Top Women Footwear Trends You Need to Follow to Step Up Your Game

People say, “to have a deeper insight into someone’s personality, look at their shoes.” And that’s kind of true.

Moreover, a good pair of shoes can take you to mountains and drop you off one too, quite literally. (try going mountain climbing with slippers and you’ll know!)

You not only need to be comfortable with your shoes but also on point with fashion fad.

Top Women Footwear Trends

Here are the top women footwear trends that you definitely need to follow this season,

Old School High- Heel Pumps

Although not for all, many can’t even imagine going to high-end dinners without this not-so-comfortable footwear. This season you can also try some bright colors of yellow and purple to have a fresher look. These 80s style high heels are getting big this year.

Transparent Footwear

Wanna feel like Cinderella? You can, with some transparent slippers and be on point too. Chanel made this footwear a fashion rage through its see-through plastic collection.

White Sneakers

Are you a fan of Converse or Nike? Well! it doesn’t matter, because both have beautiful pure white sneakers and they are trending too.

Comfy Floral Flip-Flops

This season flats are definitely in. They are always super comfy and give a chic look to your casual style. Be it simple flip-flops or flat sandals, the right style can definitely set you on a right path.  Softer hues of pastel colors with floral patterns can be pleasing to eyes and just the thing for this spring.

Slouch Boots

Top women footwear trends

Skinny jeans and slouch boots has always been an exquisite combination, and they have returned this year. Hopefully, to stay!

Feathery Shoes

Feathers are in-style and that too on almost every footwear. Be it flats, pumps or high-heels, feathers are going to make you look just voguish enough.

If you think we have missed out any women footwear trend of this season, do let us know in the comment section.

Hunia Yousuf is a medical (MBBS) student and a psychiatry aspirant. She is a self proclaimed extroverted-introvert. While casually reading (more like breathing) fiction, she learnt to generate characters of her own and weave them into a plot for her own pleasure.

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