While the term "comfortable heels" may seem like a fashion myth in itself, don't be fooled: there's a pair out there for you. From platforms to stacked heels and pumps, plenty of options offer up the right amount of height without sacrificing any style (these aren't your grandmother's orthopedic heels). If you're on the hunt for a pair of heels that you can stand/walk/dance in without battling blisters, click through to shop the favorites of 10 BAZAAR.com editors who did...
"I swear by a platform boot—it feels almost like a flat but lends height. And a lug sole makes these basically a snow boot."
Prada boots, $1,100, mytheresa.com .
"These start out miserably uncomfortable, like most new shoes, but after a week, they feel like slippers. The chunky, 2-inch heels helps—they never get stuck in New York City grates, and they're just high enough to avoid hurting the ball of your foot."
Tan Go Pump, $795,
"I always struggled to find a comfortable heel to hit the town in until I tried a platform pair. While they may seem tall and daunting, the added height under the toe combined the block heel makes walking (and dancing) a cinch."
Alexander Wang sandals, $750, shopBAZAAR.com .
"The stacked heel, soft suede and perfect pitch of these burgundy Gianvinto Rossi booties hits the mark between great height and great comfort. They are my everyday fall shoe whether I'm wearing jeans or a dress. "
Gianvito Rossi boots, $995, net-a-porter.com .
"The key to surviving in heels (for me) is to not have my toes squished inside a pump—I always go for an open-toe style. These are my favorite, and so simple, and you can't beat the price! "
Schutz sandals, $170, schutz-shoes.com .
"I wear these boots all fall and winter and can run in them if needed! They also double as a second layer when the weather turns colder. "
Stuart Weitzman boots, $798, stuartweitzman.com .