The New Celebrity Shoe Trend We Really Didn't See Coming

Most of the shoe trends for summer 2019 we saw coming, such as strappy sandals and velcro sandals, however, there is one pair of shoes that we keep spotting on celebrity feet that has totally thrown us—colorful heels. Victoria Beckham has arguably kick-started this one thanks to the three-inch high stilettos from her own label are available in both neon green and pink. She has worn them to every event in her calendar this summer, from a football match at Old Trafford to a night with the Duchess of Cambridge to a wedding in Seville.

Wearing a colorful high heel is a color blocking trick that was really popular in 2011—however, the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Mandy Moore are revisiting this old styling trick. There are three colors that are really dominating this summer—an electric pink, marigold yellow, and highlighter green. 

Keep scrolling to see and shop the unlikely shoe trend celebrities are into this summer. 

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Style Notes: At the Goop wellness summit in London, Gwyneth Paltrow wore a pair of yellow pumps with her clashing red top and trousers from Delpozo. The red sole perfectly ties the look together. 

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Style Notes: Victoria Beckham wore her bright pink neon pumps with a white knot-print dress to a wedding in Seville earlier this summer. 

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Style Notes: Many Moore wore a white suit with bright pink pumps to the couture shows in Paris this week. 

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Style Notes: Victoria Beckham is a big fan of her bright pink pumps—and she wore them for a night with the Duchess of Cambridge with a white shirt and black trousers. 

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Style Notes: VB's signature pumps also come in neon green—and she wore them with jeans and a T-shirt to watch a football game in Manchester. 

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Style Notes: Celine Dion personifies the word "extra," and at the couture shows in Paris this week, she wore a pair of yellow-and-white pumps. 

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Style Notes: Pink neon heels are also popular with the street style set.

This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.