Zara's About to Drop Its Best-Ever Party Shoes, and I've Tried Them on Already

Here at Who What Wear UK, we're in full party mode, and, no, that doesn't mean swigging on champagne at 3 p.m. on a Thursday (sadly). It does, however, mean we've spent many hours scouring the shops to make sure we're up-to-date with all the latest dress drops and party trends. Our latest discovery? Zara is delivering the chicest party shoes right now. We're talking '90s-inspired square-toed sandals, pointed-toed kitten heels and plenty of fabulous flats.

This is the place to go if you're looking for a pair of trend-led (read: non-tacky) shoes minus the designer price tag. During a recent visit to the Zara showroom, I decided to try on a few pairs to see how they felt, and you'll be happy to know that they didn't disappoint. My favourites had to be a statement pair of strappy purple mules (so unlike me), which were super comfortable and packed with personality. Scroll down to see the looks I loved, and then shop my party-shoes edit.

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Joy Mongomery

Style Notes: This strappy purple pair isn't available online yet, however, I recommend snapping them up when they drop, as they were one of my favourites in terms of comfort and style.

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Joy Mongomery

Style Notes: If you're not a fan of the strappy styles that are everywhere at the moment, this pointed black pair offers a great alternative.

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Joy Mongomery

Style Notes: Not usually a fan of bedazzled shoes, I was surprised by how much I liked this ankle-strap pair. They've got the on-trend '90s simplicity but with an extra party-ready embellishment.

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Joy Mongomery

Style Notes: This is another pair which is set to drop on Zara's website any day now. With just the right amount of colour and sparkle, they make for a good middle ground between a pair of minimalist strappy sandals and the extroverted, all-bells-and-whistles variety.

Shop the Zara Party-Shoes Edit

This kitten-heeled pair gives good colour clash.

A classic style for all your '90s needs.

A great alternative to heeled strappy sandals.

Obsessed with the teal colour of these flats.

These shoes will make a serious statement. 

These '70s-inspired platforms were born to be worn with a party suit.