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Luxury Shoe Trends to Boy This Season

Luxury Shoe Trends For This Season 

To ensure your shoe offering is always stocked with the latest finds, we rounded up the top trends of the moment.

BY FAR

BY FAR's 'Este' ankle boots remind us of a favorite vintage find. Made from croc-effect leather, this square-toe pair rests on a small block heel, so is comfortable enough to wear all day. Try them with jeans or a white midi dress.

Beatrix Yellow Kid Suede

A backless yellow suede kitten heel with a soft pointed toe shape and low-cut vamp with large feature buckle.

René Caovilla: Crystal-embellished velvet pumps

 

René Caovilla's shoes have been worn by Taylor Swift, Sarah Jessica Parker and Beyoncé - we can easily spot them on the red carpet by the signature glittered silver soles. Handcrafted at the label's Venetian atelier, these velvet pumps have a sleek point-toe silhouette and are finished with slim crystal-embellished straps that coil around the ankle. Be sure to keep them in focus with bare legs and short hemlines.

Balenciaga: Leopard velvet BB ankle boots

◦Channel AW18’s animal print and logo-centric trends with these Balenciaga leopard-print velvet ankle boots, which are embellished with the house’s gold-tone metal BB motif at the front. This Italian-crafted pair are shaped to an exaggerated point toe and are set upon a small kitten heel – this season’s wardrobe essential. Pair them with a checked skirt for a print-clashing street style edit.

WRENA: Knotted bow backless satin loafers

A style that’s knot to be missed, WRENA is the must-have flat of the season. With a smooth satin design, pointed toe and knotted bow detailing, these stylish slip-ons add elegance to every look.

Amina Muaddi: Tessa 95 Tartan Patchwork Mule Pumps
   

Black, white and red Tessa 95 Tartan Patchwork Mule Pumps from Amina Muaddi featuring a mid high stiletto heel, an open back, a branded insole, a pointed toe and a leather lining.




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