With this spring 2011 shoe guide you’ll always look fine, chic, and in-the-know!
Chunky block heels stad in contradiction to the ethereal silhouettes we watched on the runways. No more broken ankles and most of all, no more boredom! The trendiest block heels are colourful and feature a platform sole. Block heels and block colours? That makes sense.
As seen in: Rodarte, Viktor & Rolf
Taking their clue from the 1990’s era where the Spice Girls ruled the music world (and probably not only music!) platform wedges are the best compliment to on-trend 70’s fashion. Platforms match high waisted flare pants, a maxi skirt and a pleated dress!
As seen in: Lavin, Fendi
Walk with some confidence and power in a pair of tough boots. It’s funny designers convinced us that military meets rocker edge boots look best with flirty florals and made it a very spring 2011 look. Choose the ones that have a vintage look and a comfy feel.
As seen in: Burberry Prorsum, Nicholas K
Trendy and super cute – this is how the summer 2011 season’s must-have espadrilles can be described. A textured jute that wraps the high wedge heel and platform is just not enough. Choose the ones in a cheery style meaning with the accompaniment of bright hues.
As seen in: Diane von Furstenberg, Narciso Rodriguez
Creep on, creepin’ on. Looks like the traditional moccasin-inspired deck shoes are back with their elevated TPR soles. Love them or hate them, creepers promise to lift yourself head and shoulders above the fray in a standout style. It is a truly distinctive look.
As seen in: Prada, Bottega Veneta
Classic Oxford shoes are like a soft vintage meets casual. Popularised by a crowd of A-listers who sometimes choose oxfords as a remedy to their tired feet but more frequently to stay in-the-know. Oxford shoes present a tailored style of classic menswear which looks intriguing on a woman.
As seen in: Balenciaga, Jean Paul Gaultier