Shoes You’ll Want For Fall

One of the best things about the change of seasons is that you can change up your shoe game. In particular, fall tends to have a good number of great shoes that you can wear. You don’t have to worry as much about showing off your toes or getting a pedicure. Instead, you can just worry about the lines of your outfit.


One style that is coming back is the slingback. While these have never really gone out of style, they haven’t been as popular lately. Now, they are. Slingbacks are wearable and comfortable for people who want to wear heels, but tend to get rubbed raw on the back of the ankles.

Even better, slingbacks are coming out with different styles and patterns. Look for a snake pattern to add some spice to your wardrobe, for example, or a basic black pair to go with anything.


Another trend that always seems to be in style is the mule. These shoes are super easy to wear and come in many different shapes. You can get them with a pointier toe, which will help to elongate the leg. You can also get them with a relaxed toe, which is a more wearable style.

Even better, you can get them in different styles and colors for a relatively cheap price – load up.

Chelsea Boots

One of the best trends for everyone is the Chelsea boot. These boots are extremely easy to walk in, go with almost everything, and will keep you in style. They can be made out of many different materials, come in different patterns, and even have different heel heights.

However, the classic will always be the basic black leather Chelsea boots.


Another great trend that will continue into the fall is sneakers. This is one of the most comfortable trends that has come along, and it is probably why the trend continues. You want to get sneakers that you wear just to work or just when you want to dress up – these aren’t the shoes that you wear when you want to go for a run.

There are so many great options, including some fantastic collaborations.

Which shoes do you absolutely have to add to your wardrobe?

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