Celebrity Footwear Trends 2014

Celebrity Footwear Trends 2014

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Gladiator Sandals:

Gladiator Sandals shoes

Brought back straight from the coliseums of Rome, the strappy Gladiator sandals have taken the fashion world by storm.

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Mischa Barton and Rachel Bilson are big fans sporting accessorized and embellished Gladiators with skirts, shorts and even denims.

Cap-Toe Heels:

gold cap toe heels

No matter what the time, space or occasion, heels will always make their presence felt. And this time it’s the very feminine Cap-Toe Heel. A perfect mélange of the front of pumps and the back of stilettos These have struck gold with Hollywood sirens such as Demi Moore and Cameron Diaz.

Ankle Boots:

ankle boots with heels

A bit of an edit and an added heel in the men’s shoe design market led to the making of the Ankle Boot. The perfect formal looking footwear,

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Ankle boots are slick, shiny and very chic. Hillary Duff and Naomi Watts have been spotted sporting these on numerous occasions.

Pumps:

Pumps Shoes for women

The classic Pumps never really went out of style but today, their omnipresence is hard to ignore. Everyone from celebs to moms to teachers has a pair and they’re choosing to wear them to the plushest of places. While Angelina Jolie hops into a pair while heading to the airport, Nicole Kidman swears by them on the red carpet.

Yellow Shoes:

yellow nike shoes

The focus has shifted from the yellow bikini to the Yellow Shoe; and there’s no greater evidence about it than the streets of Hollywood.

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Sarah Jessica Parker teamed her yellow stilettos with a casual top and denims while Cameron Diaz chose to couple her yellow peep toes with a summer dress to a gala brunch.

source : metroshoes

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