The smoking slipper trend is far from over. In fact, the look is more elaborate than ever. And the same goes for sneakers! Leave your bright white tennies at home and try these shoes on for shine. Which are you more excited for – embellished smoking slippers or kicks? Can’t choose? No problem…with a couple on sale, you can have both!
Alexander McQueen Leopard-Print Calf Hair Smoking Slipper: McQueen leads the way with more than a few covetable options – one of the most versatile being this fall-friendly calf hair loafer. At Bergdorf Goodman for $780.
Alexander McQueen Embroidered Velvet Smoking Slipper: This is not your grandmother’s embroidery. See what all the buzz is about with McQueen’s bee-inspired design. At Bergdorf Goodman for $780.
Alberto Moretti Mirrored Loafer: Mirrored leather has been making its way onto everything from cute clutches to well-heeled pumps. Thanks to its scale-like panels, this slipper is like a chic disco ball shoe. At Barneys New York for $720.
Jimmy Choo Wheel Lace Weekend Loafer: The masculine smoking slipper gets a touch of ladylike lace on these black leather beauties. Pair with oxblood pieces for a Gothic-inspired get-up or stick with still trendy black and whites. At Bergdorf Goodman for $695.
Marc Jacobs 20MM Pointed Toe Glitter Sneakers: Gunmetal sparkles and studs with a sharp pointed toe to match! Who knew glitter could look so hardcore? On Luisa via Roma for $595.
Giuseppe Zanotti 20MM Studs & Leather High Top Sneakers: When it comes to embellishments, Giuseppe never shies away from excess. Crystals and spikes have starring roles on this punk pair, but it’s the gold cap toe I’m most excited about. On Luisa via Roma for $1,750.
Superga Studded Metallic Canvas Hi-Top Sneaker: Already have basic Supergas? Step into something unexpected (and unexpectedly half off!). At Neiman Marcus for $65.25 (from $130).
Jimmy Choo Low-Top Glitter Sneaker: They say all that glitters is not gold, but in this case, I have to disagree. Throw these on with some cute shorts and a tank to excite even the most casual duds. At Neiman Marcus for $311 (from $465).