35 Shoes Sneakers Nude for Women To Everything Style Fashion

Find the perfect shoe trends to elevate your style profile with our curation of spring flats and shoes designs, as well as wedges and heels in the season’s newest styles. We present the hottest footwear color trends for 2018—and where to score the perfect nude heels if neutral.

From being a complicated piece of fashion accessory to a must-have in every fashionista’s shoe closet, these have come a long way. Nude ankle length sandals are your safest bet and matches most dresses. When I say most dresses—it means something that ends near the calves preferably. The knee length ones with tiable strings go perfectly with boho-inspired dresses and shorts, or also with long dresses with knee length, perhaps. It’s worth mentioning that you can avoid them if you have chunky legs or go with the ones with thicker straps.

The number of cool, covetable sneakers to hit the market this year was overwhelming, to say the least. Practically every day a fresh new style, cool color, or collaboration presented itself, and Nike sneakers were undoubtedly at the top of the aforementioned covetable heap.

Naturally, much of our sneaker inspiration in 2018 came in the form of stylish celebrities like model (and Victoria’s Secret Angel) Romee Strijd. This summer, Strijd stepped out in a pair of woven Nikes that instantly caught our eye. We were even more intrigued when we saw that Nordstrom’s description of the sneakers referred to them as “beautiful.”

Soon after Strijd wore them and we called them out, the sneakers sold out in her pretty, versatile tan hue. But luckily Nike has since released them in a slew of other pretty colors like pink, navy, and gray, and we highly suggest getting a pair for yourself while you still can.

If you follow street style at Fashion Week, you know that one of the most enduring favorites of the fashion set is the white sneaker: It’s far more comfortable than heels and complementary to virtually any look. Certain ones can develop a cultiness of their own, too — from Phoebe Philo’s Stan Smiths to the statusy Balenciaga Triple S — that makes people true loyalists to certain brands, even if they don’t self-identify as sneakerheads. And the great thing is, they’re accessible to everyone — white Converse and Nike sneakers have been around for ages. Here, we talked to 16 stylish women on the one white sneaker that they always keep a fresh pair of in their closet.