A new pair of branded shoes can change your entire life, Cinderella proved this well. If you think you can nail the upcoming poolside party with last year’s worn out flip-flops, you’re wrong. This year’s Spring Summer 2017 footwear collection displayed at ‘2017 India International Leather Fair’ will surely blow your mind. From the vibrant ‘candy crush’ pumps to Aerosole’s sophisticated ballerinas and casual shoes, ‘creativity’ is what dominated the season of flowers this year.
This year’s spring summer footwear was not just leather, but canvas, plastic and a whole new range of ‘zara hatake’ materials that strike a delicate balance between form and function.
If you think you own enough shoes, here are top 5 pieces in our shoe racks that will leave you craving for more.
- It’s tie to Go Vegal Flats
Match these cute velvet/suede shoes with the little black dress on your way to disc this weekend. However, make sure that you don’t walk around park and mud puddles or you’ll end up dirtying them.
Price: Rs 499
- Navy Blue Ankle length sneakers
Sneakers never run out of fashion, no matter what time of the year. These navy blue beauties designed by Jove go with skinny blue jeans, skirts and yoga pants, basically everything that’s casual!
Price: Rs 1,755
- White and Beige Colourblock Flats
Dressberry always amazes us with something new and elegant out of its bag. This pair of white, pointy-toed shoes goes with ankle loops and buckle closure. Put them on with a peppy floral summer dress and you’ll rock your college reunions and parties.
Price: Rs 2,000
- Loungeable Pink Dragon Slippers
Aren’t these cute little, comfy pair of loungeable pink slippers for home? Fleece fabrics, polyester material and vibrant colours. This is perhaps the most comfortable thing that one could ask for.
Price: Rs 1,235
- Gunmetal Toned Stilettos
This sleek and sparkly pair of gunmetal stilettos goes with pencil skirts and shorts. They’re manufactured by Abof.
Price: Rs 1,797
These were top footwear for this season. Make sure you get them before they run out of stock.