Spring shoe trends 2017
Published 22 March 2017
Upgrade your wardrobe for spring with the latest affordable shoe trends.
At the start of a new season, it can be tempting to completely revamp your wardrobe. You might want to incorporate some of the best fashion trends for spring 2017 like embroidery or stripes into your look.
However, it can be expensive to upgrade your entire wardrobe. That's why you should look at updating your accessories instead. There are a variety of spring shoe trends* that could freshen up your look – we take you through the best for 2017.
Nude heeled loafer mules, Primark, £12
Peep-toe mules, H&M, £12.99
Block heel black mules, Primark, £12
Mules are making a comeback this spring. It's no surprise either as the backless shoe will keep you cool and comes in a variety of different styles. To wear with an evening outfit, you could pick up a pair of heeled mules – this black bow pair from Primark are a real show-stopper.
Alternatively, you could try a pair of flat mules like these from H&M for a casual look. All three of the shoes featured come to under £13 – what a bargain!
Slingbacks, H&M, £19.99
Flat slingbacks, H&M, £14.99
White court shoes, Primark, £12
A v-front shoe is one of the biggest trends for spring 2017. This throwback style features pointed toes and is often paired with a kitten heel. There's a number of different designs available on the high-street – you could try a pair of red slingbacks, a flat lilac pair or a white court shoe.
You don't have to spend a fortune to get your hands on this retro design either – all of the shoes featured are less than £20.
Pointed black mule, Primark, £8
Knot mule sandal, Matalan, £6
Slip-ons, H&M, £19.99
A pair of slides might not be the most practical shoe but they could be ideal for a casual off-duty look. You should opt for a pair of slip-on shoes with a bow design – they're effortlessly chic and look much more expensive than they are!
Any of these styles will look great with a skirt, dress or pair of jeans. Each of the shoes featured in our selection cost no more than £20 each!
Blue faux suede trainers, Primark, £10
Pink faux suede trainers, H&M, £19.99
Beige platform trainers, H&M, £19.99
Update your trainer collection this spring with a pair of suede trainers. Don’t worry though, you don't need to spend a fortune on a real pair when you can pick up some faux suede ones from the high-street.
You could try this blue and pink pair, or these beige platform trainers – they're all under £20 each!
Find out what the best trainer trends of 2017 are in our blog.
*Prices correct at time of writing – 21/03/2017