Sure, we are all walking around in quarantine house slippers right now, but it’s time to upgrade our spring/summer shoes wardrobe. We’re diving into all of the biggest shoe trends spotted on the spring 2020 runways in New York, London, Milan, and Paris.
This season, spring shoes are heavily influenced by the ’70s, in a shift from chunky to chunkier, in the form of thick heels and different kinds of platforms including flatforms, colorful sneakers, animal prints, and every sandal in-between to pair with your flowy spring dresses.
Here’s our favorite drool-worthy spring shoes from Seychelles ranging from sporty sneakers for outdoor adventures to statement making platforms to splash across your Instagram feed.
By Kinya Claiborne, STYLE & SOCIETY
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This chic flat sandal is made from luxe Italian leather and features a flattering square toe and wide band crisscross straps. Available in Black Cow, Cheetah & Tan Cow.
New from the Seychelles for All collection, these classic sneakers are a built with a unisex design including a built-in arch support and an added heel cushion for maximum comfort. With a classic white rubber sole and eye-catching stripe detail, the Stand Out is the must-have sneaker style of the season.
These ‘70s style chunky platform slides with a stacked leather bottom and soft nubuck upper are the wedges that deliver height without sacrificing comfort. Featuring a subtle reverse seam detail and non-slip leather linings so you can wear with confidence.
It’s like every day is a vacation in these flirty, chunky platforms. Raffia cross straps and wrapped heels practically beg for a sundress and tropical drink. While not quite flatforms, the low pitch and padded insoles make these a great choice for having fun without having to worry about your feet.
It’s the latest combat boot with a feminine touch. Irresistible boasts rugged lug soles and a lace-up construction with inner zipper so you can get up and go. A rounded toe and stacked heel complete the look. Style with nearly every outfit, but we’re partial to wearing ours with feminine floral dresses or cargo pants.