Ditch Block Heels For Cone Heels As Confirmed By Burberry

Burberry shoes spring 2018

After dominating the runway for fall 2017, the trend of statement heels isn’t going anywhere soon. Among all the statement heels, cone heels are picking up the speed faster than ever. The sleek and refined silhouette of cone heels is modern and sophisticated. Not too high and thin like stiletto or too low like block heels, cone heels are versatile and comfortable, enhancing any outfit with a touch of geometry twist.

Tapering down from top to bottom, the fashion forward shape of cone heels is fun to look at and instantly demanding attention. The minimalist of cone heels can deliver maximum impact on your style in the way of being subtle, discreet and totally fascinating.

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018


Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

On the runway of Burberry spring 2018, the cone heel trend was confirmed once again. The pointed cone heels grounded all the sandal designs on the runway of Burberry spring 2018 like a piece of artwork. Covered with the same upper material in Burberry signature plaid (check) pattern, the cone heels looked quirky, preppy and edgy with a youthful punk flair, which amplified by the pattered socks styled with these sandals.

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

According to WWD, the designer wanted to include certain “rawness” in the collection. What could fit better than combat boots? Featuring sturdy thick rubber sole and contrast red shoe lace, the combat boots on the runway of Burberry spring 2018 were adorned with the studs, short fringe and bronze toned metallic plates at the toe tip to further tough the style. Together with plaid baseball caps, hooded jacket and high waist pants, it’s a sure nod to the inspirations of working class.

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

Burberry shoes spring 2018

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