Prom Shoe Checklist

Prom Shoe Checklist
by Cassandra Morris

Any prom girl will tell you that shoes are the most important accessory. They can tie your whole look together, whether peeking out under a classic ball gown or paired with a high-low prom dress.

So, how do you choose the perfect prom shoes? It’s all about color, detail and heel height!

If glitter and sparkle are your bffs…
The best thing about these peep-toe sling backs are the rhinestones that shine the same hue as the shoe. They create a light-catching illusion that will make your shoes the envy of prom. Indigo purple is one of the hottest colors for prom 2012, but also check out these shoes in vibrant red and sultry silver.

If you love detail…
These gorgeous strappy sandals feature rhinestone clusters that will light up your feet as you break it down on the dance floor. Try them in black, gold and silver… perfect for matching nearly any dress.

If you’re craving some extra inches…
These five-inch pumps will have you seeing at whole new heights while adding shimmer to your ensemble. Best of all, they come in nude, silver and a striking multi-glitter hue.

If you want the heel but not the height…
Kitten heels are a savior for tall girls who don’t want to tower over their date and for the gal who isn’t into standing on her toes all night. These demure heels will only add two inches.


If you want a shoe you can wear again and again…
Metallics are hot for prom and for summer. The dramatically weaved straps on these silver prom shoes are certainly reminiscent of Selena Gomez, and can be worn at birthday parties and celebrations through the end of summer.


Remember: blisters can be worse than a pimple on prom night, so don’t forget to break in your heels before prom. Wear them out for a night or around the house as soon as you get home from school for a few hours. Your toes will thank you later!

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