Sorting out your winter wardrobe is one of the most exciting events of the year, but many people fail to give their shoe collection as much attention as their clothing. Everyone knows that the accessories make an outfit, so why not make sure that your winter 2020 shoe collection is on point?
The Thigh High Boot
The thigh-high boot has come and gone from the fashion world more often than we can count, but it seems as though it has well and truly come back with a bang for winter 2020. These aren’t just regular thigh-high boots, though. These boots have laces, buckles, embellishments, and more.
The Jeweled Shoes
No outfit is complete without some kind of jewelry, but this winter, it’s all about adding jewelry and embellishments to your shoes. Bling is definitely in this season, and it seems as though you can’t go too hard when it comes to these diamonds, jewels, and gems. This certainly ups your shoe game.
The Chunky Wellington Boot
Most people wear wellington boots when they are heading out for a ramble, so it might surprise you to learn that wellington boots are the latest craze. Fashion houses such as Versace and Prada are very much on-board the welly boot train, and you can now buy these shoes in all kinds of colors and shapes.
The Chained Shoes
We all know that chain jewelry is totally in this season, but what if we told you that chained shoes were the latest shoe trend? Yes, designers have become obsessed with changing up their heels, boots, platforms, and every other type of shoe out there – and, of course, the bigger the better when you’re dealing with chains.
It’s time to seriously think about your winter shoe collection, but you’ll be happy to know that the trends are all here and ready to go. You just need your credit card…
The Top 5 Wonderfully Outlandish Celebrity Fashion Trends of 2020
A lot has been said about 2020 and how weird it’s been for everyone, but not much has been said about the abundance of weird and wonderful fashion movements it gave birth to. Here’s a quick rundown of the top five trends of last year we surely won’t forget!
1. Midriff Flossing
Despite the predominant no-party theme of 2020, designers still found a way to bring flair to the rare red carpet events. One of the unconventional trends they set was the so-called midriff flossing. That’s when skirts or pants are tied with fastenings that wrap around the waist and connect to the upper section. This highlights the torso, and it’s a smart way for celebrities like Emily Ratajtowski, Zendaya, and even Victoria Beckham herself to show off their toned abs.
2. The Trend of All Trends — The #PillowChallenge
Can you rock a pillow dress with success? 2020 was quick to say yes! Especially when that dress was worn by celebrities like Halle Berry, Anne Hathaway, and Tracee Ellis Ross. When you’re stuck at home for prolonged periods of time, that’s bound to give birth to an abundance of unexpected yet incredibly amusing social media trends, and the Pillow Challenge was definitely at the top of people’s minds for months.
3. Extravagant Facewear
High fashion has long featured futuristic facewear in various collections, but it was 2020 that posed the biggest challenge for designers and celebrities alike — they had to include a face mask on every outfit. Superstars like Lady Gaga definitely stole the spotlight on that one. At the 2020 VMAs, Gaga wore not one but nine custom-made face masks for all her acceptance speeches (she won in five categories) and performances. Gaga collaborated with her favorite Nicola Formichetti, whose joint mission has always been to create awe-inspiring stage wear.
4. One of the Outlandish Trends: The Visible Thong
The visible thong trend isn’t exactly new, and if you remember the 90s, you can clearly see it’s yet another thing fashion has borrowed from the past. 2020 saw stars like Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Hailey Bieber, and Jennifer Lopez sporting this trend.
As if the year couldn’t get any weirder, Justin Bieber had to go off and set a Croc trend. The old school rubbery shoe brand partnered with the hit singer last October, and their collaboration collection was literally sold out in less than 90 minutes. You can say whatever you want, but this collaboration proved you can indeed be comfy and stylish all at the same time.