Footwear Trends

Meet the shoe trends for winter

Winter shoe trends

The winter preview of the brands points to the dominance of the western trend, with shoes (boots, mainly) with pointed toes, cut heels, metals and buckles.

Another strong trend is the animal print, with patterns of jaguar, crocodile, cow and snake in sneakers, mary janes (shoe style of the 1960s), boots and sneakers.

To learn more about these and other predictions for the coldest season of the year, check out the selection of the best shoe trends for winter and stock up!

Boot western

Western boots women shoes

The American Wild West trend is one of the strongest in winter shoes. Boots are the number one representative of this style and can incorporate 100% of the country trend or present themselves in detail.

The style will be present especially in boots of the female line. Fairs and showrooms showed variations of the western trend , and they are many. Invest in the country line for the store mix. From the faithful model (thin toe, buckles, metal, cut heel and designed leather) to elements that represent style.

Following the trend of animal print in the making, western boots can come with jaguar, snake and cow prints. Leather and heel cutouts are present in more modern versions of the shoe.

Knee high boots

The height of the boots is also something that varies a lot from one season to another. The length for winter will be knee high, or “at the height of the shin”. This style appeared a lot in street style, combined with other trends, such as varnished textures and animal print.

Boots and hiking boots

The most robust shoes inspired by extreme sports and military clothing remain on the rise. An example is climbing boots, but for urban and daily use. The models chosen by the adventurers are generally made of nubuck leather, shoelace closure, tracted sole and comfortable interior.

The boots are another shoe that should stand out during the winter. The models can be the most diverse, from the most traditional and sober to the colorful and with details.

Animal print and plaid

The two prints are on the rise in the making and lend their shapes also to shoes. They are present in all models of women’s shoes, either in detail or as a predominant image, covering the entire surface. The animal print is presented in the patterns of jaguar, leopard, cow and snake – the latter, the most frequent in showrooms of national brands for presenting shoe trends for winter.

The snake (or python ) print appears colorful, in shades of red, green and yellow, but also in neutral nuances, in black, nude and brown shoes, lending only the characteristic texture. If your store receives a female audience, shoes with this pattern will be a sales success.

Jewelry Shoes & Metallic

Those who like sparkle can celebrate the arrival of the season: jewelery shoes should stand out during the winter. Models with shiny textures, stones, chains and crystals will be on the rise, often combined with other trends on the list, such as textures, boots and boots.

The latest collections have highlighted the golden metallic shoes, but the feeling of this winter and that will be in all showcases will be silver. Boots, sandals, pumps, oxfords and other silver – inspired men’s shoes will be a hit in stores.

Meet the trends for children’s shoes

In addition, they can be made of different materials, such as ecological leather, suede or varnish; the finish with mooring remains. The tractor sole is omnipresent, marking a young and urban proposal. In looks, they appear as a trend in delicate productions, forming a counterpoint between the romantic and the rough.

Chunky sneaker

Kids Mary Janes

The big sneaker with platform is among the shoe trends in winter. Inspired by the models used in the 1990s, the chunky sneaker is a product that fits the sportwear style and the proposal that values ​​comfort.

The models have rubber soles with platforms and come in unique color versions (white is the predominant shade), with cutouts in animal print or with holographic and metallic tones, making the shoes more feminine.

Mary Jane

The symbolic footwear of the 1960s reappears as a winter trend. With or without heels, the traditional Mary Jane model has a strap on the instep and a buckle closure. At that time, it was exhaustively worn with white socks and dresses. For this winter, the classic and retro shoe reappears refreshed, with cutouts, medium block heel, interesting textures and varied colors, from white, blue to silver.

Boyish style

Following the line of streetwear , many brands have bet on boyish style , both in clothes and shoes. Very common among bloggers and teen idols, they are pieces that were originally restricted to the male wardrobe. Some examples are the classic canvas or canvas sneakers, loafers and oxford shoes.