Marvelous Mule Shoe Trends

Written by Kaycee Hale
June 2nd, 2014

Footwear designs continue to expand in the comfortable-yet-chic category. A fashion favorite that has long been a staple and is having a serious comeback this season is the mule. The marvelous mule. Simply put, a mule is a backless shoe, often–but not always–with a closed toe. Believe it or not, high-heeled mules were a popular [...]

The Update Of Ankle Cuff Shoe Designs

Written by Kaycee Hale
May 28th, 2014

One of the most popular footwear designs this season is the ankle cuff shoe. It comes in all colors, every imaginable heel height, and more fabrications than you could creatively dream of. Shop Bazaar. Shoe Designer: Pierre Hardy. Color-blocking is still one of the fashion trends that not only permeates the catwalks, but it’s more [...]

Climb Into A Cage Shoe Design

Written by Kaycee Hale
May 21st, 2014

¬†Trending like wild fire in the fashion world is the cage footwear design style. Every shoe designer in his glory is opening the cage in some form or another. It’s wild, wicked, and quite wonderful. Nordstrom. Steve Madden executed the perfect cage in this laddered elastic strap style that climbs a sky-high sandal styled with [...]

Shoe Trends In The Mid-Heel Range

Written by Kaycee Hale
May 14th, 2014

Sexy stiletto shoe designs will always be in fashion, but this season mid-heel footwear is all the rage. Whether you choose pretty, colorful kitten heels or flatforms or blocked heels or wedges, the selections online and in the stores are incredible. Kitten Heel.  Johnston & Murphy Anita bow kitten heel. This natty houndstooth takes the [...]

Fashionable And Versatile Wedges

Written by Kaycee Hale
May 12th, 2014

Wedge shoe designs continue to be at the top of the list of comfortable, versatile, and affordable footwear trends. Here are some of the market’s fashion-forward best buys. Last Call Neiman Marcus. Shoe Design Company: Schutz. Footwear Design Name: Sailfish. What a fabulous suede upper with spike panels. The 3.75″ hidden wedge is complemented by [...]