Shoe Trends  Spring15`

Shoe Trends Spring15`

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Paging all shoe-lovers — and that’s all of us, right? The Spring ’15 runways gave us a whole new crop of kicks to covet for this season. So what exactly do we have to look forward to? Designers emphasized wearability and ease, delivering flatforms and block heels, not to mention a selection of flats, dressed up with fringe and embellishment so you don’t even have to feel guilty about not wearing your heels. It’s all right here; just scroll for your preview of Spring’s new footwear.

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Woven Details

Whether crafted with a more natural look or made of more futuristic technicolor fabric, like the shoes at Alexander Wang, woven cropped up at some of our favorite designers, giving subtle dimension to heels and Spring sandals.

 

Shoe trend woven detail  -Alexander-Wang-Spring-2015 Shoe trend - woven detail Bottega-Veneta-Spring-2015

Power Pumps

Pointed toes and high stiletto heels were still the mark of a great power pump. Spring ’15’s iterations come with ankle straps, slingbacks, too, and in every case, they’re still a sign of classic womanly dressing.

 

Shoe trend power pump -Zac-Posen-Spring-2015    Shoe trend -power pump Lela-Rose-Spring-2015

 

 

All Laced Up

Whether they’re tied up around the ankle and even the calf, we’re already predicting that statement-making lace-up sandals will be any fashion girl’s must-have footwear come Spring.

 

Shoe trend - lacedup Tibi-Spring-2015   Shoe Trend- laced upCynthia-Rowley-Spring-2015  Shoe trend - laced up Michael-Kors-Spring-2015

 

Western Influence

With bold references, like spurs and the tougher, metal hardware at Marissa Webb, or more subtle influence, like the shape of the shoes at Victoria Beckham, Western-inspired kicks are having a moment.

 

Shoe trends -western influence Gucci-Spring-2015  Shoe trends - Western influence Victoria-Beckham-Spring-2015

 

 

Fancy Flats

Embellishments, feathered details, fringe, and multistrap buckles made Spring ’15 sandals anything but average. These flats are dressy enough to wear right along with your party dress.

 

Shoe trend Fancy flats Kate-Spade-Spring-2015  Shoe trends fancy flats Peter-Som-Spring-2015

 

Colorblock

Two tones — sometimes even three — are better than one. That was the lesson with the colorblock sandals, ankle-straps, and slides that hit the runway. The best part? They’ll add interest to your outfit without even trying.

 

Shoe trend color block Anna-Sui-Spring-2015  Shoe trend -color block 31-Phillip-Lim-Spring-2015  Shoe trend -color block Versace-Spring-2015

 

Flatforms

Spring’s references to the ’70s brought out a return of the flatform.

 

Shoe trend -platformsPorts-1961-Spring-2015  Shoe trends platformsRoberto-Cavalli-Spring-2015  Shoe trend -platforms Derek-Lam-Spring-2015

 

Block Heels

Forget tall, spindly stilettos — the heel to have for Spring is a wide, supportive block heel. Feet, rejoice!

 

Shoe trend block heels Jil-Sander-Spring-2015  shoe trend - block heel Tory-Burch-Spring-2015

 

 

 

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