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CPHFW SS22: The Best Street Style Shoes

18th August 2021

Photography bY MOEEZ ALI

Welcome back heels! These were the most stylish shoes of Copenhagen fashion week. 

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE SHOES

Fashion week made a loud comeback in Copenhagen as happy guest finally had reasons to pull out their most statement worthy accessories. This season was colourful and unapologetic with previous seasons it-shoes , sneakers and cinderella pumps in high rotation, seamlessly paired with blazer, midi skirts and other Scandi staples.

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE PRADA SHOES

PRADA’S POINTY PUMPS
The shoes from Raf and Miuccia’s first co-created collection made waves early on in the season and were naturally one of the most featured shoes on the streets of Copenhagen. The slingbacks comes in numerous candy colours and charms us with that perfect, modern kitten heel.


SHOP PRADA SLINGBACKS

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE BLACK PUMPS
COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE PINK SHOES

JEWELLEY SHOES
Rhinestones and diamanté embellished shoes have always been a fashion week favourite and this season was no exception. Minimalistic crystal details and colourful shoes were a recurring trend, perfect for dressing from the feet up.

SHOP CRYSTAL SHOES

ROPE DETAILS
Strappy sandals have long been a summer staple, however the modern take espadrilles comes in the form of lace-up rope sandals. This style works well in both flats and heels and gives any outfit an interesting break from the usual leather straps.



SHOP LACE-UP ROPE SANDALS

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE HEELS
COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE PRADA
COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE BROGUES

CHUNKY LOGO LOAFERS
Loafers have grown into a wardrobe cornerstone, this season they are chunky and logo-embellished. Every design house currently has a version, decorated with either a logo or signature hardware. More is more in this otherwise modest shoe.

SHOP CHUNKY SIGNATURE LOAFERS

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE GIA MULES

GRASS GREEN
Optimistic, bright green – surely the colour of the season, especially when it comes to accessories. Bottega Veneta might have something to do with this (grass green is now their signature colour) but other shoe designers have caught up, too. Minimalists wore them as the one pop of colour, while more daring show guests opted for a wider range of colour blocking.


SHOP BRIGHT GREEN SHOES

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE CHUNKY BOOTS
COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE BOOTS

BEIGE LUG SOLES
Last year’s hero boots – the chunky lug soles have evolved from the most popular all black to a range of colours. The dominating new hue is beige and new neutrals and as we saw on the street of Copenhagen – with contrasting soles.

SHOP CHUNKY BEIGE BOOTS

WHITE SANDALS
White sandals isn’t exactly a new trend, but it is a style that never seems to go out of fashion. Always appearing fresh, especially when worn with an all white outfit and a tan, perfect for warm summer days in the city.



SHOP WHITE SANDALS

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE BOTTEGA SANDALS
COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE SANDALS
COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE BOTTEGA VENETA

FIRE TONED SANDALS
Magenta and tangerine coloured strappy sandals were a hit this season, paired with colourful dresses and skirts. Bottega Veneta’s success is inevitable, but there are other great brands making just as good alternatives. The surprising, best way to style red this season is with tones of orange and pink.

SHOP RED SANDALS

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE AMINA MUADDI

PVC PUMPS
PVC shoes has been a hit this season, so they were naturally a fashion week favourite, too. Apart from clear PVC, we saw rich colours, accompanied by embellishent and crystals. Amina Muaddi, Aquazzura and Jimmy Choo currently have the best versions.


SHOP PVC SHOES

BRIGHT TRAINERS
Colourful sneakers has long been a Scandi favourite and this season this comfortable trend stayed strong. Sporty brands has influenced even the most prestige designers as you’ll now find a notable version in most designer houses. Opt for sporty details and wear them dressed down with denim.


SHOP COLOURFUL SNEAKERS

COPENHAGEN STREET STYLE SNEAKERS

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