5 Shoe Designers That Will Spice Up Your Holiday Season

Dress to Impress This Holiday Season with These 5 Designer Shoes

Let’s be honest ladies, shoe shopping is half the fun of the holiday season.  Great deals and new models are filling the shelves and it is our duty to capitalize on this opportunity. So here are 5 pairs of shoes that our Footcandy shoe experts recommend for this coming holiday season! Don’t worry, once the holidays are over, these shoes will still be turning heads.

1. Halloween

Halloween brings out some creative costumes and makeup, but who said Halloween can’t be all about your shoes! Designer Rupert Sanderson created a fabulous high heel that can be worn with an array of costumes. From a Witch, to Sleeping Beauty’s Evil Queen, to a Mardi Gras Gal, these heels are perfect for any Halloween costume. Not to mention these heels are absolutely comfortable so they will without a doubt get you through your entire night of walking.

Rupert Sanderson  –  Favell

2. Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is not about stuffing your turkey, or rather your face, but spending quality time with family and friends and of course, fashionable shoes.  The elegant “Roxy” ankle boot by Bettye Muller of course. This incredible design is made of a rich suede textile and the yellow tone mimics the changing colors of the season. Not only will you be able to wears these glamorous heels during thanksgiving but you will get so much use out of them even after the party is over.

Bettye Muller  –  Roxy

3. Christmas or Hanukkah

Whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah your shoes during this holiday season should be fitting for a stunning celebration. Emma Hope Shoes makes the perfect holiday shoes. For Hanukkah, try the beautiful blue “11105-N” style heel or for Christmas the vibrant red “11047-R” style flat. Both are composed of an amazing suede textile and embellished with rhinestones. These shoes both embody elegance and are perfect for any Christmas or Hanukkah party. Not to mention they are fabulous conversation starters.

Emma Hope Shoes  –  11047-R

Emma Hope Shoes  –  11105-N

4. New Years 2013

New Years is all about glitz, glamour and fun. Bring in the New Year with Jerome Rousseau’s “Kier” and a glass of bubbly. These shoes are beautifully designed and not to mention they mimic the New York Times Square Ball. These shoes are simply spectacular and you will want to wear them every day of New 2013 Calendar Year!

Jerome Rousseau  –  Kier

5. Valentines Day

Valentines Day is all about romance, flowers, chocolate, and shoes. Kate Spade makes the perfect shoe that all lovers across the globe can appreciate. Its simple little bow adorned with cheerful pink polka dots makes this a perfect date shoe. Not only will you fall in love with this darling design but you will absolutely love how many different outfits you can pair this shoe with.

Kate Spade  –  Lisa

We hope these 5 shoes make it to your fabulous holiday parties.

This article was written by the shoe experts at Footcandy.com. We have Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo and Manalo Blahnik in stock now.

Merry Christmas – AKQA Microwave Video

  • December 25, 2008
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This is a very cool way of wishing you a Merry Christmas. Brought to you by AKQA.I don’t want to tell you everything, but it has something to do with microwaves.


The State of Christmas 2008

  • November 10, 2008
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After one of the worst stock market collapses since the Great Depression will Christmas 2008 retail sales collapse as well? This is the question that as been on my mind during the past week. With economic uneasiness combined with the presidential elections the last thing on my mind is what I want for Christmas or what presents I’m going to give away.

It’s not just me feeling this. According to a recent Forbes.com article consumers aren’t just cutting back on spending they’re staying out of stores altogether. “According to the ICSC-Goldman Sachs index, retailers had their weakest October performance since the index’s inception in 1969. Sales fell 1.0% compared with a 1.0% gain in September. Of the 16 retailers reporting results on Thursday, Thomson Reuters said 60.0% missed expectations and only 33.0% beat (http://www.forbes.com/equities/2008/11/06/retail-october-closer-markets-equity-cx_mp_1106markets41.html).” I recently spoke to my immediate family regarding gift giving this holiday season and we all agreed that we wished to cut back. After seeing house values decline across the country, portfolio values dropping by almost 50%, witnessing a historic presidential election, gift giving seems trivial. For the past several years giving presents seems more like a dollar for dollar exchange of goods rather than real gift giving defined by giving something and not expecting anything in return. The most meaningful thing in my family has always been getting together, enjoying each others company over breakfast, and after breakfast visiting the relatives for the extended family Christmas party.

This year I can’t name one thing I want or need. I believe Americans will start saving once again, living within their means. Retailers could be in a lot of trouble this Christmas.






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