There are a lot of new shoo-in shoes this summer? What are shoo-in shoes? They are the newest and most interesting shoes around. Must-buy and must-wear shoes. Designed with care and often a sense of humor this season. Heels, flats, platforms and more. There is a lot to chose from. What shoes fit your lifestyle? Are you on vacation or sticking close to home? You need to add some new shoes to your life. It’s time to explore what you might find on a luxury private shopping tour. Let’s preview this tour of some of the stores in the New York. What are you looking for?
Prada hit a groove this season. There are may moods to the brands shoes this season. This pair of kitten-heeled slingbacks has a interesting curved heel and a molded thicker sole. The rhinestonesadd an ironic touch.
The designers at Jil Sander are all about elegant minimalism. What sets them apart are the sculpted artsy heels.
Bottega Veneta plays with heels too. The high vamp looks new when mixed with an interesting court heel. The angle of the heels make this a pair of shoo-in shoes.
Yellow is big this summer. The Attico used the color on this pair of mules with a supersized round heel.
Loewe gets really creative with these rosy heels. Joanthan Anderson, the brands designer, also does heels out of tulips, broken eggs, a soap bar and other shapes. Of course these shoes went viral.
Christian Louboutin twists fine leather strands into an elegant sandal. A sleek summer staple.
And Demna, the single named designer of Balenciaga puts a humerous spin on shoes this season. You didn’t know you needed high heel crocs, but you do.
And if you need some bridal shoes, Jimmy Choo offers these delicate ones with sheer oversize bows.
Balenciaga also backs these strappy sandals with the oversized top piece. You will leave your mark with these.
Mixing mediums works this year. Prada does clear vinyl mules with the logo piece dyed to match. It’s clear that these are must have shoes.
J.W. Anderson also has his own label. He introduced much copied super-heavy chains last year. He updates himself with soft puffy twist concealing the chains.
Platforms are still with us. Dolce Gabbana uses shades of demin and embroidery to make a towering summer shoe.
Bottega Veneta does a neat update of an espadrille. The snub toe is one of their signatures this season. Adding a small platform gives the shoes some lift.
These cool platforms are an up-date to what could be a nerdy look. They are anything but nerdy.
Loewe uses molded plastic to make a jelly baby-doll platform sandal. The shoes come in a range of fun colors.
Clogs are also around this season. Chloe adds fuzzy wool in an absract floral to decorate this effortless pair.
There are wedges too. Fendi makes a statement with lucite wedges with fur bands crossing the feet. No mean feat to walk in these.
Valentino buries the Rockstuds in a mass of color. A demi-platform offers plenty of testure and style.
Gucci updated their logo this season. The ombred G’s are really fresh on the small-platformed slide.
And if super-flat sandals are your thing, Prada offers a sandal or a slide. The square sole looks refreshing, as does the silver.
Prada also still loves baby-dolls. The chunky bottoms keep them from being too feminine.
Alaia has a new flat this year. Mesh is very Azzedine, and it looks newer with the single decorative strap.
Jil Sander goes decorative with this pair. The bright yellow plays with with the jeweled brooches in the best way. The contrast of the utilitarian shoe and the sparkles works.
Prada created this amusing decorated lace-up. It too offers a contrast in a slightly silly, but fun shoe.
Boots are around this season. Dolce Gabbana is in on the joke with this “utilitarian” stiletto pair. What will you carry in the mulitple pockets?
Saint Laurent offers the last word in statement boots. A cool summer mesh is covered in small rhinestones Every step you take will be noticed.