The 60’s is virtually a haven of full skirts, patterns, peter pan collars, trim high waist tailored pants and waist jackets. It is also the decade of the penny loafers, mary jane sandals, oxfords and saddle shoes partnered with frilly socks.
If you have been keeping tabs on the latest fashion trend these days, you’ve probably seen a come-back of the 60’s with street wear saturated with romantic vibe and old-school appeal. You don’t want to be left behind so we took the initiative of finding the perfect 60’s-inspired shoes for you.
1. Chloe Black Cork Wedges, $414.00, Chloe
This here is a reinvention of the classic penny loafers. Made from suede and cork materials, it creates an interesting aesthetic. Despite its deceptively tall heels, it offers comfort to the wearer.
2. Steve Madden Black Oxford Shoes, $54.99, Steve Madden
If you can have one pair of oxford shoes, you’d definitely want to grab this pair. Its lace-less style but classic oxford details is a winning combination of new and old. The buckled strap add-on makes it even more covet-worthy. It’s definitely a staple for everyday wear.
3. GoJane Tasseled Moccasin, $20.30, GoJane
You can’t help but salivate over the punchy bright pink-red berry color of this moccasin. For those days when you feel like dressing down but adding something bright to your monochrome outfit, this will definitely come handy.
4. GoJane Leatherette Loafers, $21.20, GoJane
I love me a nice men-style loafers. This pair from GoJane fits the bill for those days when you gravitate towards men’s aesthetic (read: tailored pants and oversized jackets).
5. Norma Loafer, $298.00, Plomo
Need something out-of-the-box, something a tad crazy and something a bit playful? This pair of oxford shoes from Plomo has the quirks you are looking for: the natural snake skin and the natural leather tassels. You’ll be making a statement for sure.