Today's men's footwear trends offer many alternatives (despite a penchant for being extreme). In this way, you have the opportunity to make trends suit your style and not the other way around.
The following are the most popular styles this year. As it is happening, the casual and comfortable style of sports shoes predominates. Voluminous shapes and functional and retro designs prevail. As a result of this extreme situation, the colors that are worn range from the simplicity of white to the daring of fluorine and tie-dye prints.
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Big sneakers are taking over. And the bulkier the better. Although it all started with Balenciaga's dad shoes (the Triple S), we can currently find exaggerated soles (the key element of this trend) in a wide variety of styles. Futuristic and stylish sneakers have embraced volume as well, which is why you can now incorporate it into your look in more ways than in the beginning.
This is the key trend this year, so adding a voluminous pair of sneakers to your collection will help you look cool. White helps keep them under control, while adding a colorful design to their large size will guarantee that they won't go unnoticed.
Sharp sneakers will no doubt be worn again. But it seems that there is still a long time for the volume trend to leave us. And until then, having sturdy-soled sneakers at the shoe rack is something you should start seriously considering if you don't already have yours. On the other hand, that does not mean that it is a mistake to stay true to an opposite style, like some Chuck Taylor or some Vans.
Given the growing number of old-school sportswear enthusiasts, no wonder one of the biggest trends in men's footwear is retro sneakers.
Although they are updated with new materials, they manage to maintain their timeless quality in most cases. To this we must add enormous versatility (it has been proven that they work well with practically all pants in the men's wardrobe). Definitely, they are an excellent investment for your style.
Wear slippers with a suit
Take a look at the article: Suit and slippers. There you will find everything you need to know to add some sneakers to your outfits.
Few firms have been able to resist the temptation to be inspired by utilitarianism for their footwear. This year an avalanche of mountain-style footwear designed for the city is coming, both in the form of boots and sports shoes.
Another option that will help you stay cool, putting functionality before aesthetics, is workwear-inspired footwear.. The robustness is carried, and in that aspect the workpieces have little competition, which is why they are another footwear that you should consider.
Take a look at the article: The best work boots made by luxury brands. There you will find all the styles that this type of footwear can adopt.
Sneakers in light tones
It does not matter if they are bulky or thin, the colors preferred by designers for their sneakers are light, especially white. However, the strong presence of white is no surprise, since its simplicity and cleanliness has been imposing itself on the rest of the options for quite some time.
On the other hand, if you prefer to avoid white or you already have a pair of this color in your shoe rack, you will find many options in light shades of neutrals that are equally easy to match, such as brown or gray.
Fluor colors are one of the most daring trends this year. We will have the opportunity to see its luminous effect in all kinds of pieces during the spring / summer. Sports shoes are an option that is worth considering if you would like to follow this trend but neon t-shirts and pants seem too much for you.
And is that many firms offer the possibility of wearing neon in a subtle way, limiting itself to small touches. But if you prefer neon to take center stage in your footwear, you will also find many models that embrace it with all its surface. One-color fluorine models or with the sole as the only exception.
The tie-dye comes to bring large doses of color and ease to the trends in men's footwear this year. A tie-dye shoe may not work as a first shoe, or even a second (although it all depends on your style). However, during the summer you will not be short of informal occasions to include a pair of canvas (either lace-up or slip-on) in your looks.