The Best Holiday Shoes & Dress Boots For Baby Girls

High heeled shoes, strappy shoes, party shoes, itty bitty baby shoes – I’m obsessed with shoes. If you come over to my house, I have a large selection for each size range (0-3 months, 3-6 months, etc) that I can’t bear to part with. Yes I know it sounds a little silly, but have you seen some of these baby shoes? Incredible amount of cute in such a teeny tiny package. Oof! It’s just too much.

  • Brocade Beauties

    Brocade Beauties

    These gorgeous brocade ballerina shoes are lined with an eco-friendly felt, hand embroidered arund the edges and are topped with a beautifuly golden brooch. If you click on this link you can find out more about these shoes and read my original review on them. I’ve been a fan for awhile now!

  • Pretty Polka Dots

    Pretty Polka Dots

    What is it about polka dots that instantly cheer you up? I’m a big fan of these Soft Motion Minnie Mouse Shoes by Stride Rite and those pink bows just take them over the top.

  • Denim Booties

    Denim Booties

    There are times when an outfit calls for boots and shoes just won’t do. These beautiful denim boots are lined in the softest minky fabric for warmth. Instead of slipping on, these have a velcro closure with a felt flower embellishment.

    No worries about slips in these boots! A non-skid fabric lines the bottoms.

  • Golden Shoes

    Golden Shoes

    Metallics are always popular during the Fall/Winter months. Made from gold leather, these traditional brogue crib shoes are just the ticket for the holidays.

  • Cafe Latte Booties

    Cafe Latte Booties

    Creamy and oh so dreamy! These beautiful fleece boots are super warm and are decorated with a beautiful pair of handmade fleece flowers and cream satin ribbons.

  • Glittery Slip-Ons

    Glittery Slip-Ons

    They may look like black patent shoes from afar – until the light hits them and you notice the glimmer and shine. Made from a glittery patent, these holiday shoes have a cute plaid bow embellishment on the back.

  • Purple Suede Boots

    Purple Suede Boots

    Have you ever heard of upcycling? These adorable purple suede baby boots are made with recycled leather coats and lined in flannel. They slip on and stay put thanks to the hidden elastic at the ankle. Love the bow detailing!

  • Peacock Peep Toes

    Peacock Peep Toes

    Yes those are indeed peep toe shoes for babies! The exterior is made out of black satin, while the interior is lined in a fun turquoise polka dot cotton. A peacock feather and Swarovski crystal grace the top.

  • Twinkle Toes

    Twinkle Toes

    Light and almost fairy-like, these are just about as delicate as you can possibly get when it comes to baby footwear. This pair of embellished gold sequin baby ballet flats have a thin gold ribbon to tie around your babies ankle. They come with a matching headband.

  • Ivory Rose

    Ivory Rose

    Place your baby’s foot in a bed of roses, with these ivory rosette shoes lined in an ivory fabric.

  • Robin Egg Blue

    Robin Egg Blue

    An oversized bow tops these delicate ballet flats trimmed in super thin cream ribbon. They are great for holiday parties, but also ideal for everyday.

  • Faux Fur Fabulousness

    Faux Fur Fabulousness

    Cold days call for warm boots and these are definitely that! Made from fleece, faux fur and sheepskin, these leopard print boots are decorated with a red satin ribbon for added flair.

  • Shiny Reds

    Shiny Reds

    Everyone needs a pair of shiny red shoes! Red patent Mary Jane shoes to be exact.

  • Toasty Toes

    Toasty Toes

    Are the floors chilly at Grandma’s house? Minnie Mouse is happy to help with these cozy faux fur lined boots.

With upcoming holiday parties, family photos and play dates, a new pair of shoes is a must. Patent Mary Janes, suede party shoes, mini boots and polka dot pretties are just some of the stylish footwear I’ve rounded up for your little princess.

Now if I can just get these companies to make some of these styles in my own size I’ll be all set!

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