Nordic looks are a huge trend in interiors, knitwear, and…..shoes!

Emma Go produce lovely feminine footwear, designed in Denmark and manufactured in Alicante in Spain.

For those of you not in-the-know, Alicante has long been a centre for excellence in women’s footwear manufacture. The numerous factories in Elda and Elche pride themselves on using fine leathers, to produce shoes which display the skills of the craftspeople who make them.

If you want to look special and be comfortable in styles which you can wear way beyond Christmas party season, these Emma Go options will work hard for you.









Red is such a fun colour to wear around Christmas time. It reminds us of Father Christmas, brightens up an outfit, and is sexy all at once. The sparkly heart is cute with a touch of bling. They also come in light gold.












For lovers of high heels, who want to be able to dance all night, a chunky platform and heel are essential. The socks with sandals trend lets you keep your tootsies free of frost-bite this year, so go ahead and wear these with opaque tights or socks.









If you want to avoid cliché party season colours, these pink metallic oxfords are seriously cute, with a touch of festive shine. Being flat lace-ups they are not only on-trend, but excellent for avoiding the perils of blistered feet. Also available in light gold.












The colour-blocking trend is executed in a new way on this T-bar sandal, with blue suede, bronze and beige leathers. The textural mixing makes this block-heeled style truly special.









With a more subtle take on Santa red and white, these coral suede, white leather and gold glitter flats are adorable. Try them with a 1950s style circular skirt.


Now I’ll leave you to the tricky decision of which style to go for.

Enjoy the parties!

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

What is 10 + 6 ?
Please leave these two fields as-is:
IMPORTANT! To be able to proceed, you need to solve the following simple maths question (so we know that you are a human) :-)