Just like men's shoes, women's footwear will also come in bright pop colors this year. Jelly shoes have risen in popularity in the previous year and will continue doing so. They'll also be available in more colors as more designers are making them. Platform shoes will still be in and you'll be available in a wider array of colors. Braided sandals, espadrilles, and wedges can come out in the summer and, perhaps, throughout the year in tropical regions.
Trendy shoes can make a huge difference in your outfit. Even your simplest clothing can be the most stylish with some accessories and a pair of shoes in the color or pattern that you like.
Color variety and bold patterns define the footwear fashion trends for men and ladies this season. While you'll still never fail with the basic brown or black shoes, you should get, a minimum of, a set of shoes in a livelier shade to boost your wardrobe and remain in fashion.
Men's shoes this season are somehow a mixture of the eighties, the gangster era, and the rock-and-roll period. The major fashion week events worldwide recently showcased footwear in eye-catching colors. They all appeared as if a collection of fruit-flavored candies. In Paris and London, brands like Kenzo, Topman, River Island, Russell and Bromley, and Boxfresh featured sneakers, loafers, lace-ups, along with other kinds of shoes in baby blue, bottle green, canary yellow, as well as hot pink.
Two-tones are also creating a comeback. If you want to create a bold statement even just in more formal occasions, take a look at some two-tone shoes in shops today. Burberry, Emporio Armani, and Dolce & Gabbana are some of the well-known brands offer this fashion trend in men's footwear. The designers' only advice to men who'll be wearing these pairs would be to keep their socks simple.
For the daring men, patterned footwear is and in. Simply take the examples of Tommy Hilfiger, who recently introduced his camouflage desert boots, and Designer, who made his models wear leopard-print lace-ups around the catwalk. D&G has its own cheetah-print slip-on lounge shoes, while Stubbs & Wootton has its own red-and-blue tapestry slippers.