Regardless of your personal style, be it minimal or otherwise, most women would agree that a festive pair of shoes for the holiday season is a must. This can come in the form of something sparkly (e.g., sequins or tinsel), or even from a detail that adds dimension, such as feathers or bejeweled pins. Whatever your preference, it’s undeniable that a snazzy pair of flats, boots, or heels (or all three, why not?) is one of the most fun ways to celebrate these months.
As such, we tasked ourselves with scouring the web for the best holiday shoes you can buy this year—and we found a ton. From a delicate pair of pearl-embellished slides to ankle boots in luxe velvet and metallic fabrications, we’ve got you covered.
See below to shop our selection, and don’t forget to tell us what you like best in the comments.
Invest in a pair of fancy flats to make your feet more stylish and comfortable.
Channel your inner glam rock star.
Try not to get a boat load of compliments in these beauties.
Velvet is the fabric du jour for fall and winter.
Heels or flats or platform oxfords—glitter does not discriminate.
We've seen so many of these knotted, origami details lately; they look especially cool on flats.
(Sings) Boots with the furrr.
We love the two-tone sequins on these ankle-strap pumps.
Party heels don't necessarily have to involve sparkle.
How luxe does this deep blue velvet look?
These heels are sure to start a conversation or two.
The shoe iteration of peacocking.
Fur and velvet are the ultimate party combination.
These solid leather straps are a cool contrast to the gold glitter on these pointed-toe flats.
Who doesn't love a bejeweled flat?
Why have a plain heel when you can have a disco ball as a heel instead?
The fringe on the front of these sparkly boots makes them even more enticing.
Steer clear of pain and blisters with these festive block heels.
Style these with an ankle-grazing tunic.
You really can't go wrong with a Roger Vivier flat.
For the retro-inspired gal.
Go for the old Hollywood vibe with these furry flats.
This is how to wear pastel during the holidays.