1. Adidas NMD_R1 Primeknit

The Adidas NMD_R1 Primeknit has a futuristic and futuristic look to it. This is a very comfortable shoe that is light and flexible. It has a breathable mesh upper and also has an EVA midsole for comfort. The outsole is made with hexagons, which makes it very unique.

  1. Nike Air Max 270

The Nike Air Max 270 is a very comfortable and stylish sneaker from Nike that comes in many different colors. This shoe has a mesh upper and also features an Air-Sole unit for cushioning. The midsole also has hexagonal patterns on it that give this shoe its unique look.

  1. Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0

The Yeezy Boost 350 V2 Beluga 2.0 is one of Kanye West’s most popular shoes ever created! These sneakers feature a sock-like fit and are designed with premium materials such as leather uppers and rubber soles that provide traction on any surface you wear them on!

  1. Adidas Ultra Boost 3.0 LTD “Triple Black”

Best Shoes For 2016

Clothing, Footwear, Leg, Sleeve, Collar, Shoulder, Joint, Pattern, Style, Street fashion,


Based on empirical data derived from street style and celebrity images, subjectively deduced popularity on social media, placement in fashion editorials and the purchases of stylish friends and acquaintances—these are the shoes that came out on top in 2016.


Stage Five Clingers


Stuart Weitzman’s over-the-knee boots have been a fashion girl favorite for years and this fall’s velvet clinger booties proved a go-to for oft-photographed ladies like Kendall and Gigi.


The Sock Boot

The innovative sock boot came out as a surprise style of the year with versions by both Yeezy and Vetements. Kim Kardashian-West repped the style designed by her husband while the street style set fell hard for the latter.


The Higher the Better


It was a year of staggeringly high platforms—and Marc Jacobs came out on top with his gothic Maryjanes. We look forward to seeing the ’90s printed version from Spring 2017 on (suddenly) ultra-tall girls.


Sleek and Prada

A quiet favorite was the mod Prada sling back which sleek and chic girls wore with minis and denim in equal favor.


LV Lace-Ups

The Vuitton lug sole-lace-up boot in silver, black and blue with contrasting laces was an undeniable favorite at the most recent fashion month. We knew they were destined for greatness when we spotted them on Ghesquiere’s runway months before.


Silver Surfer

Demna Gvasalia’s still short reign at Balenciaga has already unearthed some cult items—but these silver thigh high boots are an undeniable standout. North West is a fan.


Two-Tone Chanel


Chanel proved quiet and classic can win the race with cream and black contrasting low heels that add a bit of elegance to any look.


Luxe Loafers

While the Gucci loafer is hardly a new style, the new pearl-embellished, fur lined, printed versions created under the keen eye of Alessandro Michele proved winners among the fashion girl set all year long—and show no signs of slowing down.


Lady Dior

While boots proved to be an overwhelming favorite this year regardless of season, Dior’s high-shine, ankle wrapped pointed shoe served as the go-to ultra feminine heel.


Fenty Fever

Just when we thought the trainer revolution was slowing down, Rihanna created a creeper sneaker with Puma that sporty girls like Cara Delevingne couldn’t resist.


The Celine Lug

While Phoebe Philo at Celine created a few standouts this season, the rubber soled white and red boots from the Spring 2016 runway took the lead.


Ballet Babes


Miu Miu’s ballet slippers, with their interchangeable elements and inherent comfort and cool factor, continue to get added to closets of girls who love a good flat.

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