We need to talk about party shoes. 'Tis almost the season and we're sure you'll have some occasions to wear them in between.
Oh, come on, you know you want to p..p..p..pick up a pair of party shoes. Listen, now is the time to get your partywear anyway - sure your first party is next week! (Possibly).
When I think of party shoes, I think of Carrie Bradshaw. For me, they have to be high and they have to be unique. (Although, you can't beat a good black pumps, but I'll get to that another time.) I'm quite aware that another person's version of a party shoe is a boot. though. Or even a flat. But then again you might like a heel, but you don't like it to be too high. So, I've selected a good number of choices that will hopefully cover all bases.
The definitive party shoe has to be the heel. You may have to get lifts everywhere and spend the night sitting, but think about the compliments. And that Insta OOTD will be #fire.
River Island Gold Strappy Skinny Heel Sandals €60
Topshop Rochelle Two Part Heels €64
River Island Orange Colour Block Court Shoes €55
If you insist on dancing the night away but want a little boost, it makes sense that the low-heel should be your party shoe of choice.
Topshop JINX Studded Pointed Shoes €77
Topshop JINGLE Feather Mules €52
Just because they're flat doesn't mean they're boring. And it does still mean you'll be 100% party ready.
Black Perspex Pointed Bow Shoes €43
Black Star Pump €11
Boots are a clever choice. Dressed with bare legs (brr, but, style) and a mini and you've got Alexa Chung cool sorted.
Silver Metallic Pointed Square Heel Boots €80
Bamboo Over the Knee Boots €117