Spring 2015 is bringing a refreshing return to more straight forward clogs! At one point in 2010,11, & 12 it seemed like designers were throwing everything but the kitchen sink into their shoe designs. The clean palette walking runways this year in NY, Milan, & Paris is retro and modern at the same time. Spring 2015 is all about the 70's.. not so much bell-bottoms (a few) and lava lamps.. but jumpsuits, suede dusters, clogs, and platform shoes of all kinds are right on! Take a look at all the references from the 1970's - many had been retooled looks from the 30's and 40's. Perhaps it's no mystery that in 2015 once again these styles seem fresh, clean, and new. #CLOGS
At Chloe, a key looks was the peasant blouse, dark denim, and flats.
At Salvatore Ferragamo, the look was inspired by archive pieces that Salvatore himself designed in the 1930's. It was Ferragamo who is credited with creating many of the styles that are classics today. Actually, Salvatore Ferragamo was the first designer to create a designer "brand" of creating custom shoes for Hollywood starlets in the 1920's. Amazing.
Wooden clogs brought serious 70's style at Mulberry, Bally, Prada, and Rosetta Getty.
At Louis vuitton, the denim trend continued but washed with Vuitton charm heels.
Suede dresses and dusters, camera bags, and sandals killed it at Gucci.
Choose a look and swing into the 70's vibe.. it looks like these styles will be in Vogue for several seasons.