Sunday 7 December 2014

DAILY DECEMBER #7 // Christmas party shoes

I've showed you my pick of this years party dresses and now it's time to glam up your peepers too - so I've found my favourite glitzy party shoes for you to get some inspiration from!

1 - Gold trim heels, £49, Miss Selfridge // Black heels are a must in every girl's wardrobe, and I think the lovely gold bit on these makes them stand out a little. click here

2 - Cream faux fur heels, £58, Topshop // I love the new trend of fluffy shoes and it's no exception with these, I think they look so classy! The block heel means they're probably be quite comfy too. They're a little pricey but I adore them... click here

3 - Holographic block heels, £19.99, New Look // The holographic trend is one that was big in Summer and I still really like it, and silver is a perfect party colour especially for those glitz & glam nights in December! click here

4 - Two part glitter flats, £38, Office // I had to throw in a pair of flats for those of us that don't have the strength for stilettos, and I think these are particularly gorgeous. click here

I hope you've found some inspiration in some of these shoes! Enjoy any parties you might be going to, and above all stay safe (I know I sound like your mum...) Don't forget to check out #thelilacscrapbook on Instagram to keep up to date with my December Photo Challenge - @katygilroyblog 

Want to see a high end clothing wishlist? 'course you do


  1. Oh wow, I've never been someone who's adventurous with shoes but that second pair is really calling to me - something about fluff at Christmas just sends me crazy! Trust me to pick the most expensive pair on the list to fall in love with....
    Megan x

  2. They're fab aren't they, I don't think they'd suit me but I do really like them! x

  3. I love those fluffy shoes! I'd love to get a pair if they were black... I worry white would only be acceptable at Christmas?! So lovely though! x

    1. I think white can work all year round (look great with a tan, not that I ever do tan...) but I'd be worried that the fluffy-ness is only a Winter thing! x