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Spring’s Hottest Footwear

by Anna P. | December 27th, 2011 | Shoes, Women's Fashion
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We still have a little while to go before spring arrives, but it’s never to early to think about the season’s most spectacular footwear trends. Here is a list of what trends we can look forward to the most next spring!

Feminine Footwear

Fall brings androgyny and spring brings hyper-femininity. One of this season’s hottest trends is all about delicate prints, thin stiletto heels, and ruffles galore. These styles look best with simple sheath dresses or A-line skirts. You could also wear these shoes with cropped pants and shorts!

Strappy Wedge Heels

A strappy wedge heel is the perfect alternative for heels, because it’s more balanced. Look for this season’s sexiest styles in cool colors like fuchsia, aqua, or tangerine. Pair these shoes with your every day denim or cute rompers.

 Casual Slip-on Sandals

When it comes to footwear, you can’t get much more laid-back than with a pair of slip-on sandals. Whether it’s a pair of flip-flops or frilly mules, these shoes will complement just about everything including shorts, denim skirts, minidresses, and much more.

Pointy-toed Heels

Pointy-toed heels are in. To maintain a sense of comfort, make sure that you purchase a pair with a low-to-moderate heel. You could also find a pair that’s got a softer point. Save these shoes for dressier occasions like parties or other special events.  You could wear them with a nice skirt suit or feminine halter dress.

Transparent Footwear

This trend is one of the most hard to pull off, but with a little creativity and savvy style sense, it is possible to wear it well. The first step to style success is to find a pair that you will actually want to wear. Don’t go with light or clear shoes, go for a style with darker color like black or navy. Even better, find a pair of shoes that isn’t completely transparent, instead, seek a pair that’s got transparent straps or other details.

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