Christmas Party Big Size Shoes – 3 Key Looks to Work With Festive Red

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Red dresses and styling for Christmas season for girls with big feet

Look Fabulous in Red This Christmas Season

With Christmas fast approaching it can be a challenging time for girls with big feet. Making sure you have your Christmas footwear organized is sometimes more difficult when you have feet above a ladies size 10. Planning your Christmas looks early is the way to go, so you’re not caught with an event or a function to attend without the right big size shoes to make your night go with a swing.


Here are three key Isy B Christmas looks to make sure your Christmas parties go with a bang, and some fantastic large size shoes which coordinate with them to make selecting your Christmas party outfits simple, allowing you to relax and enjoy all the fun coming your way.

1. Red Velvet – Ultimate Christmas Luxury

When we think of Christmas, red automatically springs to mind and there’s no better way to wear red at Christmas than in velvet. Sounds like overkill? Check out this gorgeous frock from Nieman Marcus and you might change your mind. This is how to wear red velvet. Sumptuous, rich and elegantly cut (no body con or lycra red velvet please!). Get the Jackie Dress by Black Halo at Neiman Marcus.

2. Bringing Sexy Back

If you’re going to do body con then this is the way to do it! This incredibly sexy jersey sheath dress from Nicole Miller at Nordstrom is draw-droppingly sexy in its figure hugging shape, yet sophisticated in its length and featuring a superbly elegant cut away back. This dress is cut really well, even though it’s a jersey sheath, and ruched in all the right places, so hopefully it’s flattering. This is how to do body con dresses right, and you can guarantee you’ll turn heads in this one – just make sure you don’t eat too many mince pies! Find it at Nordstrom.

3. Lovely in Lace

Lace has been a huge trend this year, and Christmas is no exception. This is how to work the red lace look without looking like a tramp. The cut of this ‘Lolly’ dress is sweet, and the neckline demure, which contrasts perfectly with the sexiness of the lace and the short hemline. This look is elegant and yet fierce at the same time, a total winner for your Christmas season. Elie Tahari certainly knows what she’s doing. Find this beauty at Neiman Marcus.

And there are some killer shoes out there for ladies with big size shoes, choice is improving all the time for women with feet larger than ladies size 10. Here’s our selection of festive, fun Christmas shoes which will work with any of the red looks above.

Large Size Ladies Shoes Which Work a Treat With These Looks


The ‘Dalt’ Heel 

We love the no-nonsense platform on these and the fierce styling combined with feminine cutouts works a charm. This is a great choice of shoe to complement the styles above.


Corso Como 'Dalt' Heel Barefoot Tess








The Dalt Heel by Corso Como

Find them up to Ladies size 11

The Suzette Red

A simple, pared down shoe with just a hint of bling and a great shade of red, is the perfect complement to these simple dresses.

Suzette Red by Special Occasions up to ladies size 12









Suzette Red by Special Occasions

Find them up to Ladies size 12


The Spice Pump

A simple and dramatic pump with a nod to the girly, these are well proportioned and feminine, while still being bang on trend and fairly stable to wear. Teamed with any of the above they’d be a great party choice.

Stuart Weitzmann pumps for Christmas looks







The Spice Pump by Stuart Weitzmann

Find them up to Ladies size Size 12

The Hollywood Heel

An absolutely classic pump which will offset the simplicity of all three styles really well. These are comfortable great all round simple heels which will tone down any of the dresses if you feel the need.

The Hollywood Heel by BFT from Barefoot Tess







The Hollywood Heel by BFT
Find them up to Ladies size 13

Christmas Party Big Size Shoes – 3 Key Looks to Work With Festive Red was last modified: January 18th, 2013 by isybshoes

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