Get to know the footwear trends for the new season 2023
If you can’t wait to know the new footwear trends for 2023 for this spring-summer season, keep reading this article!
Shoe trends for 2023
Mary Janes shoes
Mary Janes arrived last season, but only the most trendsetters dared to incorporate them into their looks.
For 2023, these shoes have received a second chance and have been added to the footwear collection of big brands.
We can find them in a thousand and one ways: with platform and buckle, flat and high Roman sandal style, as well as any kind of shape and colour.
You’ve probably seen them this autumn-winter season in all the shops. Metallic shoes are in fashion and will continue to be so this new season 2023.
This 2023 we will see the shiny finish in heels, sandals, ballerinas, moccasins and boots.
The platform trainers, platform clogs, platform sandals… Definitely the elevated shoes are still in fashion, but this new 2023 season proposes the ‘flatform’ with avant-garde designs and prints.
Definitely the rocker or grunge style is going to be one of the big trends in footwear for 2023, although it was already being so these previous seasons.
From chains and studs to New Rock style military boots, they will make any outfit stand out.
Closed heels on top are going to be all the rage this new 2023 season. It doesn’t matter how high the heel is or how pointed the toe is, just that they create a subtle cleavage effect on the instep of the foot that refines and lengthens the leg.
Ballerinas, one of last season’s trends, reaffirms its position as one of the shoes we will see this new season 2023.
They are back in their most classic and feminine formats, becoming the perfect flat shoe for an evening event, a date or a wedding.
Clogs are back to position themselves as one of the favourites of this 2023 season. They are easy to slip on, comfortable and stylish.
We will see them with a more casual touch, with a good heel and some socks, even flat or rubber.
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