2018 Shoe Trends: Summer Boots, Floral Flats and Deckside Heels

Truth is, there is never a shortage of beautiful shoes. Ever. But after visiting the most prestigious showrooms in the world, The September team always manages to edit a gorgeous, well-balanced assortment with a little something for everyone. This season, the 90s are in the air with features some of us might have already lived through—and maybe still own! We’re talking about white leather, pointed toes, shiny fabrications, bold pops of colour and kitten-esque heels. Here’s a round-up of our favourite styles available now.

Floral Varina by Savatore Ferragamo

This iconic style is ready for the spring season, offered in this beautiful, blooming print. The shoe is a must for the Varina collector—or the perfect shoe to launch a new collection.

Exotic Sandal by Aquazzura

Everything about this sandal is WOW. We dare you to try it on and not instantly feel happy. We know yellow may be outside the comfort zone, but if you want something to brighten up your look, look no further!”

Blakely Boot by Vince

You’ll see season-less boots throughout our collections but this one has been a bestseller already! All-day wear, on-trend white and softened with a stacked wooden heel, this boot looks fabulous with bare legs and a caramel-coloured sweater dress!

Jeanine Sandal by Schutz

I love these Schutz sandals because they are the perfect shade of sunshine and the price point is sharp. Go ahead and play with this new hue and pair with white, denim and yes, black too!

Clarita by Alexandre Birman

We’ve seen this style in a million colours and fabrications but there’s just something about this white nappa leather: it’s sexy, fresh and looks stunning on a bronzed foot! Oh and literally goes with everything!

Mira Mule by Stuart Weitzman

I call these my deskside heels. They are perfect for throwing on with any outfit; the grosgrain fabrication adds a polished touch to a casual look for instant elevation.

Article By Natasha Geddes

Photos by Brogan McNab

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