The Biggest Designer Shoes of 2017
Whether you are in the market for a new pair of shoes or you are just curious about the latest and greatest, you need to know which designers are making it big.
Princetown Floral Leather Flat Mules
While women still think of Gucci to be the brand with the iconic slipper, they are likely beginning to search less for the famously popular style with the fur and more for embroidery that speaks to their personal style. The Princetown Floral Leather Loafers are a perfect example, but sportier Gucci fans might opt for an embellished low-top sneaker instead.
Pointipik 100 Leather Pumps – Black
A classic Christian Louboutin pump in black leather could be considered an essential for power women, but we think 2017 will see a rise in search for sturdier designs and booties with ankle straps, like the Pointpik 100 described as a “cross between a mule and an ankle boot.”
Lucy 100 Floral-Embroidered Lace d’Orsay Pumps
Jimmy Choo is a shoe brand that comes up big on the sparkle. While you might opt for a neutral Christian Louboutin heel in patent, Jimmy Choo provides the alternative glitter. This year, however, we’re most inclined to choose a subtler statement shoe with floral appliqué that can be worn year round. The Lucy 100 Lace d’Orsay Pump can be mixed and matched with contrast patterns you have already got in your wardrobe.
Pokerface Desert Boot
This season, Louis Vuitton has won us over with chunky platform boots. The Pokerface Desert Boot offers the brand’s signature monogram in the combat silhouette girls are pairing with minidresses and asymmetrical shifts.
Stretch Pointed-Toe Over-the-Knee Boot, Ultraviolet
While many have invested in Balenciaga’s trainer sneaker, Demna Gvasalia’s signature Stretch Pointed-Toe Over-the-Knee Boots are instantly recognizable, and a safe bet for ladies with long legs or girls who have no problem showing off a bolder sense of fashion.
Women’s Original Achilles Sneakers
If you want the white sneaker of 2017, the Common Projects Achilles Low-Top is the answer. Stamped at the heel and grounded with a sole at mid-height, there’s no shoe more classic than this one on the list.
Paris White Patent Leather Espadrilles w/Red Sole
Kenzo is most regularly recognized thanks to the brand’s tiger logo or the block letter scripture you see on these slippers. For 2017, Kenzo has the answer to an everyday espadrille, this pair in particular complete with a dyed red sole.
Printed Rubber Logo Sandal Slide, Black
Givenchy’s Printed Rubber Logo Sandal is like an elevated Birkenstock — it’s the slide dying to meet and be worn with your collection of track pants this season.