Stop any fashion girl on the street and ask her about the shoes she's obsessing over right now, and I'd bet money she'll name a pair from By Far. The accessory brand out of Bulgaria has found that sweet spot with its shoe and bag offerings that have made each new drop basically go viral. Between the barely there sandals, square-toed ankle boots, and teeny baguette bags, the brand is totally to blame for the current '90s revival.
Since nearly everything it creates goes on to become a thing of cult fandom, we're here to announce that the next two styles of By Far shoes have arrived, and they're equally, if not more, lust-worthy than the brand's other shoes. Meet the Libra and Virgo mules, two similar pairs of sandals that hit the nail on the head when it comes to the top shoe trends of spring 2019. Like most of the other shoes on offer from the brand, both of these mules feel just as relevant for the '90s as they do for right now. They're certainly something that Jennifer Aniston or Kate Moss would have been all over. In fact, here's proof of Moss wearing sandals eerily similar in style to By Far's new Libra mules.
Keep reading to see both of By Far's newest shoe styles for yourself and just why we're swooning over each.
The Libra mules have a similar kitten-heel, square-toe construction as the Virgo but with a much strappier design. Team Who What Wear can't stop buzzing about the "floss" heel trend (aka barely there strappy sandals), so I'd venture to guess that these particular strappy sandals will make their way into more than one of our editors' closets. In an array of leather and suede (and one glitter!) options, there's really a Libra mule for everyone.
Virgo Cutout Mules
The Virgo heels are a '90s-style kitten-heel mule that features a graphic cutout design along the strap. Square-toe shoes will continue to dominate, and we can only imagine that these will become a fashion-girl staple come summer.
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