Fashion minimalist shoes in 2023: comfortable and recommended
Pumps by Gucci and Bottega Veneta offer the right dose of drama, while pointed pumps by Proenza Schouler and Totême are crafted to perfection.
The minimalist Mary Jane shoes
Last year, the mary jane shoes, with the most modern models of The Row, Aeyde and Tory Burch, among others. The minimalist style of these shoes is defined by a thinner-than-usual strap, made to be closer to a cool-girl aesthetic than a preppy-girl one. The proposals by Alaïa and Mango are a bit more daring.
Simple but stylish sneakers
When creating a collection of minimalist footwearsome simple tennis, but with style, are the best starting point. Today, The Row and Totême styles are perfectly acceptable (and recommended) for pairing with dressier pieces, like a masculine-inspired suit or fabulous dress. You also can’t ignore the offerings from traditional tennis brands like Adidas, Nike, and New Balance.
The elegant loafers
Loafers, in all their forms, are a timeless staple. However, we especially like the preppy look of Gucci’s ‘Penny loafers’, those by GH Bass and Saint Laurent. The Porte & Paire two-tone version is an elevated classic, just like this loafer style from The Row.
edgy black boots
Black boots, not so basic, are a timeless classic in the wardrobe. They get along better with everything. Pointed toes from Porte & Paire, The Row and Reformation make a statement, while boots from Khaite are a beauty in their own right. For a more casual style, Mango and Totême boots provide maximum style with minimum effort.
Sneakers and flats
Like the mary jane shoes, these work, but are even more discreet. The ballerinas They are crucial in your collection of minimalist footwear. From Hereu’s scrunchy style to Khaite’s crystal version, wear yours with a simple pair of jeans for a simple elegance look. An honorable mention goes to the Maison Margiela Tabi ballerinas, which are a street style staple every season.
Article originally published in Vogue US, vogue.com.