With a new season around the corner we start to look at the main season Summer fashion trends dictate our wardrobe for SS20. And while we already have the main line Spring bag trends We are all in favor of updating our shoe game. After all, as Marilyn put it, “give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world”.
As always, we’re looking for inspiration on the catwalk. So keep scrolling for the top shoe trends you can invest this season, including Chloé, Prada and Jacquemus.
Thanks to the revival of the new season of the square shoe, our love affair with the 90s now extends to shoes. It has adopted every shoe style, from sandals to boots, as with Bottega, Proenza Schouler and A.W.A.K.E.
Naked sandals were everywhere last summer and can’t be stopped. In shows like Rejina Pyo, Burberry and Roland Mouret, they continued to dominate the SS20 catwalk. Look for great shopping at The Row and Neous and high street counterparts at Topshop, Mango and Zara.
Proenza and Gucci were just two of many who included straps or anklets in their SS20 shoes, and it even looks like they’ll decorate AW20 boots when the JW Anderson show has something to offer by. In Bottega and Alighieri you will find some pretty options that make any other jewelry unnecessary.
Platforms are back and fancier than ever. Designers like Fendi, Giambattista Vali and Sacai take their sandals, espadrilles and hiking shoes to new heights thanks to a chunky sole.
They may look like mother shoes, but trust me when I say that high-heeled and flat loafers are big news for SS20. Seen at Loewe and Prada, among others, they are the perfect elegant work shoe without compromising on comfort. Couple with one short suit for the ultimate power look.
Send flip flops
Goodbye Havaianas, hello Givenchy. The modest flip-flop has been redesigned this season by designers like Givenchy, The Row and Marni. Invest in yours now and wear them with a silk midi skirt and cardigan for an adult 90s look.
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