Some are still fighting the snow out their driveway, some, like myself, daydream about the upcoming seasons and plan ahead outfits and shopping lists!
Some useful tips for everyone who’s ignoring the day-to-day fashion reality and concentrate in the future (after all, the Fall/Winter 2016 Fashion Week is running now)! It’s harder to play by size rules and determine what each one must wear, so footwear is definitely making all our lives brighter and easier to step up in the big fashion game! Let’s see what shoes you need to wear this Spring Summer 2015, straight from major houses ad campaigns:
They’re going strong for a couple of years already and there’s no sign that the flatform world domination will end anytime soon! They’re easy to wear, comfortable and they come in a multitude of colors and prints! Chances are you already own a pair or two from seasons past!
See also: Makeup ideas for Spring!
Laced Up & Fringed
The everlasting charm of laced up sandals is making a serious comeback for Spring Summer 2015. From knee-high gladiators with wider straps to spaghetti thin laced up flat sandals, there’s a little something for every taste, every age and every silhouette! Even if you’re not a fan of laced up shoes, the fringed details are just as trendy this season!
Stilettos, flats, sneakers, sandals – for Spring Summer 2015, you definitely need to mirror the sunshine in your every step! Entirely golden or with golden decorations, keep metallic shoes at hand, you’ll be needing them to make a fashion statement this Spring Summer 2015!
See also: How to wear summer essentials: linen!
Chunky heels, cloggish allures, the footwear of the seventies is back and is ready to rock your steps! The chunky heels are clearly a must, especially if they’re made from wood or simply imitating the wood texture. Nothing can beat the earthly, flower-power feeling of a natural shoe carrying you everywhere!
See also: Simple ways to wear green for Spring!
Do you need any updates to your current footwear stock? Any preferences? I would personally add laced up sandals to my heavy rotation closet and maybe some metallics too! Oh, and I already have a DIY project in mind, to bring the trendy element to an old pair of sandals!