Several of my most recent shopping inquiries have been asking after spring 2023 shoe trends. The major trends I’m loving for the season ahead are ballet core-inspired and all things woven. On the ballet core trend: Miu Miu led the way with their elastic band ballet flats, which street style starlets have been styling with socks (!), though you can nail the look for a lot less with this pair from Mango. On the woven front: we are still deep in the world of raffia everything, and Loeffler Randall has some spectacular new silhouettes on offer this season, including these curved mules and their ever-popular Leonies, which you can see me wearing above with this breezy midi shirt dress. Sort of the perfect fusion between ballet-core and raffia/woven?! I find LR runs true to size though a bit narrow, at least in boots. I plan on wearing these with everything from spring dresses to white denim. I am also planning on getting another intensive season of wear out of these platform fisherman sandals from Tory Burch I bought last year! I love them! So fun and unexpected with a breezy LWD. I had really wanted to splurge on Gabriela Hearst’s flat fisherman style last summer but couldn’t quite bring myself to invest — however, I did find them on sale for 60% off here and am pondering. Freda Salvador has a very similar style available for less, too.
01. LARROUDE BRIGITTE RUFFLE MULE // 02. ANN TAYLOR PERFORATED FLAT // // 03. SAM EDELMAN KORI PLATFORMS // 04. DOLCE VITA DOLEN SNEAKER // 05. GUCCI PLATFORM ESPADRILLE // 06. LOEFFLER RANDALL LEONIE NATURAL FLAT // 07. LOEFFLER RANDALL FREYA MULE // 08. SAM EDELMAN WOVEN LOAFER // 09. GABRIELA HEARST LYNN SANDALS // 10. CASTANER ESPADRILLES // 11. ALEXANDRE BIRMAN CLARITA LOAFER // 12. ZARA FLATS
A few look-for-less moments I want to call out:
P.P.S. Do you meal plan?
P.P.P.S. Remixable everyday style.