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The questions I always ask myself before buying a party shoe are:
1. Are the heels high enough?
2. Can I wear them with more than one outfit?
3. Can I last at least five hours in them?
4. But are the heels really high enough?
Now we can add "but do they light up?" to the party-shoe list of requirements.
If you're buying Nina's "Shostopper" open-toe bootie the answer is yes, let there be light! A guaranteed 300 hours of light. I'm a fan of the height, platform for comfort, and slim heel, but I'm not sure whether or not I'd actually turn the shoes on. A disco for your feet — what are your thoughts?
It was lust at first sight when I spied these Alexander Wang Alla Wedge Mules ($893), but even lusting over the gorgeous leopard print detail and perfect wedge heel, I couldn't justify the purchase. Ever since, I've been praying for a replacement — shoes that could deliver the same touch of whimsy to my looks . . .
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December is the perfect time to wear Winter white, just ask Kate Hudson. The actress continued her Nine promotional tour in London wearing a cozy ruffled ivory coat paired with a fun abstract Simone print dress. Down under, she kept warm in black tights and satin peep-toe pumps. Flashy fringed earrings complete her bundled bohemian.
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Black is back. But while most stars are turning to LBDs, Lindsay Price is doing her own thing. The actress attended the 2nd annual H.E.L.P. Malawi fundraising event in NYC in an all-black ensemble that dazzled from head to toe. I love that she paired up different fabrics — a satin tulip skirt with a rayon cocoon top. The oversized stone and chain necklace and gold sandals provide just enough variation. What a wonderful holiday party outfit!
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There's the power of red. Then there's the power of a red shoe. Valentine's Day isn't too far away, and it's time to start thinking of ways to wow him. I say: ditch the fancy lingerie and invest in a pair of red hot heels. At the end of the night, let these be your only article of clothing. Is it hot in here?
The French fashion house Nina Ricci has introduced a new perfume, Nina. This romantic fragrance was inspired by the City of Light and by childhood fairy tales.
Everything about it is sweet: The fragrance features notes of lemon, lime, peony petals, moonflower, vanilla-infused red toffee apple, applewood and white cedar. The bottle was created out of bright raspberry-colored glass to resemble an apple, and its silver leaves sport an engraved Nina Ricci signature.
The Nina product range includes a 2.7 ounce eau de toilette spray ($67), a body lotion ($26) and a shower gel ($24). I'm not usually one for shower gels, but I bet the mix of apples and flowers would smell feel really fresh and clean. Do you think you'll check out Nina?
While you're picking out the perfect holiday party dress, you might as well start hunting for a great pair of holiday heels too. Particularly if you're going the little black dress route, the holidays are a great excuse to go for a shoe that's a little bit extravagant, be it with a super-high heel, lush velvet fabric, or bow and bauble adornments. Here are some of my favorite picks at designer and non-designer prices.
Stuart Weitzman Porfavor Pump, $250, available here.
Brian Atwood Satin Pearls Pump, $685, available here.
Betsey Johnson Meri Gold Pump, $173.95, available here.
J. Lo Jobi Red Suede Pump, $118.95, available here.
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