Mismatched shoes were presented on the runway of both spring and fall 2017. They soon made its way to street styles and red carpet. There is no sign of slowing down. It appears that this odd cool daring shoe trend is going to be viral this year.
Mismatched shoes first were introduced on the runway of Céline spring summer 2017 featuring thong sandals in black and white. Moschino, Calvin Klein and John Galliano for Margiela followed suit on the catwalk of their fall 2017 collections. No matter it is the mismatch of prints, colors or embellishments, the mismatched shoes are refreshing, creative and revolutionary. They instantly strike a chord of fashion forward celebrities or street stars.
It’s hard to manage these intentionally mismatched shoes without appearing like you either got them on in the dark and have actually made a faintly awkward error, or that you’re attempting really tough to begin a brand-new style patter. The key is to keep the rest of outfit in matching colors and polished.
In fact, you can mismatch about any shoes in your wardrobe. All you have to do is to buy the same shoes in two different colors. By blending left and right shoes in different colors, you can create your own versions of mismatch in no time and the impact on your outfit with these shoes will blow your mind instantly. The cost may be up but you can actually get three pairs of shoes out of two pairs purchase.