2018's Biggest Shoe Trends Are Breathtaking—And We Want One of Each
There's something about glamorous shoes that makes women go wild. Maybe it's the design, or maybe it's the expensive price tag that somehow lures us in? Either way, we have a thing for what we put on our feet every day that there's no denying—we all have a weakness.
Today, we’ve been thinking about the shoe trends that are predicted to be huge in 2018 that we just can't shake. And no, they're not the ‘ugly’ sock boots or the ballet flat sneakers we’ve seen roaming Instagram in recent months. We’re talking shoe trends that are a bit more glamorous: perspex, fur detailing, satin and feather shoes to name a few. The shoes you dream of strutting into a party in.
Especially at this time of year, when socialising is at its peak, we’re skipping the comfortable sneakers and buying these breathtaking shoes instead.
Keep scrolling to shop the trends.
Buckle detailing gives a whole new meaning to the classics. Give your go-to black pumps and loafers a chic update in 2018.
The 2017 kitten heel lives on, only this time it's a little more architectural and artistic.
Designers are getting super creative with this trend which means we're in it for the long run.
Sandals, boots and heels are exaggerated for 2018, lengthening up the calf. Get ahead of the trend before your friends do.
The '90s is the fashion decade that keeps on giving. Also known as lucite, the naked perspex shoes are fun and ornamental. Thanks to Yeezy, this trend is going nowhere fast.
You probably hated the trend at first but admit it now, fur-detailing shoes are kind of the best trend that ever circulated.
If you think embellishment is limited for out of office, think again. These styles are good enough to wear seven days a week.
Pretty satin is here to stay—you can party in these shoes for hours.
Boy are these pastel shoes made for summer. We're ditching thongs for these slides.
This should really just become a wardrobe staple. Metallic shoes can take an average outfit and make it memorable.
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