These Runway Shoes Will Define The Footwear Trend Next Season

These Runway Shoes Will Define The Footwear Trend Next Season


Don’t know what to wear for summer 2020? Worry not, let this be your guide on what to shoes to wear.

While the majority of people are only focusing on the dresses in almost every fashion show, style savants know the importance of scrutinizing each and every detail—from the hair accessories down to the shoes. So, as we’ve already told you what clothes to don next season, it’s high time we now set the footwear trend. From Kate Spade’s platform sandals to Bottega Veneta’s square-toe mules, these are the finest runway shoes that’ll surely dominate the industry.

Platform Sandals

Looks like 2020 will be bringing us back to the 70s as platform sandals will once more be a trend. From Kate Spade to Simone Rocha, this unique footwear trend can effortlessly make you stand out. Plus, it also adds more height—now who doesn’t want that?

Colorful Knee-High Boots

Who said boots are only for winter? As spring comes, rain also arrives. And what better way to prepare for it à la mode than by wearing colorful knee-high boots. After seeing Gucci and Marc Jacobs surprise us with their choice of dainty footwear, it’s just a matter of time we’ll see ladies wearing one.

Floral Prints

Whatever Miss Priestley will say, florals will stand to be groundbreaking. Well, this time, it’s safe to say that it is, simply because we haven’t seen this trend for quite a long time now in the shoe department. And honestly speaking, it’s a fresh sight to see as designers like Halpern and Tory Burch amped it up for next season.

Lace Sandals

Taking inspiration from the 60s and 70s with a Grecian modern twist, lace sandals are here. And as the breeze will become warmer after the holidays, it’s time to get your feet into some sandals. The best thing about it is that you can play your look with it—whether it’s simply stunning in white like Valentino’s or neon pink similar to Off-White.

Square-Toed Shoes

Now, it seems like square-toed shoes are becoming more geometrical. More and more designers are cashing in on creating square-toed shoes. As Bottega Venetta’s leading the charge of revolutionizing a menswear “don’t” into a women’s must-have shoe, we are teemed with more choices like what we’ve seen in Balenciaga.

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