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Tuesday Shoesday – Ankles are back for A/W12

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Last week a new footwear trend emerged at Paris Fashion Week – ankle straps.

  

For Autumn/Winter 2012, Paris Fashion Week was awash with massive variety of shoe colours and styles – all featuring ankle-straps. On the catwalk Louis Vuitton showed super-high, colour-block strappies with eye-catching features including oversized buttons and metallic toe-caps. Christian Dior (above) showcased cute ballet-style shoes with boxy, point-shoe toes, dainty bows, and ribbon-like ankle-straps in a traditionally muted autumn shades from black to mauve. Chanel’s chunky heels featured t-strap ankle-strap shoes in festive jewel-tone palette. 

Here’s my pick of the high street versions to give you a head-start on this trend. I expect we’ll be seeing even more ankle-strappy shoes launched in the run-up to autumn. From left to right: New Look £20, Topshop £65, Debenhams £32

  Black (Black) Black Canvas Raffia Wedge Shoes | 251970401 | New Look   SHILO Strap Raffia Platforms 

Author: Cassiefairy

Cassie is a freelance writer with a Masters degree in lifestyle promotion studies. She loves to 'get the look for less' so regularly shares thrifty fashion posts, DIY interior design ideas and low-cost recipes on her blog.

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  4. Thank you! I’m going for some burgundy shoes next time I buy footwear, ready for Autumn/Winter!

  5. Fabulous post, now I know what to footwear invest in!

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