We are two days away from September, stylish ladies. This means that summer is almost over and as the temperature gradually falls, autumn is getting closer and closer. And when it comes to shoes, this also means that the sandal season is over and it’s time to fill your wardrobe with seasonal shoes. And by seasonal, we don’t just mean shoes that will keep you cozied up during the cold seasons but also something trendy for this fall.
We’ve got a wonderful array of shoe trends for this year’s fall and we are so excited to share them to you. Below are the top 6 shoe trends that you can wear this fall.
With the surge of seventies and eighties inspired trends recently, velvet has become one of the trending fabrics since last year. And while it got incorporated well in 2016 spring and summer seasons, its “home turf” is during the colder seasons of fall and winter. And you’ll be sure to find a lot of velvet boots-clad women in the streets when fall starts.
Pointed pumps have been slowly climbing up the shoe trend ladder these past couple of years. If you need to add something sharp or edgy in your outfit, pointy pumps is your easy answer. But you don’t want to underestimate this spiked shoe. Rather, you want to invest to at least one pair in a neutrally dark color. Pointy pumps have proven itself a versatile pair of shoes.
This shoe is one of the best example of a men’s fashion inspired item. We literally took loafers from the boys and owned it as ours the same way we did for boyfriend jeans. But there is no question to this, loafers naturally have a gender-neutral design which makes it so good to wear for any outfit. I highly recommend using brown loafers for a more carefree and casual look while the black is great for an androgynous or monochromatic look.
I have a love for platforms. Not only do they give you a little boost for your height but they don’t make you worry of the possibility of twisting your ankle in public the way heels always love to do to me. Other than that, platforms also makes a quick fix of making your legs look longer, especially when worn with a skinny or straight-cut jeans or bare-legged.
There is something amazing with this kind of boots. It’s longer than ankle booties but also shorter than knee high boots. I think it’s the perfect length for fall when it is cold enough to fully cover your feet but also not as cold as when it is winter. Mid-calf boots is also a great shoe to wear underneath a maxi dress or skirt or over a pair of cropped straight-cut jeans.
We know that ballet inspired looks will definitely surge up this season as we see lots of designers integrating feminine pieces for their fall collection and ballet-inspired fashion is one of them. An easy way to add ballet-inspired style into your wardrobe is through these ankle-tied shoes.