Ladies Shoe Trends For 2019 | People Magazine

Ladies Shoe Trends For 2019

BY: Biatar Khumalo-Slabbert

Taken from New York fashion week, here are a few shoe trends that you’ll definitely want lining your closet in 2019.

Go With The Bow.

Big or small, bows always add the right touch to your shoe, whether it’s a flat or a heel.

Bow Mule Sandal: R129.99, Mr Price

Bow Detail Slip-On Loaf: R299, Foschini

PVC: Clearly The Fashionable Choice

Made popular by Kim K, these shoes are blazing a trail in the trend-o-sphere. And with such a variety of styles, anyone can rock them.

Footwork Gemma High Heel Sandal Cobalt Blue: R429, Zando

 

Orange Is The New Black

A black shoe will always be a classic – but orange is steadily gaining trending ground. Looks like it’s here to stay – and we’re not complaining.

Stiletto Mule Court: R169.99, Mr Price

High Heel Platform Sandal: R399, Foschini

 

Flip Without The Flop

Something as simple as flip flops can add a bit of glam to your look. You don’t always have to have height to reach the top.

Diamante Wedge: R79.99, Mr Price

 

Celebs rock popular shoe trends

Have a look at how celebs like Rihanna, Yara Shahidi and Victoria Beckham rock these trends.

Rihanna:  Rihanna is the epitome of high fashion as she rocks orange thigh-high boots paired with denim shorts and a black crop top. The orange supplied the necessary pop of colour, adding glam to what would otherwise have been just a ‘simple’ outfit.

Yara Shahidi: Yara stepped out in black heels with sparkly bows, and the detail on her shoe took the chicness of her outfit to a whole new level entirely.

Victoria Beckham: Ever the queen of fashion, Victoria Beckham ruled the proverbial runway with her all-black outfit and matching PVC shoes.

Stockists:

Mr Price: https://www.mrp.com/

Foschini: 0861 111 761

Zando: 0861 192 636

For more summer trends, check on our site: White Dresses To Own This Summer

Biatar

Biatar

My name is Biatar Khumalo-Slabbert. I am a fashion intern at People magazine and I write fashion articles and assist at photoshoots. I am a creative young woman whose interests lie in fashion styling, fashion photography, analyzing trends and creating mood boards. I hope to expand my skills and knowledge in all of the above in order to reach my ultimate goal of working as a stylist in the entertainment industry - both locally and internationally. As part of this journey, I would like to showcase the creativity that South Africans and Africans generally bring to fashion content production. My journey has just started. I have so much to learn and experience and I am so excited to see what the fashion world has in store for me.

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