10 Stunning Heels To Step Up Your Party Game December 27, 2017 | BY Justine Lee Whether you're looking to kick off the festive season with a pair of sparkly heels or just to accessorise your New Year's wardrobe, we've covered the ground with our list of this season's most stunning footwear—from statement pumps (trust me, they actually say something) to barely there sandals: START GALLERY Fashion #Fashion #JimmyChoo #Shoes #DesignerShoes #Valentino #SaintLaurent #miumiu #Women'sAccessories Related Stories Charlotte Olympia’s 7 Tips To Finding Your Party Feet – Comfy Shoes Included – For The Holidays December 15, 2017 | BY Jessica Liew Trending now: No heel is the new statement heels April 14, 2015 | BY Calvin Chong Michael Kors launches a footwear capsule collection for spring April 17, 2015 | BY AFP Relax News 10 Iconic British Brands Every Gentleman Should Know August 2, 2018 | BY Benjamin Fitzgerald photo_library A Stitch In Time With Dato' Sri Bernard Chandran and Tanestrran Lournard Chandran July 26, 2018 | BY Tania Jayatilaka play_arrow 10 Versatile Menswear Picks For Your Summer Vacation July 23, 2018 | BY Tania Jayatilaka photo_library 10 Stunning Heels To Step Up Your Party Game December 27, 2017 | BY Justine Lee × Photo: Courtesy of Saint Laurent Saint Laurent Opyum Heel Patent leather pumps just got a whole lot sexier thanks to Anthony Vaccarello, the Belgian designer who is currently heading up Saint Laurent. These no-heel heels are accented with the words "Appelle Moi"—that's "Call me" in French. How's that for a conversation starter? Advertisement Click To Skip Photo: Courtesy of Net-a-Porter Prada Embellished Pumps Feeling like your wardrobe needs a little festive cheer? Adding a splash of red with gold accents is an easy option, and these satin red Prada heels will surely do the trick. Photo: Courtesy of Gianvito Rossi Gianvito Rossi PVC Sandals Step into the New Year with these Gianvito Rossi sandals. Crafted from nude patent leather with a transparent PVC strap, these heels are guaranteed to elongate your legs and go with any party dress. See also: Get In The Festive Mood With Clé de Peau Beauté Les Annees Folles Holiday Collection Photo: Courtesy of Jimmy Choo Jimmy Choo Hanover Booties Jimmy Choo makes a convincing statement for dressing from the feet up. Step into these glittery Hanover booties to put an extra spring in your step. Photo: Courtesy of Valentino Valentino Rockstud Sandals Models sported these Valentino heels with athletic socks on the runway, but you can pair them with a nice cocktail dress for a more formal occasion. See also: Valentino Makes Butterflies Manly With New Menswear Collection Advertisement Click To Skip Photo: Courtesy of Chanel Chanel Gladiator Sandals Channel your inner Grecian goddess and get a head start on your Summer 2018 wardrobe with these lace-up column heeled sandals from Chanel. Best paired with a flowy summer dress or a thigh-grazing skirt hem. Photo: Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana Dolce & Gabbana Cheetah Heel Mary Jane We may already have a pair or two of animal printed sandals in our wardrobe, but when it comes to Dolce & Gabbana, it's never quite as simple. The Italian designers elevate their signature Mary Jane pump with a cheetah for a heel. See also: Fairy Tale-Inspired Heels For The Modern Day Princess Photo: Courtesy of Christian Dior Christian Dior J'Adior Sling Back The French label's instant hit, the embroidered ribbon sling backs, get refreshed in black and white snakeskin. The manageable 6.5cm heel means you can keep these on from day to night. Photo: Courtesy of Alexander McQueen Alexander McQueen Bow Sandals 'Tis the season for all things red! Slip into these Alexander McQueen crystal-accented sandals and be instantly party-ready. Advertisement Click To Skip Photo: Courtesy of Matches Fashion Miu Miu Crystal-Embellished Mules Take your look to the next level with these Miu Miu mules. Crafted in soft black satin and accented with multi-coloured crystals, these statement makers will look just as good with jeans as they will with eveningwear. This story originally appeared on Hong Kong Tatler.