DANCE ALL NIGHT

  • Multi hued
    Multi hued
    These sleek points remind me of the black scratch paper I used to play with as a child. A subtle way to add colour interest to wearable black.
  • Sharp snake
    Sharp snake
    Snake and jewels together should be OTT, but the subtlety of the greyscale colour palette keeps the look of these flats very elegant.
  • Glaminal
    Glaminal
    Not everyone is a fan of classic leopard print, but if ever there was a time to try the furry feline look, it would be during the party season. Give it a shot?
  • Slipper style
    Slipper style
    The smoking slipper gets a glam twist, with the diamanté-embellished gold heel, and tassel cuffs. Navy gives it a richness which black can't emulate.
  • Glitter ball
    Glitter ball
    Try this new take on a ballet pointe shoe for a pretty somewhat Cinderella-inspired look. Equally delightful with cropped tuxedo trousers or a dress.
  • Dorothy feet
    Dorothy feet
    Red patent pumps can add happiness to your outfits all year-round, so these would make a good investment. Also the perfect Christmas shoe shade.

 

Ah it’s December already! Time for partying with friends, family and colleagues. I shall be your Christmas shoe fairy today, and help to save you from foot pain.

As much as we tell ourselves that alcohol will numb the burning pain in the balls of our feet, sometimes the wisest decision is to wear footwear we’ll be comfortable in all night.

How lovely to be the smug one at the end of the evening, who can keep her shoes on for the journey home.

I often share secrets about how to select comfortable heels, but today I’m giving you Russell & Bromley’s finest selection of the easy option: flats!

Click through the slide show and let me know which you’ll opt for in the comments or on FacebookInstagram or Twitter.

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