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It may go unnoticed to the untrained eye, but celebrity couples have been matching their footwear a lot lately. Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have done his-and-hers Timberland boots; Bella Hadid and The Weeknd have done chunky kicks. Rhinestone and crystals give a nice nod to the festive season, without crossing the line into tacky. My thought process when I notice it looks rainy outside and I have a run scheduled typically looks something like this: Yuck.

Maison Margiela's Converse collaboration from 2013 featured sneakers covered in white paint that would flake off over time to reveal colored canvas. Still, Glover's cult-like following and millions of fans are sure to make these sneakers a hit. Or, nostalgic paparazzi shots of the pair adorned in Von Dutch trucker hats, Juicy Couture track suits, and, our favorite, those ubiquitous UGG boots. Now, Rothschild is singing a more refined tune, and has her own line of Alexander McQueen Shoes timeless ballet flats, smoking slippers, and kitten heels to boot.

As designers, we pretty much Alexander McQueen Sale exclusively wear secondhand clothes or our own [designs]. Surprised that the Teva is more covetable than a bodysuit worn by Beyonce or Gigi Hadid's favorite tee? It's remarkable that without much fanfare, advertising, or influencer marketing, Tevas have risen to become the shoes of the summer, but if we learned anything from summer 2018's omnipresent flip-flop or summer 2017's love affair with the Birkenstock, no-nonsense shoes make a big impact.

On Jan. 18, Rothy's launched its Mary Jane, a design that builds on the classic style and a burgeoning footwear trend among celebs. Known for how it pushes against fashion's strict conventions, Eckhaus Latta teamed up with luxury resale site The RealReal to use other designer's old shoes to complete their own looks. They were a little Woodstock, a little prairie girl, and got a lot of women (this one included) wanting a Coach dress for the first time.