Here are spring 2023’s shoe trends that you’re going to be seeing everywhere. From sparkles and shine to comfy and stylish, this spring has it all!
Let’s Add Some Shine
This spring, you can revamp your subtle shoe collection with some shine. There will be a lot of glitters and sparkles this time. The catwalks from New York to London to Milan all have one thing in common: embellished heels. Gucci, Larroude Colette, and others are ready to shine with their crystal shoes.
They are a perfect companion if you want something that not only adds to your height a little but provides comfort too. You can easily pair them with your maxi dress for brunch or a day out with your girl gang. And if you want to spice things up a little, go for pop colors from Burberry or Bottega Veneta.
Don’t Forget the Wedges
Wedges have always managed to top the list. If you want to pop with something colorful, check out the neon Fendi boots. For something classy, check out the Leather Wedge Boots by Schutz Asya Patent. And if you want to mix it up, then try these Patent Leather Wedge Mules by Emili Sindlev x Bettina Vermillon Britney PVC.
Clogs, Clogs, Clogs
Another style that made it to the trendy list is the comfy yet stylish clogs. You can go for your oversized sweaters or your sundress with these shoe silhouettes by Etro. To add a twist to your outfit, go for the animal print clogs by J.Crew Dakota, which are available at J.Crew’s website for $218. You can even check out the Denim Patchwork Mules by Rag & Co. Blue, available only for $99 at RAGNCO.com.
All Metallic, All the Time
What time is it? It’s Metallic time. It’s back in fashion once again, and all the brands are ready for you to grab it. If you are looking for something to pair up with your party dress, Zara’s asymmetrical heeled metallic shoes are a great choice. For a cowboy-style, try Marc Fisher Nalita’s Western Boots.
Lace it Up
Another style that you will see a lot of in spring 2023 is lace. When it comes to gladiators, you can have them in your wardrobe in different styles. Find something casual like Ankle Wrap Sandals by A. Emery Nolan Suede that will complete a lot of your looks or something like Jessica Rich’s Green Rich Sandal for all those late-night parties.
Katy Perry Likes Being Around Her Fiancé, Orlando Bloom
Katy Perry is an American singer and songwriter, who needs no introduction. She gave birth to a baby girl in 2020 with her fiancé Orlando Bloom and couldn’t be happier about it. Her appearance on the show Dear Chelsea got her to open up about becoming a mother, and when she realized it was the right time. During the interview, she didn’t hesitate to say that it was the best decision that she had ever made. The new couple named their daughter Daisy Dove.
Change of Perspective
For a long time, 37-year-old Perry felt that she didn’t have any maternal instincts and felt there was a disconnect between her and motherhood. She has been associated with several famous celebrities and has also been married to Russell Brand in the past. However, things changed when Bloom, who is 45, came into her life and the two decided to get engaged. She had the opportunity to see how Orlando was with his child, Flynn, an 11-year-old boy from his previous marriage to ex-wife Miranda Kerr. Their relationship influenced Perry to have a child with him. She found him to be a kind man and soon realized that he would make a great father to their child.
Gave Her Life Balance
Being with Bloom not only brought up her maternal instincts but also gave her a semblance of balance in her life. Katy Perry said that the moment Bloom walked into a room he would spread positive vibes around. She also said that he’s good for someone like her who’s easily prone to sad thoughts. “He gets me out of my head a little bit,” she claimed in the interview.
At the moment, Katy Perry is busy and happy being a mother to her daughter, Daisy. She also took her daughter to Hawaii, her daughter’s first trip, and recalled how the kid met Mickey Mouse and greeted him with a moo. She thought he was a cow. How cute must that have been?