Cap toe shoes are so hot right now. It is my belief that they have never actually been out of style as they are a total classic; rather the design feature is just experiencing the trickle down effect as explained by Miranda Priestley monologue in regards to the color cerulean.
Earlier this summer, I went on the hunt for some cap toe heels. I scored these (worn in this post) and pinned a few other pairs as those I wanted to keep my eye on. Cap toe flats. Cap toe sling backs. Cap toe heels. Cap toe boots. Sign me up for all of them.
clockwise from top left: cutout with grosgrain cap toe // pump with patent cap toe // cutout (similar style) // slingback (also available in white / black and black / black) // pump // suede cutout (also available in gray patent / gray)
One only needs a single pair of black cap toe / neutral pink pump in the closet. Let’s not get too insane with multiple, near identical shoes, amirite? There are so any options and price points to choose from though. Full pump, slingbacks, cut outs.
clockwise from top left: black / black pumps // black quilted pumps // navy / black slingbacks // velvet slingbacks // oxblood ankle boots // ballet pink quilted pumps // gray suede slingbacks // black quilted block heel
On the other hand, I want nearly all of the above cap toe styles. My three favorites are the oxblood ankle boots, gray suede slingbacks, and calf hair / satin toe pumps.