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Fashion Trend: Spikey Shoes

Jan 15, 2013

Part punk revival, part Harajuku fusion, studded or spiked shoes are fashion’s newest edition and whether you like a ballet flat or a towering heel, even if you’re a loafer fan, spikes are poking through across the world of shoes.

Some styles are sharper, more aggressive spikes, particularly heels with already spiked geometry. Be careful where you step, these spikes can puncture!

Watch Where You Step! These Shoes are Sharp!Watch Where You Step! These Shoes are Sharp!Courtesy of weheartit.com

But there’s also rounder studs embellishing flats and loafers. Perfect to bring out your fun loving punk and wear to school.

Plastic Colorful SpikesPlastic Colorful SpikesCourtesy of thoughtsofashell.co.uk

Spikes and studs are getting popular enough that you can find them just about anywhere. Check out these studded shorts, a simple DIY project too!

Stud ShortsStud ShortsCourtesy of http://fashion.teenvogue.com

And maybe you've seen this trend around, the spikey backpack. What a beast!

Spikes are Everywhere!Spikes in their Cutest FormCourtesy of gottagreatgift.com

Have Your Say!

Have you been keen to this fashion trend? Where have you seen spikes? School? The mall? A magazine? Your own closet? Tell us what fashion spying you've been doing. Write to us in the comment's section below!

 

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