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Trend to Try: Velvet shoes

It’s official – we’ve got a crush on velvet. Once a fabric that was only available to royalties or the extremely wealthy, velvet has made a comeback not only on the runways last season, but on the feet of street style mavens this season.

From slippers to stilettos to boots, we’ve got you covered for every outfit.

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As it’s stated on the brand’s box – “If the shoe fits, buy them in every colour”, and this season, we will buy them in velvet royal cobalt. Both fashionable and functional, it is best worn with… well, basically everything.

Aquazzara Christy velvet point-toe flats, US$767 (S$1,068).


Malone Souliers 
Covered in gold filigree embroidery, the Dawn velvet peep-toe mules evokes a sense of opulence. Team yours with frayed ankle denims and a white t-shirt for an instant glamour to an otherwise casual ensemble.

Malone Souliers Dawn embroidered velvet heeled-mules, £895.00 (S$1,516).


Miu Miu
We love the extravagance of these steppers; from the plush rouge velvet, to the abundance of faux pearls (large ones at that) sprawled across the strap. Pair these babies with a slip dress and a top handle bag, and you’re ready for the night.

Miu Miu velvet slippers with faux pearls, €590 (S$999).


Marco de Vincenzo
The supersize velvet braids add a fun touch to an otherwise simple stiletto heels. Whether worn with a sleek evening dress, or camo chinos, it’ll surely put a interesting twist to your outfit.

Marco de Vincenzo velvet heels, S$1,225.


Laurence Dacade
Made in Italy with intricately embroidered velvet, the Pete ankle boots have a 90mm block heel which give you that added height with comfort. Pair yours with a black satin dress or white denims.

Laurence Dacade Pete embroidered velvet ankle boots, US$1,035 (S$1,441).