Hailey Bieber's Shoes Might Replace the Square-Toe Trend

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Hailey Bieber's Shoes Might Replace the Square-Toe Trend

Whenever a trend gets as massive as square-toe shoes have become, there's no way it's going to remain on top forever. But the square-toe shoe run has been quite long, and it's safe to assume that the pandemic even extended it as we all ceased to wear real shoes for a while. But people are venturing out again, and it's a given that they'll want some fresh new shoe styles to do so in. Enter Hailey Bieber.

Bieber has been a devoted square-toe shoe wearer from the start of the '90s-inspired trend's rise, but while out to dinner in West Hollywood very recently, she wore a pair of shoes with what's best described as a teardrop-shaped too. It's not as angular and harsh as the pointed-toe shoes from a few years ago. It's a bit softer and more curved. We've already spotted the trend on the market as well, so it's safe to say that it's one to keep an eye out for, especially given Bieber's endorsement. 

Scroll to shop teardrop-toe shoes if you're ready for a change from the wildly popular square toes.

On Hailey Bieber: The Frankie Shop blazer; Bottega Veneta The Pouch ($3200); Femme Luce Minimale Shoes ($169)

Next up: If you're wearing one of these 8 shoe trends, I know you're a fashion girl.

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25 Cheap and Trendy Things I'm Buying for Summer in NYC

From bucket hats to baguette bags.

25 Cheap and Trendy Things I'm Buying for Summer in NYC

As many of my fellow East Coasters know, there's really nothing better than summer in NYC. I used to spend the summer months here interning as a college student, and now that I'm a newly minted New Yorker, I'm gearing up for a season spent picnicking in Central Park, going to outdoor happy hours, hanging on my friends' rooftops, and so much more. I can already feel the excitement bubbling as more people start to shed their layers and look forward to the city's July 1 reopening date, so with a semi-normal summer on the horizon, I've been doing a lot of thinking about how I want to dress. 

Reemergence fashion, revenge dressing, or whatever you want to call it, I'm definitely feeling the urge to break out of my plain basics and hop into plenty of bright colors, skin-baring items, and fun-loving accessories. I want my wardrobe to mirror my joyous mood, and to achieve that, I've been eyeing a number of cheap and trendy fashion finds that are nothing if not fun. From bucket hats to retro sunglasses, peruse the below lineup of the affordable and NYC-ready summer shopping picks I'm snagging.

I'm getting Hailey Bieber vibes—anyone else?

Let's be real. I want this whole outfit. Shop the matching Mini Tube Top ($29).

It's about to be the summer of the shimmery bikini, and I want in.

Truly a work of art.

A little bit of '90s action.

So charming.

If you're not wearing colorful rings, what are you even doing?

Retro but not too retro.

I swoon over anything in this color.

Confession: I already own these, and they're a nice addition to simpler outfits.

Resort shirts are some of my key summer basics because they're just so easy to wear.

Summer camp vibes all around.

Calling it now: Boxer shorts are the new lounge shorts.

My friends who have this dress rave about how it's the best summer outfit, and well, I'm officially influenced.

This had me at hello.

The right amount of relaxed.

New summer season, new bucket hat. I don't make the rules.

Transparent shades are taking over my Instagram feed right now.

How chic would this be as a swimsuit cover-up?

For lounging or lunging, I'm into the sporty vibe these have.

The resin-ring train is here, and this is your low-cost ticket on board.

Okay, this actually looks much more expensive than it is.

Love me a matching set. Shop the matching Knitted Sleeveless Top ($59).

I plan to style this underneath a big blazer for casual coffee dates.

2021 or 2001?

Up next: Nope, You Don't Need More Than $100 for Any of These 7 Summer Trends

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