Fall is the ultimate season for fabulous fashion. Now that it’s finally sweater weather, we can retire our strappy summer sandals and make room for fall’s hottest trends in footwear. Check out the 10 shoes you need to make this fall your most stylish season yet!
1. Statement Oxfords:
The classic oxford is getting an upgrade for fall. From blazers to button-downs, menswear always seems to look chicer on a woman… sorry, boys! Chunky heels, funky colors, and tons of sparkle transform this classic men’s staple into your new favorite statement shoe. Plus, you can dress them up for work with tights and a skirt, or keep it casual with a great pair of skinny jeans like featured blogger Willa’s Cherry Bomb.
2. Penny Loafers:
Is there any shoe more perfect than a penny loafer?! This versatile style can be worn almost anytime and anywhere. So if you don’t already own a pair, you should definitely consider trying the trend this season. Penny loafers come in a wide range of styles, from the original brown leather to modern metallics and crazy color combinations. Featured blogger Seersucker and Saddles looks classy and cute in her tweed blazer, boyfriend jeans, and silver penny loafers.
3. Thigh-High Boots:
You’ll look hot and keep your legs protected from the colder weather with a pair of thigh-high boots. Shoes this sexy will never go out of style, so treat yourself to some sultry thigh-highs and get ready to turn some heads this season! Featured blogger Mirror Me looks fabulous in a simple black turtleneck, camel colored skirt, and gorgeous black, thigh-high boots.
4. Buckled Ankle Boots:
It’s all about the hardware here! A big buckle doesn’t only belong around your waist. Buckled ankle boots have a vintage, hipster feel. We love how featured blogger Le Happy wears her pair with ripped skinny jeans, a classic white button-down blouse, and a shrunken boyfriend blazer. The buckled booties complete her school-boy chic ensemble!
5. Lace Up Flats:
Proof that flats can be just as sultry as your tallest stilettos! The lattice look adds just the right amount of sex appeal to a plain pair of flats. Featured blogger Lady Addict looks ready to take on the day (or night!) in high-waisted skinny jeans, a crop top, and lace-up, black studded flats. Who knew you could look this hot in a pair of flats? Goodbye blisters!
6. Lace Up Booties:
We’ve seen lace-up detailing everywhere this season, with dresses, blouses, and body suits. This trend is another 70′s staple, and since this season is about all things boho, lace-up booties are a subtle way to try this sexy style. Featured blogger Margo & Me looks beautiful in a billowy blush tone shirtdress, adding just the right amount of edge with a pair of black, lace-up booties.
7. A Touch of Fringe:
Your everyday fall booties are getting a hippie-inspired makeover this season. So make each step you take feel like a party! All it takes is a touch of fringe. We love how featured blogger Seersucker and Saddles rocks her fringe booties with other 70′s-inspired styles like tie-dye and denim.
8. Chunky Heeled Booties:
We found the ultimate day-to-night shoe for fall. Booties are a fan favorite for cooler weather because they’re comfortable, cool, and they’ll keep your toes warm! The chunkier heel makes any outfit a little retro. We love how featured blogger Dear Serendipity wears the booties with a 70′s inspired suede mini skirt.
9. Cool Kicks:
Great news: you don’t have to suffer for fashion this fall. Believe it or not, your comfiest sneakers are now considered chic. The athleisure trend is here to stay, and if dressing for the gym all day isn’t for you, try rocking a pair of sneaks with your work wear. Featured blogger The Fashioneaters looks polished yet cool in dress pants, a floral blouse, and Nike sneakers. Anything is possible in your favorite kicks!
10. Modern Mary Janes:
Every girl has owned a pair of Mary Jane’s at some point in her life. This season, the cute and classic shoe is making a comeback with higher heels, heavier hardware, and straps on straps. Featured blogger Keiko Lynn masters the mod look with a denim skirt, round sunglasses, and black, strappy Mary Janes.