Shoe Trends for 2023

Fashion is forever evolving, so what’s trendy one year may not stick the next. So today, we’re tackling shoe trends! Here’s what you can expect for 2023 footwear, plus some of our top picks for each.

Ballet Flats

You may have seen Blair Waldorf wear this style over a decade ago, but we promise they’ll be bigger in the fashion world this time around. Besides, who doesn’t love a good slip-on that goes with just about everything?

Our Picks:

Amazon Essentials Belice Ballet Flat($19.90, shop here)

Rothy’s The Point Flats ($149, shop here)


Designers went crazy creating clogs for 2023 – from furry options to suede accents and everything in between. These backless slip-ons provide comfort, support, and style for all who wear them. Whatever the event is, there’s a clog to match!

Our Picks:

Jeffrey Campbell Lugged Platform Clog (59.95, shop here)

M.Gemi The Greta ($278, shop here)

Lace-Up Boots

Get your knee-highs ready because just about anything with laces is a must-have for the new year. Not only will these beauties keep you warm, but they’ll also present a dramatic front-and-center vibe. It’s like the fashion experts took the traditional combat boot and made it unconventional and extravagant (in the best way possible).

Our Picks:

Steve Madden Hariet Black ($179.95, shop here)

Dr. Martens Audrick Tall Lace-Up Boots ($250, shop here)

Denim Shoes

Did someone say denim shoes? Yes, shoes are now being made of denim – or materials closely resembling it. This concept is being seen in statement stilettos, pointed booties, sensational mules, and many more varieties!

Our Picks:

Jeffrey Campbell Finitely Denim Pointed-Toe Bootie ($184.95, shop here)

Calvin Klein Gayle Pointed-Toe Pump ($39.97, shop here)


If you really want to be seen, these babies will grant you your wish. Grab some sneaker options to brighten up a neutral outfit, or strut your stuff with vibrant gold booties.

Sarto by Franco Sarto Callie Bootie ($160, shop here)

Sam Edelman Ethyl Low-Tow Sneaker ($100, shop here)


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