• These floral jacquard Aldo boots are rich in colour, and beautifully patterned. They look more expensive than they are. Perfect with black satin.
  • These pewter leather Dune Chelsea boots suit weekends, evenings, or even work if you're a creative. They're available in wide fit and also standard fit.
  • With a 2" block heel, and metallic suede upper, these comfortable Vagabond boots will see you from drinks to dinner to dancing this party season.
  • Who can resist a bit of blue velvet for venturing out of the house in the winter months? A pointed toe gives a sharper look to this rich, soft ASOS boot.
  • Snake prints shouldn't only be for sky-high heels. This wide-fitting boot has an inside zip for easy entry. The ankle height is flattering with cropped trousers.
  • Another flattering chukka height boot, this time on a block heel. The high quality suede looks warm and luxurious in burgundy.
  • Multi-coloured glitter coats this statement boot. A pink glitter-covered heel, silver chain detail, and fringe complete the OTT fabulous look.


Have Christmas party invitations started to arrive, despite you refusing to accept we’re at all close to That Time of Year? Why not get your outfits prepared now, so that then you can ignore the festivities for a while?

We used to buy shoes to go with our clothes, but over the last decade or so, things have changed. It’s now perfectly acceptable to select your footwear first, and clothing second.

That’s great news for anyone who has previously found shoe shopping a drag. Shoes don’t have to be bought in dull neutral colours anymore. Let’s get excited about shopping for new footwear. Try one of the pairs in the slide show and make a statement from the feet up at your next party. You’ll love the compliments headed your way.

Money saving shoe advice:

As long as your footwear looks good, people won’t notice that your clothes are from the cheapest shop on the High Street. Don’t worry, I won’t tell.

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