‘Tis the Season to be nothing but GLAMOROUS! With all the sparkle & holiday decor around us, it’s nearly impossible to not add a little shine factor to your everyday look. The girls at the office love a good pair of heels that will take their ensemble to a whole new level of glam. The Halstead heels is a true sexy, sparkly, stunner they simply couldn’t resist. Check out these 4 stylish ways to wear this studded beauty.
During the holiday season, I am always running from work to a party or get-together, so I love an outfit that can take me from day to night. These shoes are the perfect fun way to dress up a casual outfit for a night on the town. Pairing them with the reversible vest keeps me warm AND chic! Add some bling and an easy clutch, and I’m ready to go. – Kate M., Associate Shoe Buyer
I’m a Leo, so naturally, I like to stand out. Other than my personality, I try to do so with my style. I typically stick to a black base due to its slimming nature, but I always try to add a touch of bling and a pop of color. I love this outfit because it has it all! The studs on these shoes are to die for, the jacket flatters my figure, and the necklace and purse tie everything together. Overall, my look is just fabulous! – Yasmina K., Marketing Coordinator
I love adding in a little casual element to my night-out look. Throw on a fun tee with The Faux Leather Front Legging and you have a cool & edgy look. Adding a jacket that has a pop of color freshens up any neutral colors, definitely a statement maker! I never leave the house without some piece of jewelry and Major Metallic definitely adds some glitz. Complete the look with the Halstead shootie & and a fun fringe bag for a guaranteed fun night out! – Niki C., Merchandise Planner – Apparel
I love to keep my style simple with an added accessory or two that pops. My knit sweater is very comfortable and makes me feel classy. With these studded heels and handbag, it’s the perfect amount of glam added to my outfit, making me feel confident and fabulous. – Erika V., Human Resources