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  • The "Mad Men" frenzy inevitably kicked off a kitten-heel revival, with Betty Draper, the glacial, Grace Kelly look-alike, played by January Jones, managing to look both alluring and unassailable without a stiletto in sight.

    Sensible and Stylish Summer Sandals

  • The "Mad Men" frenzy inevitably kicked off a kitten-heel revival, with Betty Draper, the glacial, Grace Kelly look-alike, played by January Jones, managing to look both alluring and unassailable without a stiletto in sight.

    Sensible and Stylish Summer Sandals

  • In happy news for what has been a dreary week, my just-purchased kitten-heel ankle boots shipped this morning.

    OMG SHOEZ!

  • My favorite Subtle and Refined accoutrements from those glory years were, as I recall, a pair of clear acrylic open-backed kitten-heel pumps, each of which was garnished with a plastic orchid.

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  • In happy news for what has been a dreary week, my just-purchased kitten-heel ankle boots shipped this morning.

    OMG SHOEZ!

  • She had on a black wrap cashmere sweater, black slacks, and kitten-heel sling-backs, and she was kind of dazzling again.

    Mary, Mary

  • The trousers were lean and long; banded with a thick, leather, hip-basque, and covering the heels of the stiletto and kitten-heel shoes, often in two-tone leather and suede.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The trousers were lean and long; banded with a thick, leather, hip-basque, and covering the heels of the stiletto and kitten-heel shoes, often in two-tone leather and suede.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The operation has a winningly homegrown feel, and Blair-wearing white kitten-heel pumps, a nubby lavender skirt suit, and a simple gold band (she hates her fingers, so Tony skipped the diamond) - made a seductive, goosey advocate.

    The New Yorker

  • The magazine said she has practically single-handedly revived arms, belts, cardigans, shifts, high hair and kitten-heel pumps.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

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