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“Winter 2019: 5 trends that will set your feet free”

“Winter 2019: 5 trends that will set your feet free”

Changing season can be really stressful. The weather is unpredictable and the wardrobe renovation takes up the (little) free time left over the weekend. And yet, season changes are also the best time for fashion lovers. A breath of fresh air, not only in the forecaster, but also in our style projects. For us, the arrival of the new season means only one thing: new trends and endless possibilities to experiment!

We threw ourselves head-on into e-commerces and blogs to discover all the new trends and, coming to shoes, we identified 5 that are absolutely unmissable. For what reason? Not only they’ll allow you to keep your feet warm even in the coldest temperatures (which in any case is already a good reason to appreciate them), but also because they are long-lasting buying tips, which will not disappear next season but will last in the following months.

No longer just cowboy boots, boots take inspirations form other landscapes and new adventures. For the day they are technical ankle boots: the sole is thick and rubber, the strings vaguely recall those of mountain boots we used to put on (reluctantly) for family Sunday excursions. Inspiration comes from nature and gardening, which requires comfort 24 hours a day.

Simon Miller via netaporter.com

via zara.com
Louboutin via christianlouboutin.com
&OtherStories via stories.com

For some time now the focus has shifted to the heel and the sole. The platform is coming back on the stage and, even if we remain skeptical, this exaggerated trend fascinates us, perhaps because it reminds us of the end of the last century and the beginning of the current one. The chunky allure will be a winner both for the coming season and for the upcoming one and, especially when it comes to loafers, we can’t wait to try it. Maybe with a pair of matching socks and all the 80’s business woman spirit.

Amina Muaddi via netaporter.com

See by Chloé via netaporter.com
Dries von Noten via netaporter.com
STELLA MCCARTNEY Lace-up faux leather platform boots | via Netaporter

Loewe boots via farfetch

As you can see, there’s something for everybody. If you don’t really want casual and ultra modern shoes and instead cultivate a certain taste for the belle époque, the laced ankle boots are the trend for you. By Far was perhaps the first brand to propose the model and now it is literally everywhere. Ultra slim ankle boots, often with kitty heels and pointed, characterized by a chastened front lacing. If you combine them with a midi skirt you will be elegant and refined (and Miss Rottermeier will certainly be proud of you!), but if you wear them with jeans and blazers they will also be suitable for more informal situations.

By Far via byfar.com

Tabitha Simmons via netaporter.com

Legres via netaporter.com

Ann Demeulemeester via anndemeulemeester.com

For a romantic (or also not!) evening, there is only one model you must have in the wardrobe this winter (and next spring!) and it is the Mary Jane. Super super super feminine, it’s a real feast for the eyes. Feel free to wear them with everything: jeans, shorts, midi, short and long skirts, cocktail dresses and jumpsuits, but also with the office power-suit, every outfit will be perfect. We offer you the Mary Jane evolution, both with heel and without it and with fresh shapes. Just try to imagine how many combinations you can get from them.

Fendi via netaporter.com

Salvatore Ferragamo via netaporter.com

Tabitha Simmons via netaporter.com

Last but not least (indeed) the combat boots trend. If you have followed us with the reviews from the last fashion month then you know that it is really a huge trend, perhaps because we feel combative, alert and ready to travel many kilometers to conquer what we want.

Those of Bottega Veneta and Prada are already a cult piece, but we also propose you the Alexander McQueen model, high to the knee and super super aggressive.

See Also

PRADA Monolith leather boots via thedoublef.com

Miu Miu via miumiu.com

Bottega Veneta via mytheresa.com

Dolce&Gabbana via mytheresa.com

Chloé via mytheresa.com

Alexander McQueen via mytheresa.com

Words by Giulia Greco

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