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Going Feet First Into The New Year

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Are you always looking for something new? I always look for shoes. You should be going feet first into the New Year. Shoe designers have been working on unusual designs this seasons. Boots are still super important. If you are a stiletto lover, this may not be the season for you. But if you love boots, loafers, and sneakers this is your year. When you are looking for something new, look everywhere. The sales are starting all over the country, as well as New York, this time of the year. Head out and look for deals. You deserve it this year. Stores are open and websites are working. If you shop in stores the sales associates are all masked and happy to help you be sleek and chic for 2021. Why not come on a tour of some of the stores in the city. Find shoes and boots that will make you feel like going feet first into the New Year.

Tough New Boots

Prada made a big statement with boots last year. Miuccia continues to love clunky boots. Lined with shearling or laced up construction, style these boots can go from day to night.

Feet first in Fendi

Fendi’s white logo workers boots are sleak and super chic. Where them in the city or the country.

Boots to wear in New Year

Louis Vuitton offers many kinds of boots. The Uggish boots on the left offer a statusy wrap around logo. The tougher boots on the right have a cool swagger.

New boots for a new year

Gucci does very refined worker boots. The banded stitching and the cuff soften the look.

Fendi logo boots

Fendi does more logoed worker boots. The gingham check ones really stand out. Going feet first into the New Year, you should be wearing these.

Tie up your new boots

If you want some pop to your clunky boots, go to these Gucci lace ups. You could even do a DIY and use some novelty ribbons to lace these boots up.

Azzedine boots to go feet first into

For a sexier take on boots Azzedine Alaia is your go to designer. His combat boot has a high heel, and is traced with studs. The Cuban boot on the left has amazing detail.

Back detail of new boot

The back of the boot has a completley studded heel and a circular pattern that goes up to the top of the ankle. These are one of a kind boots.

Cool boots for the New Year

Santiagos, or relaxed cowboy boots, are also around this year. These Chloe ankle boots come in three colors. The camel is the freshest.

Winter boots look new

Chanel goes for compfy boots. The logo worker boots at the back are warm, but the shearling ones on the right will really keep your feet toastie this winter. Silver trim and the signature back tab all say Chanel.

Warm boots for the New Year

And Chanel really does love shearling this season. The stitching on the sole, and the double C logo set these boots apart.

boots in new materials

Not all boots are tough this year. Bottega Veneta makes a rain boot in rubber, at the left that makes Bottega fans going feet first into the New Year. The white pair on the left are in leather. Both boots have the signature clunky square toe.

New Dior Sheer boots

Dior makes very sexy mesh boot. These may not be warm, but they are stylish.

Sneakers boots and espadrilles for new year

Logos are still in style. Vuitton uses the “Since 1854” logo on Worker boots, espadrilles and both high top and low sneakers. Vuitton knows how to work a logo!

Fleet feet in sneakers

Sneakers are important this season. Valentino offers many styles, including these three. Rockstud, sequined or in a camo like pattern. Which pair is for you?

Clean sneakers for sale

Prada offers a very cleanlook with perky stripes on the side, and PRADA stamped everywhere.

Clean sneakers for feet first

Fendi does very clean sneakers too. The slip on logo sneakers on the left are clean and graphic. The buckle trim pair on the right look a bit dressier.

Sneakers for the new year

And these clean logo lace ups, also from Fendi, are a sportier pair of sneakers.

Logo sneakers for now

If color speaks to you, then go to Gucci. The Floral print makes a great unusual sneaker, and the classic logo pair profit from the Gucci canvas webbing.

Is it a boot or a shoe

Creepers and loafers are also important this year. Prada’s platformed studded creepers certainly make a statement.

Logo loafers from Chanel

Chanel does not always make loafers. This years regular loafer or a mule, these profit from the chain with the C logo charms.

Feet First into these loafers

Prada believes in loafer too. Flat or with a chunky heel. The distresed look works well.

Animal bprint shoe for the New Year

There are animal prints on the prowl this season. This delicate Prada loafer with the small heel is special.

Guuci loafer go feet first

Gucci’s classic loafer in zebra is clean and sharp.

JUmp feet first into these shoes

Animal prints are showing up in pumps too. Prada makes these sexy by carving out the sides of the shoe, and making sure the throat is low so you get toe cleavage. The mid hight heel makes it even sexier.

Bottega heels go feet first

Bottega does animal too, but they do it with the square toe. A funky chic.

DIfferent shoes for the New Year

Marni does some fun shoes. The shearling heels certainly make a statement. It is nice to see amusing shoes.

Sling backs look new

Miu Miu does slightly dressier sling backs with studded toe caps. Another one of the few novelty shoes this season.

Heels look new

Prada puts a new spin on kitten heels with an space age look heel.

Wear these shoes in the new year

There are flats about as well. Gucci does a flat with a chain baby-doll strap along with the signature buckle. The plaid shoe looks particulairly good.

Logo shoes for the new year

And there are always a few designers who stick to their codes. These fun heels are from Dolce&Gabanna, One heel is a D and the other is a G. Trimmed in pearls and stones. Walk tall in these.

Peacock print new boots

And if combat boots are not your thing, Jeremy Scott at Moschino offers a perfect dandy boot in a wonderful mix of patterns.

Have a look around and see what is out there. You can never have too many shoes.