Real Life Cinderella Glass Slippers: Going to the Ball

Giuseppe Zanotti, Christian Louboutin, Nicholas Kirkwood, Gianvito Rossi, Tom Ford, Elegant Shoes

When the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, you’d better have magic slippers on if you want to find the man you just kissed. I mean how could he miss you in these disco-ball sparklers?? They’re not just worthy of a good New Year’s party – they’re fit for a fairy tale. Cinderella would proudly sport any of them – just don’t leave yours behind! You can’t trust your man to bring them home (they’re too precious).

Giuseppe Zanotti Strass Slingback Platform Pump: Nothing says extravagance like platform Giuseppes. And it’ll be easier to catch his eye if you’re already on his level. At Bergdorf Goodman for $1,350.

Christian Louboutin Very Riche: I think the name says it all, no? If Cinderella were real (hope I’m not spoiling the story for anyone!), she wouldn’t wear glass slippers – she’d rock Loubies.
At Barneys New York for $3,995.

Gianvito Rossi Rhinestone Peep Toe Sandal: This is the shoe to wear to the Ball if you actually want to dance. Leave the platforms at home and strap on these rhinestone Rossis. At Barneys New York for $1,320.

Tom Ford Crystal Embellished Pointed-Toe Pump: For the unconventional fairy tale – a modern, edgy glass slipper with a metal heel that was made for a warrior princess. At Neiman Marcus for $3,890.

Nicholas Kirkwood Crystal-Embellished PVC and Satin Slingbacks: You need not wear a shoe completely bedazzled in crystals – sometimes one big accent is all it takes. On Net-a-Porter for $1,195.

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