6 Shoe Trends To Shop For In 2024

Ahead, we’ve rounded up the best shoe trends from NYFW spring 2024.

Warm-weather shoe trends returned to the forefront of our minds during Spring/Summer 2024 New York Fashion Week, just as we were putting away our strappy summer sandals. Spring and summer shoe designs tend to be more fun, whereas fall shoe fashions incline towards sombre colours and vampy shapes. The collections for this year are no different: On the NFYW runways, vivid hues, open-toed footwear, and delicate flats took the stage.

The majority of footwear-focused designers made very definite predictions about the shoes that would be popular in 2019 on the runways (pointy-toe pumps from fall ’23 may not last; ballerina flats are back). Comfortable flats were the main focus at Proenza Schouler, Tory Burch, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and other stores, while others concentrated on the common but sometimes harder to find ideal sandal.

In today’s fast-paced fashion market, being ahead of the curve is crucial. With our insights, you can seamlessly incorporate these trends into your collection before they become mainstream. Whether you want to establish trends or keep up with the latest styles, our carefully curated selection of essential shoes will ensure that you walk out in style. Let’s take a look at some fascinating shoe looks that are guaranteed to make waves in 2024, from the catwalk to everyday life, so you may accessorise confidently and stylishly from head to toe.


These slouchy boots are not like the boho boots of the past. They are the fun-loving descendants who prefer parties over pilates. Y/Project showcased adjustable denim booties, while Zomer, All-In, and Dion Lee showcased wipe-clean booties and ultra-wide booties with elastic cords for a cinched-in look. Victoria Beckham, Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood, and Knwls featured more conservative examples of this trend. This trend adds playful and relaxed vibes to your outfits with sagging fabric that pools and droops around the ankles.

Victoria Beckham SS’24 runway show.


Metallic shoes continue to dominate the shoe scene in 2024. They make a statement but can be paired with any outfit. Simone Rocha, Alexander McQueen, and Acne Studios showcased shiny footwear, highlighting the versatility of this trend.

Valentino SS’24 runway show.


A small buckle detail can add a unique and interesting touch to any shoe. This trend was spotted at brands like Y/Project and Dion Lee. The popularity of Miu Miu heels, worn by Emily Ratajkowski and Kendall Jenner, speaks to the appeal of this trend. Adding buckle details to your footwear rotation in 2024 is highly recommended.

Acne Studios SS’24 runway show.


Move over chunky dad sneakers; school shoes are the new addition to consider. From derby shoes to oxfords and chunky Mary Janes, this slightly preppy trend was spotted at Loewe, Victoria Beckham, and Bottega Veneta. It’s a casual way to finish off your outfits without resorting to streetwear or athleisure styles.

Loewe SS’24 runway show.


If you’re looking for a more sensible heeled option without compromising on style, kitten heels are a major trend for 2024. They were seen at Dior, Erdem, and Valentino, and can be worn as boots, pumps, or sandals. Pair them with baggy jeans, trousers, minidresses, or miniskirts to add a chic touch to your ensembles.

Erdem SS’24 runway show.


Dressier shoes with ultra-pointy toes are making a comeback. Ferragamo, Diesel, and Blumarine featured this trend on their runways. Contrasting with the chunkier shoe styles, these pointed-toe shoes offer a sleek and sophisticated option.

Blumarine SS’24 runway show.