Summer 2014 Shoe Trend: Marvelous Metallics


One of the biggest summer shoe trends for 2014? Metallics. Whether they’re sandals, sneakers, pumps or platforms, these eye-popping, shiny shoes are in. We’re currently lusting over the following five pairs by Stuart Weitzman.

The Hubcapsbullets Wedge, $425

These mixed metallic, bronze-hued wedges are adorned with gold and silver studs—on the toe band, the ankle strap, and of course, the wedge heel itself. Made of Nappa leather and a rubber sole, they’re also equipped with a soft footbed for comfort. These leg-lengthening wedges have a unique wow-factor, and do not hold back on showing off their shiny style.

The Freely Sandal, $325

While it is somewhat of a “mandal”, the Nappa leather foil, which runs across the feet as two thick buckled straps, gives these slip-on sandals a decidedly feminine — and sparkly — feel. The cork footbed and rubber sole make them wonderfully comfortable, and even though they are simple shoes, their metallic shine will bring about plenty of attention.

The Cyclist Sneaker, $295

Cool metallic kicks are hard to come by, and these golden, grommet-covered sneakers are just about the sweetest we’ve seen. Made of Vecchio Nappa leather and fitted with a sleek rubber sole, they have both a cool Velrco strip and tieable laces that slither up the front.

The Nudist Sandal, $398

It’s easy to see how these barely-there sandals got their name. Made from Goosebump Nappa leather, these textured golden heels are serious show-off party shoes. The four and ½ inch heel, delicate ankle strap, covered back, and of course, golden gleam, make them absolute stunners.

The Playful Sandal, $335

Go out and play in these python-print mini wedges. The one and ¾ inch wedge, adjustable back strap and soft footbed make them super comfortable, without sacrificing their quirky style. And the sweet leather sole is the perfect compliment to these multi-strap, adjustable metallic shoes.

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