Shoe Trends For Spring-Summer 2018

It’s not hard to tell what we, girls, are obsessed with shoes! Every woman has never enough shoes! That’s why I decided to show you the upcoming shoe trends to try next Spring 2018. Every season comes with updated footwear, new colors and designs, that’s why we need to update our shoe wardrobe quite often. But no worries, there are several styles that stay in trend on yearly basis. All these shoes can be easily styled with almost any bottoms, from jeans, polished skirts to breezy joggers, and denim skirts and shorts. So, what are you waiting for, scroll down to find the best footwear designs for the upcoming hot months?

The first shoes I wanted to mention are the ones in silver sparkle. It’s no wonder why shiny metallic is so must-have, it draws lots of attention and can be worn with absolutely any outfit. You are free to choose either casual sandals, classic high heel pumps or sneakers. A pair of silver Oxfords looks pretty chic with white clothes, like a blazer, skirt and lightweight blouse. You can have fun with silver heeled pumps that can be worn with denim overalls and striped top. Next shoes to try are flatforms. This footwear might look like ugly shoe trend, but I kind of like them. Flatforms are popular among petite women who avoid wearing heels. You can try on Birkenstock flatforms with skinny light blue jeans and chambray shirt worn under a striped sweater, or make a statement during the summer months clad in a white shirt with a lace-up neckline updated with orange platform sandals. Have fun with sporty comfort by wearing a cool pair of sneakers. Why do I love kicks so much? These shoes are ideal for wearing with lots of clothes, starting from summer dresses to everyday basics. Yes, they are casual but extremely comfortable. Next shoe trend is gladiator sandals. I like them for practicality and laid-back look. Try them on with dresses, cut-offs and sexy skirts. The last but not least are mules. This season we can find this footwear everywhere around. I love them for a kind of 1960’s touch.

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