Who said you have to bear pain if you want to wear fashionable shoes? These cozy, unusual shoes are the comfortable and practical choice of footwear this season. The foldable non-shoe has the perfect amount of cushioning and flexibility you need for any and all occasions, They will look great whether you’re on a date or just chilling out with friends at home.
You name the runway show, and they had it. Be it American designer Tory Burch, luxury clothing brand Proenza Schouler, or designer Talia Byre, their runway shows had one thing in common in 2022: the non-shoe. The looks may have been different, but comfort was a priority for all of them. Uggs and Birkenstock were the shoes of last year, but this year it’s the even more outlandish designs that are catching the eyes.
Hailey Beiber in the Comfy Non-Shoes
We don’t know about others, but Hailey Beiber is definitely in love with the trendy non-shoes these days, and we have her gym look and vacation looks to vouch for it. During her last visit to Aspen, Hailey Beiber was seen wearing black cushioned boots by Lowe, an American retail company. She had accessorized those boots with microshades and an oversized coat from the French luxury fashion house Saint Laurent. Recently, Hailey was spotted sporting those ultra-comfy shoes again, but this time it was an all-black look. She decided to go for padded mules by Puma, which she paired with a trench coat from Saint Laurent and her gym gear.
A Jenner Favourite
We all know the Jenner sisters are known for their strong fashion game, and you know what? They approve of this new trend of oversize shoes that look so comfy and stylish. On their trip to Aspen with their best friend, they chose the non-shoes to keep themselves warm. Kylie Jenner was seen wearing a similar pair as Hailey, but she chose to go for cream shearling instead of black. Kendall decided to keep her look simple and let the shoes have all the attention. She went for a simple white tee, jeans, and a shearling coat, and she completed this whole look with a pair of fur cowboy boots. Are you hyped up about them too? Don’t worry! Lowe to Prada, Stuart Weitzman, and Puma — all of them have some of the most stunning variations of these shoes, ranging from $59 for the North Face’s ThermoBall traction mules V to $1290 for Prada’s padded nylon booties. You can pick your favorite, too.