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Any predictions on what shoes will be hot in the Spring? Any predictions on what should no longer be worn after this season?
Jan 25, 2007 @ 02:48 pm

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Spring Shoes

No more Ugg Boots (I know this is a winter prediction). No crocs in the spring! Please, they should be only worn by children or when you're gardening at home.

I'm not too sure about shoe styles. I practically live in my runners. Anyone else have any predictions?
Jan 25, 2007 @ 06:31 pm

Uggs and Crocs!

Hahaha I knew knew knew someone who write down with Crocs! I agree! As for Uggs I also agree. Anyone else have any ideas on shoes for the Spring in terms of styles? Is the pointy shoe dead?
Jan 25, 2007 @ 06:55 pm
Ali de Bold

Good questions!

A fellow student actually interviewed me on this subject for her journalism class so I did a little research. I'll put something up about that shortly. I wouldn't say the point shoe is dead. We're kind of in a state of 'anything goes' right now, but it appears the round toe is getting a little more wear these days. If you have ultra pointy shoes, keep them in your closet because they'll get big again.
Jan 29, 2007 @ 02:07 pm

Pointy shoes

One thing about trends is that I think they are good to know and follow, but it is also important to be aware of what works with your body.

I have seen some women try to pull off trends and they really didn't work out. There are trends that I would never do either...

Even though pointy shoes are in I like the round ones better. I don't know why, I think it is because they remind me of the movie Amelie (fav movie!).

I just think they're more cute.
Jan 30, 2007 @ 10:11 pm

I totally agree with you...

...some trends just don't work for some people. I had so many people trying to get me into the pointy shoe thing and I even bought a pair and in the end because I did not like them on me, I ended up stuffing the shoes to the back of my closet and continuing to wear shoes that I liked on me more. I have shoes that are somewhat pointy-ish now but the tips do not come to a point because I don't think it that it suits me. Sometimes it is counterproductive to follow fashion trends that do not suit you, your lifestyle or your body type!
Jan 30, 2007 @ 11:07 pm

spring shoes

as long as flip flops are still around, I don't care about what's in style
Jan 31, 2007 @ 04:16 pm

Ballerina flats...

For all's sake, please let them fade into existence! Is it just me? I hate these types of shoes, but then again, I'm an all heels kind of girl, but I just can't get into the emo flats. Not to mentions, if celebrities look goofy in them, then you SURELY will too! Other than flip flops, no one looks good in these ballerina flats. I say wear your heels proud, tall and thin! Spring shoes I'm thinking will have a bit of the croc skin added to them, seemed to be a big trend in fashion week, along with embellishments of all kinds..flowers, ropes, relief sculptures lol. A more rounded point can be a very flattering shoe, but the 'witch-like' points that are basically triangles on your toes...just not for me. Some can swing it but it really takes a certain kind...and usually tossed under pants.
Jan 31, 2007 @ 08:43 pm


For women with thicker calves, a thicker heel looks better. It complements the larger calve muscle (saw this on The Shopping Bags)
Jan 31, 2007 @ 09:36 pm

posted twice!

This is the first time I hit "ENTER" and it actually posted my post twice!

Anywho, I just wanted to add MizzRobin you are right about the counterproductive part, it is also what works for you.

The thing about the witch heels (which Paris's post reminded me of) is that because they are so tight and pointy, is that they can give you toe cleavage. I don't know about you ladies, but I don't think that looks nice!
Jan 31, 2007 @ 09:40 pm

Toe Cleavage

Normally I despise toe cleavage, but I just bought a really hot pair of heels a few weeks ago with a bit of toe cleavage, and I think it's really sexy. I guess it all depends on the shoe.
Jan 31, 2007 @ 10:10 pm

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