Unexpected winter shoes
With the winter still here we would like to talk some more about this year’s winter shoes.
There are so many different trends making their way into this winter’s collection but one trend seems to stick out – heels, heels, heels. More and more girls throw their comfortable everyday shoes for the trendy heels. We understand that winter shoes need to be comfortable and warm but that does not exclude heels.
Heels can get you through the day, keep your feet warm and still look fabulous. Chunky heels in particular have made winter shoes more desired than ever. They will not only support your feet but they will look great. Dolce & Gabbana introduced an extraordinary collection with this year’s winter shoes and Fendi didn’t disappoint. With D&G sparkle and Fendi’s classic cut there is something for everyone.
Another trend for winter shoes this year was quite unexpected. Manly boots took women by a storm and became a must have item. Not only are they super comfortable but they look classy and even better when worn by a woman. Paul Smith and RED Valentino made sure that women get the best of both worlds and it is indeed worth it. They outdid themselves with this year’s winter shoes collections. My advice – go to the store ladies and buy a pair! There is a reason why men don’t complain that their feet are tired and we should find out!
And while on the topic of winter shoes – the cold doesn’t mean that you can’t go crazy with the colors. Whether you are wearing heels or flats this year’s winter shoes surprise us with amazing prints. Now women can choose between classic colors and fabulous prints.
All of this year’s collections can make a girl excited for next year winter shoes. Considering the styles we’ve seen so far and styles that are just entering the scene we cannot wait to see what next winter will bring. Trends could change all the time but a woman can find her perfect fit for every season.
Winter shoes are just a portion of what’s to come and we cannot wait to see what’s next!
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