6 Shoe Trends to Know for Spring 2015
Whether sophisticated and strappy or bold and flat, footwear is heating up with the weather. Here, at Cobbler Concierge we’ve found the shoes you’ll want to own. Discover which runway looks are inspiring us for spring 2015.
While sneakers suit in cooler months, slides hit big this spring, proving the athletic aesthetic isn’t losing any momentum. As temperatures rise, laidback styles with plenty of kick strike the right note when paired with floaty spring skirts.
Designer guide: Tibi, Christopher Kane
Forget the power suit, this season is all about the power shoe. Climbing new heights – just skimming the knee - these aren’t your standard Grecian sandals. Let your legs shine, and keep these shoes far from your hemline, or be fashion brave and lace them over bright white skinny jeans.
Designer guide: Chloe, Rodarte
Give these backless wardrobe warriors a new spin for spring. This minimal style moment relies on moxie to thrive so smart details are a must. Tri-bands across the vamp or chunky Velcro straps make for a modern take.
Designer guide: Alexander Wang, Rag & Bone
Tied in part to the renewed interest in Grecian footwear, sinewy straps have captivating appeal. Both flat and heel options abound, but Cobbler Concierge prefers shoes that start crisscrossing right above the toes – natch!
Designer guide: Erdem, Marchesa
To the Point
The footwear gods are smiling at us with yet another grounded option. But these aren’t your basic ballerinas. Triangular shaped toes transform your flat favorites so you can wear them to work – or after hours.
Designer guide: Michael Kors, Armani
Stand tall in this beach-ready style staple. Even if the thought of platform heels sends you reeling, flatforms - their thicker, more balanced cousin – will elevate your look. For best effect, wear with a wink.
Designer guide: DKNY, Marni