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All the Cool Girls Can’t Get Enough of These Festive Party Heels

All the Cool Girls Can’t Get Enough of These Festive Party Heels

We’ve spotted them on everyone from Rihanna to Hailey Bieber.

Every few years, a shoe designer comes along and steals the heart of fashion lovers. Right now, that glorious title belongs to Amina Muaddi. I’m sure you’ve seen quite a few celebs strutting around in the brand’s party-ready pumps. Those embellished stilettos anchored by a trademarked pyramid are quite hard to miss.

Back in 2019, models like Kendall Jenner made heads turn in Amina Muaddi’s clear, Cinderella-esque Begum heels. And she’s not the only one who loves those see-through slingbacks. There are quite a few celebrities with that same exact style in their closet, from Kylie Richards to Rihanna.

That’s not the only beloved style in Amina Muaddi’s collection. Over the years, the brand has managed to escape the crutches of being a one-hit-wonder with captivating new designs. From its electric neon mules to its fun, chunky wedges, the label has mastered the art of the celebratory shoe in several ways.

If you’re thinking about the perfect party heel to wear to all of the upcoming holiday soirées on your calendar, look no further. Below, find six looks inspired by our favorite style stars and Amina Muaddi’s beloved heels.



The Wild Mule


Ensure your shoes are the life of the party with a playful animal print similar to Hailey Bieber’s neon snakeskin mules or Amina Muaddi’s dalmatian print sandals.



The Cinderella Slippers


Have your fairytale moment just like Kyle Richards in a transparent bejeweled pump by Amina Muaddi.



The Sparkle Toes


Jazz up a pointed-toe heel with a curvy heel outlined in hypnotizing jewels or Amina Muaddi’s signature broach similar to the ones worn by Gabrielle Union.



The Cool Wedge


Let Paloma Elsesser’s effortlessly cool style inspire your party-ready look. Here she’s wearing a pair of Amina Muaddi’s coveted, comfortable wedges.



The Embellished Sandal


Follow Elsa Hosk’s lead and strap on a pair of the limited-edition shoes Amina Muaddi created with A$AP Rocky. Or take the bedazzled look to the next level with a bright orange design from the label.



The Sleek Pump


If you’re looking for a heel that can work for both night and day, follow Rihanna’s lead and skip the crystal embellishments with a classic pair of Amina Muaddi pumps.

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