27 Pairs That Prove This ’90s Shoe Style Is Back and Better Than Ever
Scrunchies, bike shorts, cardigans—’90s fashion mania isn't going away anytime soon, and the latest trend resurgence might just be our favorite one yet. Square-toe shoes have been popping up all over our Insta feeds and Pinterest boards and we’re officially ready to revisit the structured style. But just in case you didn’t hold on to your original pairs from 20 years ago, here are 27 brand-new shoes to add to your shopping cart asap.
These adorable slingbacks come in four glorious neutral tones.
Paging Cher Horowitz: We found your next purchase.
Charles & Keith ($39)
A classic that’ll stay in style for years to come.
If you’re going to go with a ’90s vibe, you might as well embrace all the footwear elements of the decade.
Rejina Pyo ($545)
So you can live your best ballerina pointe shoe life.
Jeffrey Campbell ($100)
Combine three hot trends (square toes, Mary Janes and velvet) into one killer shoe.
Reike Nen ($179)
You can never go wrong with a good old-fashioned loafer.
All Black ($159)
Pairs nicely with a bright and springy pedicure.
Chinese Laundry ($80)
We’re getting major 9 to 5 vibes here, and we aren’t mad about it one bit.
Tory Burch ($358)
The ideal companion to your favorite date-night ensemble.
Via Spiga ($350)
So you can wear the animal kingdom’s best pattern all through spring and into summer, too.
Dolce Vita ($120)
They will go with literally everything in your closet. Everything.
Kate Spade New York ($228)
We’re head over heels for this modern take on the Nancy Sinatra boot.
Rachel Comey ($525)
Bonus: The semi-wedge heel and trio of straps make these much more comfortable than your average pair.
Sharp kitten heels balance the masculine square toe perfectly.
Charles & Keith ($69)
The epitome of spring, in shoe form.
The patent sheen prevents these pastel beauties from looking too precious.
Black Ankle Boots
You should probably retire your old pair anyway, creating an excellent excuse for you to pick up these stunners.
Rag & Bone ($595)
We came for the versatile beige color but stayed for the charming shell ties.
Leandra Medine ($450)
Square in the front, round in the back—this shoe is 360 degrees of chic.
Jeffrey Campbell ($125)
Introducing your new go-to weekend shoe.
Free People ($138)
These mod slip-ons span decades.
Roger Vivier ($725)
Soft suede and a low block heel mean these are comfy enough to wear all day long.
By Far ($370)
An excellent choice for that weird pre-spring weather.
& Other Stories ($135)
Bright Red Bows
Hey, if they’re good enough for Posh Spice…
Victoria Beckham ($695)
Snake Print Mules
Gold and silver flakes give this snake print a lovely subtle upgrade.
L’Amour des Pieds ($190)
Stark White Boots
Worried about getting them dirty too quickly? Simply wipe them down with a leather wipe after each wear and they’ll look brand-new for much longer.
Public Desire ($56)