Slouchy Boots - Spring 2020 Trend: What It Is and How to Combine Them

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Boots that you are sure to wear the whole season: a guide to one of the main spring fashion trend.

It's amazing how shoes, that were worn several decades ago, get a new interpretation thanks to the modern finish and original shape. Blumarine, Etro, Saint Laurent "confessed their love" for slouchy boots and used their example to add them to the list of shoe trends in 2020.

What Slouchy Boots Are

A characteristic feature of such boots is a folding shaft, another fashionable reference to the 80's.

Saint Laurent spring/summer 2020


How to Combine Slouchy Boots

Slouchy boots have many varieties: high heels and flat shoes, casual or embroidered with sparkling crystals, plain or with animalistic print. Don’t cover these boots with a floor-length dress or culottes: the clothes, you plan to wear together with slouchy boots, should either be short or tucked inside the boot. However, the outfit consisting of slouchy boots and midi skirt will also look great: unique "harmonica", peeking out from under the skirt hem, looks impressive and intriguing.

Slouchy Boots + Jacket

Slouchy boots are effectively combined with both dresses and casual clothes. This spring, the trend for silhouettes with wide shoulders does not lose its relevance, so the oversized jacket will be perfectly combined with slouches. Jeans, a solid turtleneck and eye-catching accessories will complement any stylish casual look.

Slouchy Boots + Dress

High slouchy boots, combined with a loose dress, are a trend of spring 2020. A dress with decorative details will add romance, while rough leather boots will balance the sentimental look and make it a little more daring. Speaking about makeup, you can experiment: red lipstick will be an additional bright touch, and nude shades won’t draw attention, but will help the slouchy boots to "reign" in splendid isolation.

Slouchy Boots + Turtleneck and Mini Skirt

Must-have of the season is slouchy boots made of caramel-colored suede. A black turtleneck combined with a mini skirt is a familiar ensemble, that perfectly matches jackboots. However, for those who are tired of the standard combination, this season offer a very good alternative – the slouchy boots. And not to look too simple, add some accessories and jewelry.

Slouchy Boots + Multi-Layering

The trend for layering came to us from the 70’s: it was then that it became fashionable to wear turtlenecks under dresses and shirts with a sweater under a jacket. We recall that the white top and the black bottom is not only a boring school uniform. Designers invite us to boldly mix up a sweatshirt, jacket and skinny pants. And in order to be exactly in trend this spring, complete your look with snow-white slouchy boots. Add accessories to match - and now the black and white classic outfit looks non-trivial at all.

Slouchy Boots + Midi Skirt

Slouchy boots suit perfectly not only with trousers, but also with a midi-length skirt (another trend of this spring). A voluminous sweater, completed with a skirt with pockets, will create a cozy stylish look, in which slouchy boots will be the final spectacular touch. A high slit on the skirt will allow you to show off slouchy boots in all their glory.

Slouchy Boots + Denim

Slouchy boots are suitable for almost any look, including total denim (hi from 90’s). Oversized clothing is the perfect companion for this shoes. Due to the wide half-lowered top, the slouchy boots look as if they are slightly large, so the legs in them seem more graceful. Suede slouches of dark cappuccino color will be a great addition to a denim dress with ruffles, and massive earrings and bright makeup will add a note of audacity and charm to the outfit.

We invite you to take a closer look at this spring's trend and choose the perfect model of slouchy boots for your wardrobe.


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Mara&Mine Gianvito Rossi Rene Caovilla


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