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We’re all bummed about not being able to attend holiday parties this year. Fortunately, if 2020 has taught us anything, it’s how to get creative and make the best of a situation! So if you’re planning to virtually attend a holiday party this year, we’ve got some cute shoe options that you’ll definitely wanna show off on Zoom! Keep scrolling for some party flats that you can totally wear this holiday (and again next holiday season).
1. DV Dolce Vita Ismenia Studded Slip-On Mule,
Keepin’ it casual on the Zoom call? This studded mule is versatile enough to be dressed up or down.
2. Clarks Collection Women’s Trish Wave Loafer,
Think of metallics as a party neutral — it goes with everything! We’re big fans of the gift-inspired bow, too!
3. Journee Collection Reba Flat, $39.99
This sweet wintery take on floral will go with just about everything in your closet! Wear them as party flats or pair them with a solid-colored midi dress and a leather jacket if you’re (safely) venturing out.
These fun patterned flats can be worn all year round! But they can certainly be jazzed up for the holidays with a green velvet dress.
5. Jeffrey Campbell Amit Tie Ballet Flat, $134.95
We’re all about a good statement shoe. And this one will definitely w0w the rest of the Zoom crew!
These jewel-encrusted flats can be jazzed up with a black dress or dressed down with a midi skirt and cardigan. Either way, be sure to show these off on-screen.
7. Talbots Edison Bow Detail Flat, $129
You just can’t go wrong with a classic red bow flat. So channel your inner Zooey Deschanel and slip these on to add some instant holiday cheer.
Now that the colder months have arrived, we’ve been putting peppermint on everything, including our skin! Try this minty experience for yourself with the best peppermint skincare products to try this season!
Allison is a writer, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and sixth-generation Texan living in Denton, Texas.