We know an infallible remedy for the winter Blues — and it’s not vitamins and morning exercise, and good old shopping. Nothing better than a new pair of shoes will not heal a women’s soul with anguish. But how to choose a pair that will not only warm the cold autumn and winter days, but also to delight in their appearance? Refer to the main trends that are worth paying attention to.
Rough boots in military style
Even dedicated pacifists can not admit that the shoes in military style is an ideal choice for rainy autumn and cold winter. Rough boots on a tractor sole come on all fashion fronts. Following the precepts of designers and stylists, to combine them it is necessary not only and not so much with jeans, and parks, many with dresses with floral prints or knit skirts on the figure. The laces, by the way, does not have to be in the color of the shoes — you can choose contrasting colors or even replace them with ribbon to create a bold mix.
Glitter and metallic
All this glitter! Your shoes must Shine, Shine and distinguish you from the crowd. For modest ladies, the designers have provided a traditional model, decorated with sequins only steady wide heel of medium height. But these ladies are enjoying the trend in all its splendor: studded glitter boots, ankle boots metallic leather or boots, embroidered with beads, sequins and pearls, featuring all of the fruits of boundless imagination favorite designers. Wearing such shoes, do not limit yourself to only going to the restaurant or club is now allowed to Shine and in everyday life.
You now surprised by the boots of his youth? Yes, nostalgia for the 90-m still can not leave the fashion catwalks. In recent seasons, with enviable regularity in the collections we could observe popular in those years, boots-stockings from a stretch fabric which tightly enclose the foot, emphasizing her grace and elegance. And if at first this trend seemed to be returning too quickly, now when these boots came out, every second celebrity or fashion blogger, it’s time to recognize the right stretch boots to occupy a place in our wardrobe. Most of these models are made from satin or velvet, but you can find more non-standard variants — for example, lace. Length stretch boots can vary from ankle boots to jackboots.
Bold, equaline, bold — thigh deserve for a variety of epithets. This Shoe has captured the hearts of fashionistas and designers, and is not going to give up their positions next season. If you still think this model looks vulgar and unacceptable in everyday life, think again! Suede black boots on a wide-heeled shoes will perfectly fit a business dress code, and in combination with the military jacket will look elegant and quite chastely. In other words, if handled properly, this trend is becoming true to the sound and translates the message, that you’ll ask him — equalnet, strength or courage. Lifehack: shoes immediately loses the touch of vulgarity, if you choose the model on a stable wide heel, and a «claw» in the front.
If last year the bold color of the shoes was considered white, which is to wear with caution, this fall and winter, we together go to red — by the way, is much more practical! Red boots, ankle boots and shoes may be the only bright accent in the company of with blue jeans and grey jacket, and can become part of a monochromatic red ensemble. In the choice of material can also not limit yourself, after all, demanded a variety of options — from the red leather and suede to satin and velvet.
Boots style of the 80s
One of the dominant trends in Shoe fashion this season are boots in 80s style with a wide ankle, which is imperative to lower, forming soft folds. This trend has experienced a rebirth in the early 2000s, so that now we are celebrating his third coming. In contrast to all other trends in shoes, this is the model to wear with skinny jeans — this will create bold contrast volumes. Another option is a combination of the boots with wide shaft dress or skirt with a length just below the knee, so that the skirt ended exactly where it starts the boot, not leaving a gap.