The instructions for walking in high heel have always said "Heel-Toe". Wiki-how describes it here.
Walk from heel to toe. Aim to walk as normally as possible in your high heels. When walking in flats, you don't walk on the balls of your feet or put your whole foot down at once, do you? So don't do either of these things in heels. Put your heel to the ground first, followed smoothly by your toes. Then, once your weight is on the balls of your feet, shift your weight forward as if you're walking on your tip toes, and push forward for the next step.
I have always been a natural in heels. I am as comfortable in heel as flats. Likely this come for playing with my mother's shoes at a young age. She always had beautiful shoes. Practice, and in my case, years of experience. Many times I am given the sideways complement, "I don't see how you walk in those heels?"
According to the Zoe report, "The photo here is J. Lo arriving on set in a Brunello Cucinelli suit — one that consisted of forest-green cropped trousers and a matching, double-breasted blazer. The singer slipped into a pair of sky-high, Christian Louboutin lace-up booties that coordinated with the suit's green hue, keeping it simple with her accessories."
What caught my eye was how the photo captures the "Heel-Toe"
stride for walking in heels. Now that you see the technique, practice makes perfect.