You can never go wrong with neutral-colored and sleek-silhouette shoes. They manage to pull every look together effortlessly, and they're 100% guaranteed to go with everything you have in your closet. However, minimalist shoes aren't for everyone, and there's a whole other shoe category that makes heads turn and conversations start instantly. Think bold prints, bright colors, all the embellishments, and more.
We're referring to maximalist shoes. Sure, they can be a handful for some people, but you shouldn't discard them right off the bat. The 25 pairs we've rounded up ahead can easily go with and add a pop to your all-neutrals outfits, and they can also take your out-of-the-box ensembles to a whole other level.
Two plaid prints are better than one.
Faux-fur mules are a thing, and we're here for it.
We call these the Clueless stilettos.
Ease your way into all things maximalist by opting for a classic strappy heel with a geometric and bold heel.
Channel Britney Spears circa 2001 denim dress with these knee-high denim boots.
Jump on the neon-green bandwagon with these fluorescent kicks.
Level up any outfit with these glitter pumps.
If you're going to try out cowboy boots this season, make them pink ones.
A minimalist silhouette sandal with a maximalist pop of color.
The perfect maximalist shoe, just in time for fall.
Not your typical black pair of boots.
You can never go wrong with some bedazzled mules.
See what we mean?
Minimal in the front, maximalist in the back.
Pom-poms are our second favorite thing, right after bedazzled accessories.
Chartreuse should become a new neutral.
White kicks look best with neon-orange detailing.
Try leopard print this season with a red twist.
Instead of opting for the classic black Vans, try this chic collab out.
Black and white done the maximalist way.
Polka dots and bows are a great combo for heeled sandals.
When you can't decide on one color, choose two.
Athleisure, but extra.
The more straps, the better.
If you need to stock up on black boots, make sure they have jewel details.
It's decided: There isn't a print or neon color we don't love.
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