Trendspotting: February 2015

A look at footwear fashion trends for February 2015.

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Going Native

Tribal prints add a Southwestern flair to basic shades of brown. 1. Minnetonka 2. Howsty 3. Sanuk 4. Sorel 

Going Native

Platform Analyst

Farewell to single soles—platforms stack up against the competition for fall. 1. Ruthie Davis 2. Dune London 3. Vogue Footwear

Platform Analyst

Mix Master

Texture-blocking gives sleek silhouettes tonal interest. 1. Cougar 2. Bogs 3. Naot 4. Cobb Hill 5. Blossom

Mix Master

Sew Good

Moc toes lend an artisan feel to casual men’s boots. 1. Lacoste 2. Oliver Sweeney 3. Artola 4. Ecco

Sew Good

Team Teal

Winter’s rich variation of turquoise. 1. Peter Nappi 2. Nine West 3. Tsubo 4. Cycleur de Luxe 5. Jambu

Team Teal

Sunday School

Classic monk-strap styles are feminized with block heels and metallic materials. 1. Fortress of Inca 2. Nicole 3. Latigo 4. Cobb Hill 5. Bettye Muller

Sunday School

Point Taken

Loafers are streamlined for a sleeker and dressier silhouette. 1. Charles David 2. Joe’s Jeans 3. Herchcovitch; Alexandre x Melissa

Point Taken

Varnishing Act

Lustrous patent leathers make a sophisticated yet suggestive statement. 1. Sorel 2. BC Footwear 3. Hush Puppies 4. Ruthie Davis 5. Andre Assous 6. Cliffs by White Mountain 7. Lacoste

Varnishing Act

Come Slither

The sex appeal of snakeskin crosses over on a range of silhouettes. 1. Charles Jourdan 2. Azura by Spring Step 3. Klub Nico 4. Dansko 5. Calleen Cordero 6. Nina Originals

Come Slither

Crocodile Rock

Exotic textures add some upscale bite to casual kicks. 1. Ecco 2. Creative Recreation 3. Superga

Crocodile Rock

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