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American Made High Heels & Shoes for Women

Don’t fear pledging allegiance to buying footwear in the USA. A long history of shoe manufacturing and an All-American attention to style and innovation have helped develop some of the world’s top brands here on our own soil. Comfortable and well-made, you’ll be surprised at the wide range of fashionable options that are produced domestically. Whether shopping for new shoes or strutting a favorite pair, feel free to give yourself a pat on the back for being patriotic. Shoe love of this kind is All-American.


Handcrafted in the United States for over 150 years, Frye makes a heel that you can strut straight from the windswept prairie right onto Park Avenue without missing a beat. Started in 1863 in Marlborough, Massachusetts, Frye began with a simple purpose, to ease the lives of factory workers by providing high quality, comfortable shoes. www.thefryecompany.com


Based in Los Angeles, Sbicca distills the California vibe into a stylish and well-made shoe. The Sbicca brand has been around for over 90 years and prides itself on Genuine Leather or Hand-woven jute materials and a special heel made out of light-weight and flexible polyurethane. So a Sbicca heel looks good, feels good and is well crafted. www.sbiccafootwear.com

Vivanz Footwear

Headquartered in Southern California, the "utmost respect and appreciation are circulated within production and distribution". Believing that their people are their greatest asset, VIvanz shoes are manufactured in both the U.S. and Mexico. www.vivanz.com

Munro American

More of a comfort/casual shoe, Munro American has been a family owned and operated business out of Arkansas since the late 1950's. They are dedicated to size, comfort, and of course, style. www.munroshoes.com


"Made in Maine, USA" isn't just their slogan, it's Eastland's way of life. And it's been that way since 1955. These shoes are the embodiment of Maine, and a beautiful sight for the casual shoe lover. www.eastlandshoe.com

Jen and Kim

We love this business because not only was it founded by two young women who have known each other since grade school and live on opposite ends of the country, but because each shoe is custom made to your taste. Choose your style, materials and size to begin the process. Their mission is to increase domestic production. www.jenandkimshoes.com

Calleen Cordero

A combination of earthy and modern, Cathleen Cordero is "out to prove that hand crafted luxury can be made in the U.S.A.". We love this collection out of California. www.calleencordero.com


Salpy shoes may have kind of a funny name, but all aspects of their manufacturing and design are done right in Southern California. Founded by a husband and wife team, there isn't much not to love about these beauties. www.salpy.net

From the beach to the runway, American made heels and shoes can help you conquer pretty much any situation in comfort and style. It’s in our constitution, as patriots and as women to have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And that includes happy feet.

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Best Mid-Priced Heel Brands

When shopping for high heels, it might not be best to break the bank. Who knows what drink spill, mud puddle or latte froth drop might be looming in your immediate future? Lucky for us there are plenty of mid-priced heel options for shoe lovers. The less a pair costs, the more you can buy, right? But you don't exactly want to be buying the cheapest off-brands, either. You just won't get the same life out of the cheapest shoe lines, and they're more likely to make your feet ache. Take a peek at the list below for some stylish mid-priced options and spend your leftover cash on a latte!

Jessica Simpson ($40 to $250)

Sweet, sexy, fun and cute can describe the Jessica Simpson line of shoes. The brand matches the women herself. Available in a wide range of fun colors and styles, this is a pick that is as easy on the wallet as it is on the eyes. Found almost everywhere from Department stores to TJ Maxx to online shoe shops, if you need a quick shoe fix try a pair of Jessica Simpsons.


Sam Edelman ($90 to $200)

If you’re not familiar with the Sam Edelman brand, you might recall a few of his previous incarnations such as Sam & Libby, Kenneth Cole and Esprit - all serious fashion powerhouses through the last three decades. The Sam Edelman brand is bent on bringing fashion forward style to women at a price point they can afford, for not only shoes but handbags, outerwear and jewelry, too.


Dolce Vita ($95 to $250)

Uncomplicated style that is naturally flirtatious, this Italian brand makes a splash without cleaning out your bank account. Attention to detail and lots of mixed metals and textures make this footwear a favorite among the fabulous. Whether you are going for edgy or graceful (or both), make life sweet for your feet with Dolce Vita.


Guess ($30 to $250)

Founded in 1981 by the Marciano brothers, the Guess label has been emblematic of young, sexy and adventurous style. Known for some of the hottest denim on the globe, those same qualities hold true with the extensive shoe line. Loads of fun prints, mixed with metal butterflies, fur and feathers with a healthy dose of sex appeal make this a favorite for sure.


L.A.M.B. ($150 to $495)

Prefer your footwear fresh and funky? Check out L.A.M.B the fashion line from artist Gwen Stefani. The daughter of seamstresses, Stefani has become a major fixture in the fashion world. The L.A.M.B acronym stands for Love Angel Music Baby, her first album, and draws from influences from around the world. Let your inner rock star shine and your fashion "voice" be heard in a pair of pumps from L.A.M.B!


Chinese Laundry ($40 to $150)

Born in the 1980's, Chinese Laundry are creators of groundbreaking styles for young women with outstanding quality and value to match. The company prides itself on heavy consumer research and creative insight, which they credit for keeping the brand a household name for decades.


ALDO ($80 to $150)

Founded by Aldo Bensadoun, ALDO shoes have a look that helps the user protrude the feeling of uniqueness, and they're reasonably priced. You can find ALDO shoes everywhere from your local mall to the web, and always be sure to check out their clearance sections. At these prices, you can get one of ALDO's diverse looks for every day of the week and not break the bank.


Fergie Footwear ($70 to $190)

What's not to love about Fergie? She has been a success in a band, as a solo artist, a mother, and now a fashion designer. Fergie Footwear is nothing short of "Fergalicious", and you might find the song stuck in your head as you strut down the street in a pair of her remarkably designed high heels. Check them out at a store on on her website.


Steve Madden ($80 to $170)

Steve Madden states “I get my inspiration from pounding the pavement all over the world.” A huge brand globally this fashion forward line is inspired by rock and roll, a sexy edge and a global grasp. Wherever your party is on 5th Avenue or the neighborhood bar, Steve Madden makes a pair of awesome shoes to wear to it. Plus, Steve Madden makes a slew of rainwear, watches, handbags and more.

This handy little guide just goes to show you that you don’t have to skimp on style when pinching pennies. There are plenty of beautiful shoes to fit every sized foot and every sized wallet. So leave the spenders guilt at home and hit the pavement for another pair or two!

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