Wondering what your next shoe investment is going to be? Check out the AllSole round up of what is to come for SS19…
A popular pick throughout AW18, the chunky trainer has been featured on the feet of many celebrities and influencers – both male and female. SS19 continues the trend with a noticeable, new direction. With wider soles, chunkier sides and new metallic colour variations, the chunky trainer trend is set to be another big hit this season.
Pyer Moss, Dolce & Gabbana, Coach 1941
Known for their 70s popularity, the platform is well and truly back. With designers showcasing a sandal platform, block platform heels and boots, the platform has got a new lease of life. As of late, the stiletto heel has taken more prominence but the bulky platform is officially making its return to mainstream fashion.
Maison Margiela, Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana
Emerging for AW18, the western boot craze is not over yet. Teamed with floral dresses, both short and long, skirts and jeans, they’re an all-around winner for this time of year. For SS19 we see the western boot paired with shorts, dresses and summery prints.
Louis Vuitton, Celine, Coach 1941
Mules of all shapes and sizes have hit the runway for SS19. From stiletto heels to block heels, sandals to single strap shoes, the mule is a sure shape to invest in for the season.
Chloe, Dolce & Gabbana, Miu Miu
The Teva-style sandal has emerged onto the catwalk often graced with a sock or sheer tight. Worn contrastingly with evening outfits and formal attire, the thick strapped sandal is not to be ignored. Similarly, there were many strappy lace-up sandals appearing amongst designer shows including leather and woven detailing.
Hermes, Marni, Anni Sui, Collina Strada, John Elliot
We hope you’re not tickle-ish because for SS19 feather accessorised sandals are majorly on trend. Whether they are decorated at the heel, on the straps or all over they’re here to stay for spring and summer. Bringing sheer holiday vibes, they were casually dressed with wide leg pants or formally paired with dresses and skirts.
Valentino, Simone Rocha, Tod’s
Last season, animal print amongst fashion was unavoidable. For SS19 the trend continues, filtering down to footwear and we’re feeling it. From leopard to snakeskin, animal print shoes on the runway were paired with matching or contrasting prints…
Calvin Luo, Christian Siriano, Marni