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The party looks of the 80s are back. Even if there isn't really a reason for them at the moment. Around 40 years ago, the aggressively flashy evening wear was the contrast to the yuppie suit, in which you earned money during the day that you spent unrestrainedly at night. Puff sleeves, bright colors and lots of glitter were the fashionable expression of excess at the beginning of the decade - today they are longingin winter 2020/21, while you spend a lot of time in sweatpants on the sofa.
You don't need a full party outfit right now, but a pair of 80s-inspired shoes can definitely lift the mood . Some of them are made for the dance floor - for example themade of latex from Saint Laurent and patent leather from Balmain or the lavishly decorated boots from Rodarte, which you can at least break in now.
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boot trend in winter 2020/21: the 80s for everyday life
More suitable for everyday use, even in everyday life in which many things are different, theof the season. Conveniently, you can't get them dirty so quickly this winter (and Prada rubber boots are available for bad weather). They celebrated their comeback as a trend at Salvatore Ferragamo, knee-high and with a wide shaft; with wedge heels from Jil Sander and as pointed ankle boots from Stella McCartney.
Another trend inspired by the 80s are so-called slouchy boots, which are characterized by leather that is loosely pushed down the leg. You could see them on the catwalk at Etro and Alberta Ferretti, models reaching up to the knees at Isabel Marant and finally on the street at Emily Ratajkowski. Because: These are pretty perfectthat you can go anywhere in - even if you don't have to go anywhere.
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