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Fashion: 4th + Reckless Party Feet


Yay! December is here (in just two sweet days), so now’s the time to properly start prepping for an endless array of Christmas gatherings, parties, get-togethers and general fun!

Along with the hundreds of party dresses I have lined up to whittle through (OK so not hundreds, that would be pretty amazing, but I definitely went OTT with my ordering over the Black Friday weekend), the next hurdle was finding a pair of classic shoes. When I say ‘classic’ I say it because I’m one of those girls that doesn’t hugely follow trends when it comes to footwear: I just want a timeless pair of black stilettos that will go with every possible item.


But not a pair that are too plain. I don’t want to look like I’ve owed the pair since I was 21. A pair with a bit of detail and a stunning twist. I spend most of my day times wearing comfortable shoes which aim to look after my feet, so I don’t mind going all out with staggering heels on the weekend. For work, I’ll opt for comfort when standing on my feet all day. After all, your feet are what carry you every day!

After being made aware of 4th + Reckless, I browsed the site and found what I now safely say are my go to ‘little black party shoes’. And totally with a difference, because they go slightly away from the classic court shoe or open toe style shoe. Instead, these Amber Mesh Stiletto Black Heels feature caged style fabric, and a sky scraper fine heel.


Retailing at a super affordable £28, this pretty pair are ideal for teaming with skinny jeans, leggings, and more importantly, party dresses!

If you’re looking for some new heels to pair up with your occasion wear this December, but don’t want to be parting with £50 for different pairs, I’d highly recommend checking out 4th Reckless. The site is completely new to me, and I’ve been overly impressed with the range of catwalk inspired – and classic – styled shoes.


Very happy to discover this brand!

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