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Fall in Seattle may mean stashing those sandals away and going for more height in the form of boots, closed-toed pumps, and chunky kitten heels. But when it comes to heels, it's not the height that matters but rather the amount of flare they add to your outfit and how much of a confidence boost they may give you. That means opting for a pair that's as comfortable as they are kick-ass.
Re-Mix Rita, Pretty Parlor
These sweet 1940s slingbacks are a find for vintage-lovers. They're fitted with a four-inch heel, mini platform, bow detailing, and adjustable heel strap. Capitol Hill
Nisolo Dari Water-Resistant Bootie, Nordstrom
This pair of leather Dari booties by Nisolo comes with a cushioned insole and a water-resistant finish because, well, Seattle.
Stand out from the crowd with these unique pumps, featuring a square toe, elastic backs, and cylindrical heel that'll add two inches. They also come with an extra pair of heel caps. Madrona
Seychelles Make an Entrance Heel, September
Turn heads with a pair that's equal parts classically feminine and modern as hell. The chunky striped heel works as the ultimate power move. Ballard
Vagabond Hedda Boots, Pipe and Row
The Hedda Boots by Vagabond are inspired by retro fashions with a flattened toe and angled block heel. Fremont
Wal & Pai Mirage Slide, Glasswing
For those casual days, step into these handcrafted leather slides from Brazil. They offer an effortless lift and make for an ideal transitional piece. Capitol Hill
You can't go wrong with suede, and these espresso booties are particularly tempting. A rounded pointed toe and unique cut make them as sharp as they are functional. Downtown
Esska Flask Metallic Copper Heel, Sole Food
Whether you need heels for a special event, the holidays, or just a weekend out, these metallic leather heels with vamp cutouts are it. University Village