel Shoes For Work

Updated on: October 2021

Best Low Heel Shoes For Work in 2021


Clarks Women's Emslie Lulin Dress Pump, Black, 6.5 M US

Clarks Women's Emslie Lulin Dress Pump, Black, 6.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Clarks Women's Linvale Jerica Pump, Black Leather, 090 M US

Clarks Women's Linvale Jerica Pump, Black Leather, 090 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Heel Height 2.2 inches
  • OrthoLite footbed
  • Cushion Soft technology
  • Full Grain Leather

Clarks Women's Emslie Warren Slip-on Loafer,Black Leather,7 M US

Clarks Women's Emslie Warren Slip-on Loafer,Black Leather,7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Heel height 2.16"
  • Ortholite footbed
  • Cushion soft
  • Button Trims
  • A full-grain leather upper with a dramatic, sweeping shape and a low, chunky heel makes this style as distinct as it is wearable

LifeStride Women's Suki Pump, Black, 8 M US

LifeStride Women's Suki Pump, Black, 8 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • LifeStride Soft System
  • Available in Medium and Wide Widths

LifeStride Women's Adley Ankle Boot, Black, 7 M US

LifeStride Women's Adley Ankle Boot, Black, 7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Flexible Sole
  • Available in Medium and Wide widths

Clarks Women's Flores Tulip Wedge Pump,Black Leather,7.5 M US

Clarks Women's Flores Tulip Wedge Pump,Black Leather,7.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Heel height 2.2"
  • Ortholite footbed
  • Cushion soft

LifeStride Women's Dig Flat, Navy Kylie, 8 W US

LifeStride Women's Dig Flat, Navy Kylie, 8 W US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Lifestride soft system
  • Flexible outsole
  • Designed for stability and balnce

LifeStride Women's Solace, Black, 7.5 M US

LifeStride Women's Solace, Black, 7.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • LifeStride soft system technology
  • Flexible sole
  • Traction outsole

LifeStride Women's Parigi Pump, Black Kiddy, 7 M US

LifeStride Women's Parigi Pump, Black Kiddy, 7 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Array

Clarks Women's Cheyn Clay Loafer, Black Leather, 9 W US

Clarks Women's Cheyn Clay Loafer, Black Leather, 9 W US
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Heel Height 1.22 inches
  • OrthoLite footbed
  • Cushion Soft technology
  • Ultra-Lightweight sole
  • Full Grain Leather

High Heel Shoes Retailer in Texas

Shawn Bassett is into mobile shoes. Her Stiletto Steppin' vans are rolling into venues with shelves of shoes. I wondered if she might be asked to replenish the Iron Butterfly's shoe inventory, which was reported by the Huffington Post as damaged.

"Heels on Wheels," made so much sense to Shawn Bassett that she took her vision from a burning idea and timely concept to a Stiletto Steppin' van in 2020. Now with two vans, a boutique in Webster, Texas plus a warehouse to stock her inventory; Bassett is bringing shoes to the masses. She uses her own body as what she described as a "walking billboard." Bassett said she is planning on expanding to 4-5 more non-franchised vans. Her business amounts to shoes on wheels, brought to the women who want them.

She said she bought the vans as shells, and had them designed inside and outside. She described what she wanted and saw it come to vivid, rolling reality before her eyes. The second updated/upgraded van bears the image of a candy apple red stiletto on one rear side panel, two pair on the other side and a chic shoe-wearing diva model on the back.

People either see her walking around venues all glammed up, or they see the vans and want to know more.

Bassett explained that she knows that women may leave home without a purse or accessories, but they have to put on a pair of shoes. "I want to bring it to them," she said. And bring it she does. Bassett goes to salons, does private showings, goes to intimate settings and attends many hair events. "I bring the store to your door. I travel out of town," she stated.

She brought her Houston-based business to Austin for UT's Fest Africa event on Friday, October 21, 2020. Her van was parked in a prominent spot near the venue, and she walked around showcasing her style gifts. Her personal bling and stroll intices a females like the Pied Piper's music.

I also saw people drawn to the striking van like moths to flames.

Bassett had a certain gravity that attracted my attention and wooed me back to the van. It was there that I understood that she had found the sweetness in females' cravings for shoes.

I inwardly wondered what things might have been like if she'd rolled her van up to a certain shoe collecting Philippina's home with her Stiletto Steppin' van in the 80's.

"Where did you get your shoes from?" clutches of college girls asked her. She said this is a common question. They followed the pathway of her shoes as she did a marketing meandering walk around the Main Mall. It reminded me of what it would look like were a bread crumb trail left for the famished and leading to a feast.

Like other customers, the students were allowed to step into the van and look at the shelves of eye-popping, jaw-dropping shoes. They were able to try their selections on in the carpeted interior, and then peep at themselves wearing them in the van mirrors. She sold some shoes to the fashion conscious students that night.

She said all of her clients are VIP, even if they ended up not making a purchase. If someone calls for her, she said she responds, "I'll be there." When a hair salon phones to request shoes on wheels at their business, she said she offers the same response. "It makes the women feel special when I come to them," she explained.

"I want the shoes to do the talking," stated Bassett. She said she sometimes has to tell a prospect that a pair of shoes doesn't work for them. For instance, she said stilettos aren't for everyone. If a customer can't find the right pair she said she offers, "I don't have anything for you today, but keep checking."

Although stilettos reign on the van design, she said her average heel is only 21/2 inches. Her selections do go as high as 6", and she finds that tall women sometimes prefer those. "I don't care, let me have it," says some of her model height clients.

Six foot basketball player Sheryl Swoopes purchased a high heel number from her before. "She didn't have no problem," offered Bassett.

Bassett has had to teach a few women how to rock their style. With high heels she explained, "You have to lean forward and your posture has to be correct."

Her first client, identified as Jackie, is still a customer. She found it a complement that this customer still buys from her today.

And of course, Bassett wears her signature shoes. Exclusively. When I asked if she ever purchased from anywhere else, she responded, "I'm branding myself, so no way."

She puts entire outfits together, and often shows how different color schemes complement each other. "I think outside the box," she offered.

She said she is now selling matching sets with clutches and shoes.

Her business has given a few retailers a run for their money. She recounts being run off from a mall where she used to park. She's taken malls out of her route now, but is in great demand in so many other places.

What she finds is trending now are the Cigar Shoe, which is a flat shoe. "That shoe is very, very popular."

Also trending is the heel-less wedge. A leopard print pair can be found on her Facebook page. She described them as a shoe where the wearer looks like she's about to fall. As she explained it, the support is in the instep. Also called the invisible heel, she said this shoe is easier to walk in than many people might think.

Shoes on wheels used to mean roller skates, roller blades, or roller shoes. Shawn Bassett has slid another take on that concept under the door, and shoe-loving women are loving her for it.

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