One of the top shoe colors for spring and summer 2018 is orange, and you can find all shades of this hot color on styles ranging from classic to trendy, and in all price ranges.
For a look at some of this year’s hottest orange shoes for women, check out my top picks below.
Diane Von Furstenberg ‘Anette 70mm’ – Pretty Orange Shoes
Buying classic shoes in a trendy or vivid color is a great way to get the best of both worlds: you’ll have a pair of shoes you can wear year after year, with a variety of outfits, but they won’t be boring or run-of-the-mill. And, if you find a pair that is comfortable, and fits the bill, then they can command a higher price tag than a pair of shoes that is
Such is the case with these Diane Von Furstenberg pumps.
Featuring luxurious suede uppers in a dark peach shade, these stunning shoes have wearable 2.5-inch stacked heels, and classic pointy toes. They also come in several other fantastic colors.
DV by Dolce Vita ‘Gulliver’ – Stylish Flat Shoes in Hot Coral
You don’t have to resort to extremely high heels to have a bit of fun with brightly-colored shoes, in fact, sometimes less is more when it comes to heel heights mixed with vivid hues.
Take these chic loafers from Dolce Vita. Their hot coral suede uppers command attention, but their flat design makes them perfect for pairing with simple leggings or capri pants. And, they have the added benefit of trendy, slightly smoking-slipper styling.
Chinese Laundry ‘Lucky Charm’ – Sexy Orange Sandals
Killer heels for sure, these Chinese Laundry sandals would get attention in any color combination, but with blocks of orange, ivory, and gold they simply demand it.
Feminine, sexy, and ideal for pairing with your favorite skirts and dresses, these ankle strap sandals feature leather uppers, adjustable ankle straps, and 4″ heels. And, they’re also a bit of a bargain, at just under $70 per pair.
Jean-Michel Cazabat ‘Ella’ – Gorgeous Salmon Pumps
If it’s drop-dead gorgeous orange shoes you’re looking for then you’d be hard-pressed to find a better, or more eye-catching option, than these d’Orsay pumps from Jean-Michel Cazabat.
With pointy toes, 4.5″ heels, and suede uppers in an irresistible pinkish-orange shade of salmon/poppy/coral, these pumps are the kind of shoes that look as if they cost a lot more than they actually do. Granted, at $245, they’re not cheap anyway — but still, they would hold their own against shoes costing three times as much.
Oh, and before you give your heart over completely to this uniquely perfect color, be sure to also check out the equally dynamic aqua version of these lookers.
Vince Camuto ‘Olita 2’ – Cute Cap Toe Flats
Gold accents, cap toes, orange, suede, and cute flats are all topping the list of hot shoe trends for spring and summer 2018, so shoes like these are an easy pick if you like dressing in the latest fashions.
But, even if you’re more of a classic dresser by nature, these shoes could easily find a home in your wardrobe, because their classic ballerina styling makes them ideal for pairing with leggings, jeans, pants or capris. And, the medium orange suede uppers are perfect for adding a bit of pop to denim or neutrals.
Steven by Steve Madden ‘Ravesh’ – Orange Suede Pumps
Here’s another gorgeous orange option, this time from Steven by Steve Madden.
Sexy, glamorous and pretty all at once, these pumps feature 4″ stiletto heels, pointy toes, and fabulous vamp bows, all of which combine to make a pair of shoes that would work equally well for evening and day wear.
Also available in green or black, these pretty heels have uppers of luxurious suede and are priced at just under $150 per pair.
Keen ‘Coronado’ – Orange Sneakers for Women
Whether you live in sneakers, or just wear them on an occasional “dress down” day — or really, even if you don’t generally like sneakers at all — it would be difficult to not fall in love with these bright orange kicks from Keen.
The cute old-school styling is classic, and the other color choices are just as dynamic — but looks aren’t the only thing these shoes have going for them; they’re also incredibly popular and well-reviewed.
And if all of that weren’t enough, they’re reasonably priced at $65 per pair.