Party Shoe Trends for Women
Only hearing the word ‘winter’ makes your inner goddess stomp her feet, because surely winter also means party season! Whether it’s for Christmas or New Year’s Eve, a pair of party shoes is a must-have! Every winter we see a couple of shoes which are designed with only one purpose in mind: party, party, party! Of course, nothing screams party like some glitter, but patent leather, satin or snake print can be quite festive too. You can style your favorite party shoe in a number of ways. You could let your shoes do all the talking by keeping your outfit simple, or you could go all the way, making both your shoes and your clothes pop. This post shows you some of the best 2013 party shoes that are so on trend!
Key is to be elegant, so a dress is definitely not out of place. Depending on how comfortable you feel with showing your legs, you could either go for a short little number or for a knee-length dress. When baring your legs is simply not an option, you can always wear opaque tights under your dress. In that case, just don’t go for open-toe pumps. The party shoe styles are almost endless, ranging from pumps to strappy sandals, ankle boots or even wedge heels. Just remember this rule of thumb: the thicker the heel, the smaller your calves look and vice versa.
When money is no object, you could go for high-end designer shoes. They are usually of better quality and will last you a lifetime. Well, maybe not a lifetime, but you should be able to get a couple of years of fun out of them. On the other hand, one could also argue that shoes this flamboyant only get worn on a limited number of occasions or perhaps maybe only once. The price of a pair of designer shoes might be a bit steep if you will really only wear them once. Therefore, a cheap shoe that will only last through this one occasion may suffice. It all depends on what you plan on doing with your pair of party shoes after the party is over. You want my advice? It could be worth to invest in a pair of party shoes, after all; there’s no Cinderella among us who wants to end up with a broken heel halfway through the party.