Prada revived lug-sole shoes last year with their Monolith Boots and the trend hasn’t slowed down in popularity yet. I came across this pointed lace-up creeper style on Pinterest and immediately added them to my Fall wishlist. Read on for my review of the Prada Monolith shoes, as well as a few affordable dupes.
Prada Monolith Review
I love elevated basics that can be worn over and over, so I decided to invest in these because I knew I would get a lot of wear out of them.
This style looks great with or without socks and is so lightweight even with the chunky soles. I also love how minimal they are with subtle branding on the backs of the heels and top of the tongue.
I’ve worn them with faux leather pants and ankle-length jeans and I loved how they looked with both looks. I feel like a need a puffer jacket to dress them down and give them a more streetwear look when I want to be casual.
Since they’re tapered at the toe, I would recommend going half to whole size up from your normal size.
They also give you a little bit of height, so if you’re not used to wearing flatforms, it could take some getting used to the first few times you wear them. I almost tripped when I wore them for the first time but quickly got used to it.
I would highly recommend these but if you’re looking for a more affordable version, there are so many good dupes of the Prada Monolith shoes, which I’ve rounded up below.
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I also filmed an unboxing video where I share the packaging and how they look on. If you want to see more detailed shots, watch my unboxing and try-on video below.