When we think of Christmas Eve, we think swanky parties with friends and co-workers. Staying up late, dancing and drinking eggnog sounds pretty fabulous to us, but what to wear? Cocktail dresses, of course, and classic heels. Go with some sexy satin or spice it up with metallics, just make sure you’re comfy too.

Satin Heels

Scarlett Johansson

Stuart Weitzman Zest

Scarlett Johansson rocks a gorgeous green dress at the MTV Awards, She looks stunning, of course, and completes her look with basic black pointy pumps, similar to the Stuart Weitzman Zest. These chic Stuart Weitzman shoes are a timeless choice that will never go out of style and will work on all ages. With a three inch heel,  you’ll have added height minus the discomfort of dancing all night in a sky high stiletto.

Patent Peep Toe Heels

Sofia Vergara

Michael Kors York

Actress Sofia Vergara looks great at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards. She wears a multi-tone red dress with drop earrings. She tops off the look with black peep toe stiletto’s similar to the MICHAEL Michael Kors York. These Michael Kors heels make for a perfect patent pump. They’re hot, yet classy, just like Sofia. The Colombian born star of “Modern Family” currently has multiple advertising and commercial deals with companies including Pepsi and Covergirl. We love how festive her red dress is and it’s the perfect length – if you’re at an office party, add a sequined shrug around the boss.

Gold Sandals

Christa Theret

Kate Spade Get

French Actress Christa Theret is seen here at the premiere of “Mud” at the Cannes Film Festival. She pairs her great red art deco dress with golden sandals, similar to the Kate Spade Get. We love her fun, young, red carpet carpet look and her shoes are simply gorgeous. This Kate Spade pair captures the golden glamour of the 1920’s but stays modern, too. The twenty year old star has been in six films since she was scouted at a playground at age eleven. This look is definitely festive but not appropriate for most occasions -layer over a satin slip or simple strapless dress for a less risque style.

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