I'm Resolving to Not Buy These 7 Shoe Styles Anymore

Gotta make room for new ones.

I'm Resolving to Not Buy These 7 Shoe Styles Anymore

I very much live by the old "never say never" adage, especially when it comes to fashion trends, but there are certain shoe styles that I can say with confidence I can't imagine myself wearing again. We live in a time in fashion when even "ugly" trends have a tendency to become wildly popular. I embrace some of them, but there are other shoe trends that I tend to say "been there, done that" about, for one reason or another (most of which have to do with seeing old photos of myself wearing them).

Style is obviously a very personal thing, so I must point out that if the shoes I'm skipping work for you, I fully support wearing them to your heart's content. I, on the other hand, have seven alternative styles that I'm shopping for instead as of late. Keep scrolling to see which shoes I'm officially done with and which I'm buying instead.

I'm well aware that flip-flops made a comeback toward the end of summer 2018, but I'm opting for less flimsy styles instead, like the tourist sandals that were all over the S/S 19 runways.

Brogues are one of those trends that come in and out of style, but I much prefer the look of combat boots (which are basically the boot version of brogues).

You won't find any peep toes in my closet, but '90s-inspired square toes have basically invaded it.

Given that I once fell down a flight of stairs and broke my ankle while wearing clogs, I'm done with them. Mules, on the other hand, are a style I'll never tire of.

Round-toe shoes are a style I left behind a few years ago, and crystal-embellished shoes are one I've recently embraced (because they're pretty).

Although typically not affordable, the logo-shoe trend (which shows no sign of slowing down) is a personal favorite of mine. Glove shoes, on the other hand, are a style I've retired after they peaked a couple years ago.

High flatform sandals don't really mesh with the rest of my wardrobe, but faux-skin boots (e.g., croc, snake, and lizard) have become my favorites this fall and winter.

Next up, the most comfortable shoe trends of 2020.

This story was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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29 Basics That Are So Good, Shopbop Can Barely Keep Them in Stock

People can't get enough of these.

29 Basics That Are So Good, Shopbop Can Barely Keep Them in Stock

Here's a shocker to no one: We're expert Shopbop shoppers. During my weekly—often daily—visits to the retailer's site to shop for products I want to feature in my stories (or even treat myself to a little wardrobe update), I've become well-acquainted with their wardrobe basics. So well-acquainted, I might add, that I tend to notice when the stock starts to dwindle on certain items or when they sell out entirely. I decided to put all my knowledge of these best-selling Shopbop basics to work in this roundup. To no surprise, they all happened to be the ones that come highly rated by shoppers, proving that they really are quite versatile and—above all—affordable.

Based on my findings, I thought it would be silly not to share these popular pieces with you. You might even recognize a few of the tanks, shorts, and sandals you see here since I also have the intel that many WWW readers have bought them, too. The order histories and amazing reviews don't lie. These 29 basics are the real deal. But don't just take my word for it—scroll through the below list to discover them all, and then click in to read the reviews and you might just find yourself so inclined to place an order, too. Happy scrolling (and shopping)!

This is just one of the multiple ribbed tanks you're about to see in this edit. Don't @ me—they're the best kind of basic top there is.

Levi's most popular jean style now comes in a summer-ready ivory hue. You know what to do.

This floral number checks many boxes for me and is delightfully on sale, so I can see why it's selling really well right now.

Sport sandals are trending at the moment, and I predict you'll be living in this comfy pair for the foreseeable future.

I knew you were wondering, and yes, they also come in black.

Take all the work out of arranging the perfect necklace stack.

If I had a dollar for every time someone ordered this classic tee, I'd be rich.

Crew-necks are replacing all my hoodies right now and I might have to add this one to my collection, too.

The new class of fashion-girl basics features the muscle tank, and Madewell just made it incredibly easy (and affordable) to try one out.

Levi's is calling these shorts "original," so you know they have to be good.

Presenting the exact tank top fashion girls flip out over.

Just in case your black leggings could use an update.

The name "whisper" tells me this tee is soft and lightweight.

If you haven't experienced the comfort that is Beyond Yoga's space-dye fabrics, consider this your official introduction. The super-soft material and array of cute colors often make me forget that other activewear brands exist.

Elevated slides like these deserve a place in everyone's closet.

I can't talk about best-sellers without mentioning these epic Ribcage jeans. 

Level up your loungewear with Cotton Citizen's insanely good basics.

Every fashion girl and model I know is obsessed with this brand's pieces, too.

The kind of thing that makes any outfit you wear it wear that much cooler.

Just a really great timeless blazer that never fails to sell out.

Shopbop shoppers also adore Agolde's vintage-inspired denim shorts for their lived-in wash and perfect length.

Black straight-leg jeans are the ultimate year-round staple.

A bikini like this is definitely a staple, and I think you'll agree with me.

Have you heard? Boyshorts are the latest lingerie trend. 

Gotta have the matching bralette, too.

Anyone else wearing bodysuits on repeat right now?

I had to include these. They seriously fit so well!

Did you think I'd end this without throwing in another ribbed tank?

Next up, all the hidden Amazon gems that look way more than $20.

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