With autumn’s arrival, Fashion Week attendees were all about boots — in New York, London, Milan and Paris. As the sartorial elite hopped between the world’s biggest fashion destinations, they opted for boots that a little extra style. Check some of those.
While a cinched waist is a timeless trait, it’s one which has fallen off the radar somewhat in high fashion circles due to the ever-growing fondness for a loose, undefined silhouette. Next season, however, it’s all change, and we’ll be reaching for our belts to wrap around everything, from knits to coats and everything in-between.
We know that the spring just started but to us, developers, we are always thinking ahead. One of the trends to keep an eye on are the sneakprints shoes. From boots to sandals, this animal skin footwear is the perfect way to tie an outfit together. Go guilt-free by wearing a killer pair of faux snakeskin knee-high boots and a midi skirt, or switch things up a bit with reptilian heels and an all-black outfit. You don’t have to keep the viper skin in a traditional colour; out of the box colours such as blues or pinks also look amazing when styled with analogous shades. With shoes this amazing, you’ll be the biggest trend-setter out there.
Like them or not, mules have become a closet must-have and are trending for this spring. Transition between seasons with an open-toe block heel. Not quite a sandal and definitely not a pump, it’s an easy way to lighten up the feel of your look while still remaining polished.
Feathers, toe ring sandals, crystals, and seashells: Spring 2019’s biggest shoe trends are anything but basic. If the runways were any indication, this season is all about having fun with your footwear. Haters will say it’s too early, but we’re already ready to start thinking ahead to open-toe shoes and sandals again. In anticipation of a new season in footwear, we rounded some shoes from the Spring 2019 runways in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. Until the spring is not here, consider it a spark of inspiration as you start to think ahead to your next season wardrobe.