Crocs

Where To Buy High-Heeled Crocs Because Yes, They're Real

Crocs are loved my many, hated by (potentially) even more. Despite your opinions on their appearance, however, you can't deny that they're comfortable AF. Now, imagine a pair of heeled Crocs – oh wait, you don't have to! Find out where to buy high-heeled Crocs because they're real and they look d*mn comfortable.

Crocs have gone through a few different fashion phases. Since their introduction to the world in 2002, the classic Crocs clog has been the most popular style. The shoes come in dozens of colors and are made of lightweight rubber that make you feel like you're hardly wearing shoes at all. One of my favorite additions to the shoe brand are the Jibbitz Croc charms which effectively turn your shoes into a charm bracelet of sorts. The charms were intended for children but when it comes to charms, stickers, patches, and the like, age has no number.

Crocs have also gotten the high fashion treatment. In 2017, Balenciaga platform Crocs hit the fashion week catwalk. Many thought they were just a fashion show gimmick at first, but the shoes are actually available to purchase: A bubbly pink pair for $850 (Neiman Marcus) and a spiked black pair for $895 (Neiman Marcus). If you've been lusting over these heightened clogs but prefer to keep your shoe prices in the double digits, you're in luck, because Crocs now has high heels that are actually affordable, and cute!

Cyprus Heels in Leopard

The Cyprus shoes are the most typical high-heel style, as well as the most popular. Other colors of this style are selling for $225 (amazon.com) because people are desperate for their rubber heels. Luckily, there other more affordable styles available – check them out below.

Isabella Block Heels In Bronze/Gold

Block heels are one of my favorite styles because they give you some height but are much more comfortable (and easier to walk in) than sky-high stilettos.

Leigh II 2-Strap Graphic Wedge in Stucco/Gold

Wedges are always a comfortable option in terms of heels, and look at this cute floral pair!

Leigh II Cross-Strap Ankle Wedge in Navy/Tumbleweed

The arch support on these wedges looks like pure heaven for my tired pads.

Leigh II Cross-Strap Wedge in Oyster/Cobblestone

Slip-on shoes are all the rage right now, and this criss-cross pair is v cute.

Leigh-Ann Ankle Strap Leather Mini Wedge in Black

It's difficult for me to say no to a pair of black heels...

Leigh Wedge in Oat/Mushroom

A comfortable, neutral-colored wedge is a summer must-have.

Sarah Clog in Navy

If you're a traditionalist when it comes to your Crocs, there's are also some high-heeled clog styles.

Sarah Suede Clog in Hazelnut

This suede pair is a great option to transition into fall weather.

Sarah Luxe Lined Clog in Hazelnut

This shearling pair kind of has me wishing for cold weather...

Accurate.

No matter which pair of these Crocs is your favorite, I bet they'll be your most comfortable pair of heels, yet.