Really high heels aren't comfortable, but celebs wear them anyway, especially on the red carpet. Check out the hottest very high heel shoes worn by celebrities.
High heels are a major attraction for petite women who want to
look their best on the red carpet. Take a look at the most
impressive very high heel shoes worn by celebrities.
A big fan of really high heels, the American singer outdid herself on the red carpet at the 2012 ALMA Awards with Christian Louboutin's Decorapump. The gorgeous bejeweled black shoes really took her look up a notch.
Even though she doesn't need the extra height, Cameron Diaz seems to love very high heel shoes. Her most impressive look is from the 2012 LACMA Art + Film Gala, where she wore black Gucci ankle-cuff sandals with really high heels.
At 5'11", the Australian beauty rarely wore high heels during her marriage to Tom Cruise, but she hasn't avoided them for more than a decade. In Christian Louboutin Vampanodo sandals, Kidman towered over the red carpet at the 2012 Emmy Awards.
Mixing fun and sexy, Katy Perry isn't afraid to wear very high heel shoes with brightly colored hair. At the 2010 MTV Movie Awards, the singer rocked the red carpet in really high heels: Rock & Republic gray shoes with yellow accents at the back for a stylish candy inspired look.
The German actress with a height of 5'7" frequently sports very high heels on the red carpet. One of her most controversial looks featured Giuseppe Zanotti yellow sandals with delicate embellishments. The really high heels, although exquisite, couldn't keep her outfit safe from the fashion critics.
The singer loves edgy looks, whether it's her hair or her shoes, so she proved she can look her best even in really high shoes, in the December 2012 issue of Marie Claire.
The sexy red pumps Olivia Wilde wore at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2013 managed to stand out on the red carpet. The really high heels were designed by Aperlai.
The petite actress sported very high heels that looked both comfortable and effortlessly elegant. Designed by Christian Louboutin, the green lace Pigalle pumps with high heels made their appearance along with a sexy black dress at the Los Angeles premiere of Ted.
Sporting the Armadillo shoes designed by Alexander McQueen in her Bad Romance video, Lady Gaga began her love affair with really high heels continued with sexy boots and turned extreme with super high platforms.
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