When it comes to retrospective style, it seems like the '90s will never die. The era's preppy yet minimal look still has an avid following and if you consider yourself part of the "'90s baby" delegation, Prada's newest footwear offering is for you.
The Prada Monolith Loafer gives us the best of the '90s on your foot. Based on the Maison’s highly sought-after Monolith boots, the loafers feature a distinctive chunky sole unit that looks rather heavy but really is quite the opposite. By using light expanded rubber, Prada has been able to create a lugged-looking sole, complete with a 60mm heel, all while making it very light.
Prada relives its own '90s style by placing an enameled triangle logo on the vamp, as a nod to Penny loafers. The brushed leather upper also features a stitched and raised apron around the vamp. Leather insoles marked with Prada’s metallic silver moniker and more branding embossed onto the rubber heels round out the luxurious pair.
The loafer upper and Monolith sole combination evokes Cher Horowitz from Clueless vibes – in the best way. We just wanna throw on some white socks, slip in and stomp out our '90s fantasies. The only snag in the plan could be the $960 price tag that comes with the territory. If that's not an issue, congrats you've officially unlocked the final '90s baby level.
To cop these throwback, hybrid Monolith loafers head over to Prada.com.