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The musical, Golden Goose Hi Star which Fey also wrote the book for and hit Broadway in 2018, follows the same general trajectory as the film, albeit with the addition of social media to really complicate things for Cady. (It also features a great moment about mean boys, courtesy of everyone's favorite psychic Karen Smith.) Erika Henningsen portrayed the character on Broadway and will end her run on February 22, 2020.

The squared toe first made its appearance at the Spring 2018 runway ("The holy grail is Bottega Veneta," says Petersson), but the angular edge is still going strong. Shoes from the Italian brand, helmed by Daniel Lee, are still selling out everywhere, so "if you can't get your hands on them, Wandler, Reike Nen and Manu Atelier offer some amazing alternatives with equally amazing price Golden Goose Outlet tags," she suggests. You won't tire of this trend anytime soon, because brands are reworking it in to every style.

The iconic "bloody" red soles are to Christian Louboutin what the split-toe Tabi is to Maison Margiela. Who can forget the time when Stan Smiths peeked out from underneath every street style star's trousers, and you couldn't walk around New York without seeing both Golden Goose Francy tourists and city dwellers in a pair? Then, shortly after, the chunky dad sneakers had their moment, beloved by fashion girls (and guys!) from Scandi style darlings to hypebeasts.

So if you're on the hunt for your go-to spring shoe that's equal parts comfortable and polished, why not elevate your trusty flats to footwear that's basically a present for your feet? With colors like sapphire, cinnamon, and even wildcat to chose from, the Rothy's Mary Jane shoe is one that - despite its shape - definitely doesn't fall flat.

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. 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.
 
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