Spring shoes: These 3 spring shoes will be out in 2023 – and we’ll wear these 3 instead
Yeah, spring has officially begun (some places more, others less) – and we’re in the mood to swap out those warm winter boots for lighter styles like our all-time favorite loafers. With the trends in things spring shoes Incidentally, one principle applies most in 2023: the urge for convenience. Because with the “awakening” of nature and the loss of our winter tiredness, there is hardly anything better than being out and about a lot on foot or by bike. You can read here which three shoe trends are extremely fashionable (and suitable for them), which models we are no longer wearing this season and where you can shop for our favourites!
In vs. out: With these 3 spring shoes we say goodbye to winter
In: Ballerinas; out: slip ons
Pointed, round or a square toe? Nobody can avoid ballerinas in spring 2023! And why should you, because the flat shoes can be combined with almost anything and give every look an elegant touch. If you prefer it casual, you can opt for models with thicker soles or buckles. They immediately make the filigree ballet core trend look edgy and look absolutely brilliant, especially in contrast to playful dresses and skirts. On the other hand, we see less: slip-ons.
In: Mary Janes; out: laced dress shoes
We can only say it again and again: Mary Janes are the trendiest it-piece to have in your closet this season. Of course, the spring shoe is particularly popular now that the weather is getting better. Barefoot or with socks, the shoes with the classic strap are incredibly versatile and now also come in really cool interpretations: Thick straps or micro-thongs, buckles or gemstones – everyone will find the right shoe in 2023, I promise! Staying in the shoe closet this spring: lace-up dress shoes.
In: Platform sneaker; out: chunky sneakers
When it comes to sneakers, we aim high in spring 2023! We also rely on models with platforms that go well with the 70s trend with its bell-bottoms or wide-leg pants (extra long). Even with maxi dresses and co., we keep the upper hand with the casual platform sneakers and nonchalantly ensure (optically) extra-long legs – mega! Less seen on the streets this season: chunky sneakers.