The best shoe trends for Spring 2017

by Sylvia

The best spring 2017 shoe trends for women over 40 | 40plusstyle.com

What woman doesn’t love shoes? Well, get ready because spring 2017 shoe trends give us even more shoe styles to love this season.

Ankle straps and ties

The best shoe trends for Spring 2017: tassel shoes | 40plusstyle.com

This season the trend of laces, wraps, ties, and straps continues. Expect lots of ankle straps, ties, and buckles. Flat, kitten heels, pumps and even booties showcase everything from intricate wraps and simple ankle straps.

Platforms

The best shoe trends for Spring 2017: platforms | 40plusstyle.com

Look for platforms (or the “flatform”, the flat platform sandal) in wood, leather and crepe soles. And lots of espadrilles in many varied heights.

Kitten heels

The best shoe trends for Spring 2017: kitten heels | 40plusstyle.com

The ladylike kitten heel gets lots of attention this spring. This heel type goes from almost flat to high heels and from simple, basic colors to brights and patterns in pumps, boots and slingbacks.

Athletic Inspired

The best shoe trends for Spring 2017: athletic shoes | 40plusstyle.com

Spring fashion showcases the athleisure trend in clothing and that continues into footwear too. Look for athletic inspired textures, chic sneakers, laces and running shoe soles to accompany spring’s gym aesthetic.

Booties

Don’t put away fall’s booties just yet. Many brands showcase booties in lighter color and textures for spring, many with perforated or using woven leather. Pair with jeans, pants and even floral dresses for a bit of an edge.

Embroidery and embellishments

The best shoe trends for Spring 2017: booties and embellishments | 40plusstyle.com

Spring’s shoes are bringing detailing into this season. Embroidery and embellishments like studs, nailhead trim, and bright patterns adorn heels, flats, sandals and boots.

Mules

The best shoe trends for Spring 2017: mules | 40plusstyle.com

The backless shoe trend continues with Spring 2017. Mules range from loafers to backless booties to high heeled sandals in a multitude of colors from basic to metallic.

We’ve assembled some of the best of the trends below in styles that look terrific on women over 40.

Which shoes are you looking forward to wearing this spring?

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Jill

Well they are all just great if you have a normal foot! I wear an 11 4AAAA and it isn’t easy finding these shoes in my size. I have struggled for years trying to find stylish and comfortable shoes. I usually end up with Noat, Munroe, or sometimes I get lucky with Naturalizer. If anyone else out there has this issue and has found any brands of footwear for hard to fit feet, please share! Thank you!

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Sylvia

Did you check my page on arch support shoes? Lots of helpful comments there! http://40plusstyle.com/arch-support-shoes/

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Greetje

I think I am fine with my new black peeptoe shoes and my sneakers but who knows?
First I have to get my cards back.

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Sylvia

Good luck with that!

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Elaine Lascher

I was shopping for some pointy toe flats for this season and found a comfortable pair that incorporated both metallic and embellished trends. I also purchased a pair of Superga slip on sneakers that I’m wearing a lot for casual days. My last shoe purchase for this season will likely be a pair of kitten heels. I have a wedding to attend in June. As soon as I buy the dress I’ll start looking for shoes. Oh, I forgot one! I bought a pair of Fly London casual sandals on line in blue. Waiting for them to arrive. All of these shoes were on sale.

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Sylvia

Hope you like the Fly London’s Elaine!

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Elaine Lascher

Love them! They are so comfortable.

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nancy

I have seen these amazing red sandals! They Will be my first red shoes! And I ordered pink mules! Yes!

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Sylvia

Both great. I have both colors and find them so useful.

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Hilda

Sylvia, I just wanted to let you know that I love your styles, and they are put together in a modern, flattering way, and look forward to using your ideas in my wardrobe, too!

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Sylvia

Thank you Hilda!

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