With spring and summer comes not only longer and brighter days, but of course also a number of new shoe trends that differ significantly from the autumn boot trends where winter boots, boots with warm lining and cowboy boots were dominant.
The high boots have been very popular throughout the season and they will also dominate the coming winter season. The boot is gradually becoming a well-known classic in most people's wardrobes, and there is once again good reason to keep the high boots for one more season. According to the AW23 collections of some of the big fashion houses such as Dior , Gucci and Coperni , the high boot will still be a big part of the autumn collection.
Although it has been far from difficult to get used to the relaxed and comfortable footwear, you may also long to jump into a pair of high-heeled shoes or sandals - and here JoDis has some really exciting suggestions.
Colors are always the most exciting in a new collection. The smart thing about choosing shoes with color is that you don't have to think about putting your clothes together in new ways - you just wear the clothes you usually wear and add a colored shoe.
Animal print is hot. Zebra print in particular is becoming so popular that we think it will become a new neutral color in line with white, black and beige. The good thing about animal print is that it goes with EVERYTHING: Bright colours, checks, stripes and flowers. Use the print throughout the set, as a neutral starting point that you can combine with everything else you have in your wardrobe. Or use it in shoes, bags and accessories instead of the usual dark uniform colours. Try to look at the zebra print as a "neutral" color. It gives you
much freer hands to put one together with other styles, so you don't always end up choosing black or white. You can put everything together, even something that doesn't "fit together" (as long as you think it's cool). It can never be too much. That's why our mission is to inspire individuality so you never have to doubt what you wear. That is our mission.