This Year’s It Shoe Is The Loafer With Celine’s Beautiful French Pair The Most Wanted!
This Year Is Really All About Celine...
Whilst there are so many everchanging shoe trends to choose from, from your fashionable sports sneakers, to your strappy dad sandals or a beautiful pair of leather shoes, there’s usually one thing in common, a trend with an end date. If we look at the styles, popularity for high heeled shoes have depleted and so too have sports shoes begun to decline. This is due to the continual new trends and styles. For example; sandal trends have gone from the Birkenstock styles of Chanel to the home design of Roger Vivier, and the slippers of Bottega Veneta, so investing in a bang on trend style can be so worth it but often daunting to not know how long the items will remain in fashion. For many years, the only shoe trend that has remained stable, with no bright hot red fashion moment, nor sudden death in fashion, has been a trusty pair of leather shoes. So for Lug Boots or loafers which seem to be evergreen, they are the shoe purchase that will be that little bit less daunting. Without them really going out of fashion or season, they can be worn for a long time without fear of obsolescence. If there’s one shoe investment to make, we suggest the loafer over the sports shoe that becomes high fashion rapidly fast or the sandal which has a seasonal effect or even the high heel which is only suitable for certain occasions. Over recent years, the most sought after highly price tagged pairs of loafers have been selling well for nearly $10,000 HKD by brands like Chanel and Prada. Now with Celine offering a beautiful pair at lower price point of $7400 HKD, you really can’t go wrong.
Celine Loafers are simplistic, with only their tongue design being changed each season. The cutting of the loafer style is slim and retro in aesthetic. Since the leather is shiny in appearance, it gives the overall look a retro vibe, whilst also being a good choice for street fashion.
Above, the two pictures feature Celine Loafers which illustrate their slim cut style, which in turn can make the ankles look slimmer. Whilst a good effect, the slim style of the shoe can take some getting used to and it is recommended to wear the shoes in at home for as little as a day, to make them stretch and fit you well.
Loafers generally come in three main colours; black, brown and white. White versions can often look quite clinical, so we suggest unless it’s your favourite colour, to opt for a darker shade. Brown tones are your jeans best friend whilst a black pair is the loafer’s bread and butter, especially for the ultimate retro style. It’s really not possible to own too many black pairs of shoes, as each pair will offer their own unique features.