HFM's Tuesday Shoesday! H&M's Satin Court Shoes

High heels always need some extra sparkle at Christmas

by Laura Sutcliffe /

It's finally Tuesday, which means it's time for a new instalment of HFM's regular weekly slot -Tuesday Shoesday! The popular, trending hashtag is completely dedicated to the hugely extensive world of shoes, and has become a firm favourite amongst fashion fans everywhere. This week we have an extra-special offering with a definite festive edge - a pair of stunning black high-heeled satin court shoes, with embellished satin detail, by H&M. We all love a bargain too, and these beautiful stamps retail at just £34.99. It would be rude not to!

Stylish stamps by H&M

These versatile black high heels are definitely classic in design, and would work well with a multitude of different colours. They are also incredibly versatile and can be teamed with skinny jeans, a midi skirt, or of course, a little black dress, for total Audrey Hepburn vibes. We love the smattering of sparkly embellishment around the cuff - it's like ankle jewellery!

Step into Christmas with fancy footwear

The high heeled court shoes feature a 10.5cm skinny heel, which will boost your height instantly and slim down your legs, particularly if pared with a pair of complimenting tailored trousers. If you feel black is a little plain for you, and you are after something even more festive, then how about the same style in a different shade? H&M make the design in a striking silver, which would be fabulous for a NYE bash.

The heels are also made in silver- pefect for NYE!

H&M produce some incredible heels in an abundance of shades, colours and finishes, at reasonable prices - the perfect finishing touches to your Yule Tide outfit. And we just couldn't step into December without another pair of shoes…

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