The 2020s are here ! And what better way to welcome the New Year, I mean ~decade~, than with new shoes?! From aqua-blue sporty Mary Janes to woven ballet flats, there is a huge range to choose from to tickle your fancy. But those who still yearn for the good old days of 2019, do not fret—the ubiquitous sneaker (with some fun updates), the square-toe shoe, and more are here to stay.
Whatever your preference, these shoe trends have you covered for 2020, and some are great for all year long. You’ll feel ready to take on whatever the decade has in store, at least in terms of footwear. Check the first part here and you’re welcome!
Forget Stan Smith Style.
Everyone loves a bit of nostalgia and the ugly trainers from the 90,s are back in fashion! There are some outrageous pairs on the market… but you’d have to be VERY brave to wear these shoes.
The style overhaul has seen the rise in boast chunky soles, clashing colours and a mix of materials.
If you need some convincing in order to give this trend a try, allow us to present some pairs that just might align with your own personal style preferences. Browse the images below to find a chunky sneaker pair that’s just for you.
After years with Alfândega do Porto as its stage, the 42nd Portugal Fashion changed the riverside building to the City Park. On this event we got a chance to see the Autumn/Winter fashion shows, whose opening took place, as usual, in Lisbon on March 17 and then in Porto from March 22 to 24.
Portugal Fashion’s organization considered that “in this edition, we follow the organizational logic of the great international fashion shows such as London, New York and Paris, which privilege the accomplishment of the parades in large removable structures installed in city centers”. The special construction in Queimódromo do Porto reinforced “the promotional capacity, the aesthetic language and the authoral world-view of creators and brands”.
On the video bellow you can get a sneak peek of the best proposals for next winter by some of the major Portuguese shoe brands: Ambitious, The Baron’s Cage, Fly London, J. Reinaldo, Nobrand and Rufel. Let yourself be inspired by these designers’ suggestions for the coldest season.
This season’s ’80s revival is applying some excess to your footwear in the form of embellishment. Yes, you have our full permission to opt for the sparkliest shoes you can get your hands on.
Not only are they the most fitting way to finish off a power dress, they’re also the easiest approach to dressing up a simple sweater and jeans, so that the day-to-night style quandary is sorted.
Check our suggestions and the links to buy them and choose your top of our wish list!