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Fashionable Party Footwear Trends For Women

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Fashionable Footwear Trend
It is party time! With Christmas and New Year coming closer, everyone is busy preparing for the festival. Be it house decorations or shopping, the party spirits and festive moods have energized all the people. To get the perfect party look, you have to team up your party wear with best accessories and matching footwear. So, what is in this Fall/Spring? Take a look at the trendy and fashionable Fall/Spring footwear which you can wear at the party or a day out...

Fashionable footwear trends Fall/Spring for women:

Tip toed heels: These are fashionable and compliments the party outfit with style. You can buy black or nude colour tip toe heels for the party. Black is the ideal colour as it goes off well with any coloured dress. Tip toe high heels looks best for parties but if you want to keep it simple and comfortable, go for short tip toe heels.

Pencil heels: These are all time favourites and is the best accessory for a party outfit. Any designed footwear with high heels can be worn for a party. Go for tie up high heels if the party wear is a short skirt or hot pants. You can also wear high heels with beads to get the chic look.

Boots: As it is winter, most of the women prefer wearing jeans with party tops. If you want to save your feet from getting stamped in a party, go for boots. You can also try fur boots to celebrate Christmas. Thigh high boots in high heels are trendy, fashionable and evergreen.

Knee length tie ups: These are trendy and fashionable footwear for women this Fall/Spring season. Tie ups cover the leg calves and looks cool too! A casual look can be best accessorised with a tie up slippers. For a party, try pencil heels in tie ups to compliment the short micro minis.

These are the 4 most fashionable footwear trends this season. You can wear these footwear for the Christmas or New Year party or a casual day out with friends or closed ones.

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Story first published: Wednesday, December 21, 2011, 16:01 [IST]
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