Spring is slowly inching closer, sending chilly weather on its way and ushering in sunnier days.
With the new season comes a slew of fresh trends mixed with styles carrying over from previous seasons, 2019’s square-toe shoes, for example. For spring ’20, “more is more” is a common theme with top trends, including bright colors and bold silhouettes that have already been championed by celebrities and style icons across the board. Of course, for those of us who aren’t the Ciaras or Kendall Jenners of the world, achieving these on-trend looks doesn’t require a celebrity-level salary. In fact, we’ve found the perfect solution: Amazon.
In addition to its ease of shopping and speedy two-day free shipping for Prime members, Amazon offers tons of mass-market and designer labels. It also hosts a range of lesser-known in-house labels with similarly on-trend looks for under $75.
Here’s how to shop spring’s hottest fashion trends for less.
Hot Pink Everything
For those who’ve been following the runways, you’ve probably caught the constant influx of hot pink styles from brands like Marni, Valentino and Versace’s spring ’20 collections.
Spearheaded by Amina Muaddi, 2019 FN Achievement Award recipient for Designer of the Year, flared heels are all the rage among street style stars and celebrities alike. Their unique pyramidlike shape provides a more stable base than a classic stiletto, and their eye-catching silhouette has everyone wanting to get in on the action.
Like clockwork, spring brings in a fresh crop of florals and verdant hues. But green is the spring ’20 breakout color in more ways than one with the increased popularity of neon and slime. The bright hue has appeared on runways and red carpets, serving as a bright pop of hard-to-miss color when paired with any outfit.
Shoes As Jewelry
Gone is the idea that less is more. For spring ’20, it’s all about making everything unapologetically bold and more attention-grabbing from head to toe. This is achieved specifically in shoes that have embellishments, chains, jewels and glitter. In short, anything you’d typically find on a piece of jewelry has headed toward your feet.
Square-toe shoes blew up in 2019 thanks to revitalized ’90s-inspired trends across all sectors of the fashion world. Thanks to top brands adopting the trend (see: Bottega Veneta) and megastars such as Emily Ratajkowski and Hailey Baldwin rocking squared-off footwear, this look isn’t going anywhere in 2020.
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These Spring 2020 Shoes Are Totally ’90s