Sad to say, but the time has come to put away her summer tatans, heeled mules and small sandals in the closet . Make way! Very pretty designs will add style to the coming fall . As always, we are inspired by the catwalks and street looks spotted during the last fashion week to define the latest trends to wear absolutely.
Shoes with platforms for combat boots in not passing the pretty babies, the obsession with the silver and the return of the square toe overview of fashion fads that will make us vibrate all season, with the mode of turnkey job to adopt them without asking questions.
An ounce of metallic futurism worthy of the years Paco Rabanne has never hurt anyone.
How to wear them? On ankle boots with heels , light ballerinas , moccasins cut to big socks or pumps for a frenzied party, we especially think not to match them with another big silver accessory (bag, belt) and we put it in value with matte materials on its opposite such as velvet or raw denim . The idea? Eye catching and rock 'n' roll a classic outfit.
Chelsea fit combat boots
More badass than hiking boots, more modern than biker boots, the combat boot replaces the ranger in the hearts of bitumen adventurers.
How to wear them? Be careful with the heaviness of the leg if worn with pants. Not supporting mediocrity, the combat boot with big elastic ( Chelsea cut , therefore) spotted on the catwalk of Bottega Veneta will only be feminine when worn with a midi-cut dress, beautiful prints and noble materials. Unless, of course, you're really planning to enlist at the next military base.
The baby Mary Jane way
Shoe worn to the rank of icon by the Manolo Blahnik of Carrie Bradshaw , the mythical Mary Jane returns to restrain the pretty feet of Parisiennes.
How to wear them? Several options. Either we assume our Blair Waldorf preppytude with a wool miniskirt and a blazer, or, and that's what we recommend, we use it to bring elegance to a grunge base with jeans and an old t-shirt. We cheerfully copy the swag of Japanese fashionistas by putting on a nice pair of socks or knee-highs in a contrasting color.
A seventies breath brings height to the silhouette of the groovy Parisian.
How to wear them? Sublime with high waist flare jeans that further elongate the leg, the platform tends to weigh down the lower body and will not support skinny or close-fitting cuts at all. Swap her tight dress for a pleated midi skirt with high-heeled ankle boots , or straight or cigarette pants with a pair of lugged platform moccasins .
The square end
If the last few years celebrated pointed-toed shoes, it is now the square that befits women of power.
How to wear them? We let the originality of the square-toed shoe express itself by bringing it in with pants ⅞ which will direct the gaze to the ankle and therefore to the shoe. Also devilishly chic with a noble pantsuit to ensure an important date.