The Sophia Webster spring/summer 2014 shoe collection is filled with feminine styles with a whimsical twist. While many designers choose obscure abstract sources of inspiration for their lines, the designer left little doubts as to the motifs that inspired her attention grabbing new creations. Fashionistas who love ultra feminine designs will undoubtedly be fascinated by the elegance and playful touch of the new shoes.

Inspiration from nature and the work of Japanese photographer Mika Ninagawa were the things that helped the designer bring an eclectic set of options which are perfect for making a statement every single time. Butterflies are the leitmotif of the new line, being the element that underlines the most interesting designs from the collection. 

The wings of a butterfly were beautifully and intricately reflected in both stunning high heel shoes and gorgeous patent leather flat sandals. The designer opted for a varied color palette featuring delicate pastels, vibrant hues and even metallic accents, so chances are finding an interesting option will prove quite easy.


Pop art motifs seem to be another interesting part of the new Sophia Webster spring/summer 2014 shoe line. From shoes that make a literal statement – Sweet Talk & Killer being the best examples – to whimsical clear, chunky heart shaped heels and beaded sandals, to fab espadrille wedges, the new line brings a cool mix of elements that never fail to impress.


Given the multitude of eclectic vibes the majority of the Sophia Webster spring/summer 2014 shoes are defined by, it’s definitely interesting to see how less embellished pieces such as the Brandy and Monica cage sandals or the featuring gold studs, become almost subdued by comparison, however, it’s surely refreshing to know that even those who aren’t necessarily looking for whimsical accents can find gorgeous styles worth indulging in.

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