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Celeb-inspired ways to wear high heels

By Rediff Get Ahead
January 06, 2021 15:56 IST
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Rihanna started off 2021 by putting her stylish foot forward.

Posting a pic of herself posing by the pool, the singer flaunted a pair of lace-up gladiator heels.

Looking fierce in a metallic sarong worn with a matching bikini, Rihanna served up some serious style inspiration.

Here's looking at some more stunning celeb-inspired high heel styles for you.

IMAGE: Thanks to Rihanna, gladiator heels will be soon back in vogue.
The laced-up footwear goes well with high-slit silhouettes and mini-skirts.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Rihanna/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Need inspiration to put your fashion foot forward in 2021?
Beyonce has all the style inspiration you need with this sexy pair of nude heels.
She rounded off the look with a flirty, cleavage-plunging dress, vibrant red-and-yellow sunglasses, hoops and a shimmering clutch.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Beyonce/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Sakshi Malik has a cue for people who would love to experiment with bold colours.
Pairing her bright red heels with a monochromatic look, she showed us how to add a pop of colour to an otherwise regular look.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Sakshi Malik/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Meher Vij teamed her pink lips with matching heels and won fashion.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Meher Vij/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Boots will never go out of style and Nia Sharma's stylish look is all the proof you need.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Nia Sharma/Instagram

 

IMAGE: There's no stopping Hina Khan from making a super-stylish sartorial statement.
Her tied-up pumps with heels are totally drool-worthy. 
Photograph: Kind courtesy Hina Khan/Instagram

 

IMAGE: Krystle D'Souza served up plenty of vintage style in a polka-dotted top, high-waist trousers and red heels.
Photograph: Kind courtesy Krystle D'Souza/Instagram

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