"Hi-Heel Sneakers" (often also spelled "High Heel Sneakers") is a blues song recorded by Tommy Tucker in 1963. The song, an uptempo twelve-bar blues, "has a spare, lilting musical framework" with a strong vocal. Tommy Tucker's original recording hit number one on the Cash Box R&B Locations chart and number eleven on the Billboard Hot 100.
The opening line "Put on your red dress, mama—'cause you're going out tonight" was used in a TV commercial for Fresh Start laundry detergent in the mid-1980s. The commercial's message was that a woman could be told in the afternoon that she's going out that night and by using the detergent, her dress would be clean well in time for her night out.