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Step Into Spring: Spring 2021 Shoe Guide

Updated: Mar 16, 2021

Hey Dolls,

Spring is here and you know what that means..... new shoes! Not that we need a reason for new shoes. Last week we talked all the spring basics: colors, patterns and fabrics. This week we're stepping into all things Spring shoe style. We'll discuss everything from slides to stilettos.


First up, slides, this favorite will be around this Spring in a few variations. We will have the glam slide adorned with jewels, stones and sequins. The furry slide will be back but with the added sass of a platform. Old reliable, the traditional slide, will be here also. But try to keep this classic to the poolside, the gym or post pedicure. Slides are clutch for quick errands.


Mules are like slides on steroids. They are the perfect casual addition to an everyday look. This season they're trending in PVC and with added feminine hardware. Mules are challenging to do more than walk in so they're perfect for a dinner date or brunch but they won't survive the club.


If you're not a sneaker fan the wedge is the next best thing. It provides all the comfortability of a sneaker and all the diva vibes of a heel. These season the cork bottom wedge is back with a vengeance. Everything from solids to paisley prints will be trending this Spring.


A Dollhouse favorite, stilettos, will be a ton of fun this season. We're keeping the PVC and adding in some edgy elements. Hardware is a hot pick! So, think rhinestones, jewels, sequins and zippers but with a girlie feel. Round toe platforms aren't coming back this Spring but feel free to slip into a pointy toe or some square toe heels.

We all know shoe love is true love and who doesn't want true love? I am so excited for all of the trends awaiting us. I want to know Dolls, are you excited and ready to rock the trends or are you thinking the vibes are too over the top? Join the conversation below or on Instagram @porscheporshia.

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Michael Roberts
Michael Roberts
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