Spring’s Eclectic Shoe Trends

Christina January 11, 2012 0

Searching for the perfect shoe that encompasses a classic style with an artistic edge is hard to come across.  Thankfully, the spring runways have been cluttered with amazing shoe designs. It’s no wonder most are reported to be on months-long waitlists. Think luxurious silhouettes and killer heels.

Snag a peak and decide for yourself from some high designer and more affordable pieces:

Stuart Weitzman
The lady-like look of Mary Janes makes a comeback for spring at Stuart Weitzman in pretty pastels.

BCBG MAX AZRIA
A trend to keep, colorblocking is transitioning from fall into spring. The Milan color-blocked sandal is the perfect complement to a new seasonal wardrobe.

Prada
Sparks flew when Prada sent these ’50s-inspired hotrod shoes down the spring catwalk.

Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton took a break from its characteristic architectural, hardware-studded heels and embraced bright patent silver-tipped pumps for spring.


Manolo Blahnik

Effortlessly combining glamour with futurism, the shoe master never fails with details of floral print, color block and bright colors for spring.

If you had to pick only one, which coveted spring shoe would you choose?

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