stacked heel

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a heel made of many layers of leather

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99; Ski Bunny Snowflake quilted wedge boots, pounds 40 from Brantano; Marks & Spencer's black lace-up, pounds 75 Main picture: Lisa boots from Oasis, with stacked heel and swinging tassels
Complete the look with a pair of knee-high round-toed boots with a stacked heel, and a winter coat with fake fur trim
Mervyn's shoe department spokeswoman Sherry Frias reports women of all ages are buying them, especially the ones featuring a short, stacked heel.
GMTV stylist John Scott says: "The very rounded toe and the block stacked heel will be in.
We found a similar shoe with a rounded toe and stacked heel for $29.
The wider the heel, the more stable the shoe: A platform or stacked heel trumps a stiletto.
The Platform shoe: These first appeared as `chopines', 16th century stacked heel shoes popular with rich ladies in Venice and France.
The trendy stacked heel is practical as well as stylish and they look great over jeans or a pair of jodpur-style trousers.
The featured shoes from the Exchange by Charles David line include a patent leather round toe platform pump with a thick stacked heel and a patent leather open toe platform sandal with a stacked heel.
Mary Jane shoes, wide-brimmed hats, boots with wooden stacked heels, vintage tea-dress floral prints and blouses with Peter Pan collars worn under bobble knit sweaters are all nods to the 1970s.
And, while you may think platform shoes and stacked heels reached the height of idiocy in recent history, you would be wrong.
Marc Jacobs kicked off the trend with his spring/summer 2011 show (right) full of feminine maxi dresses, chunky stacked heels, feathered glam rock accessories, and colour, lots of colour.
And when the fashionistas turned on their perfectly stacked heels and strutted their stuff back stage, the audience were entertained music courtesy ofWideload, and energetic dance routines by Mundo Dance, The Gossip, and Academy Allstars.
London, June 10 (ANI): After stacked heels and standing on tiptoe, undersized French President Nicolas Sarkozy has found a new way to make up for his lack of inches - a footstool.