They say your choice of shoes can reveal a lot about your personality. I don’t know about you, but I put together my outfits from the bottom up. What better way to build an outfit than start with the shoes? These fall shoe trends will ensure you make a lasting impression with your shoes as well.
Thigh-high boots: A classic (faux) leather boots are a must-have for any woman who likes to leave an impression. Highly fashionable and equally comfortable. Thigh-high boots are not just for fashionistas, but they’re pretty functional as well. They do great in harsh winter winds, protecting your legs and providing extra warmth.
Platforms: Platforms are all about creating the illusion of height. If you want to make your legs look extra long, then platforms should be your go-to shoes. The higher, the better. They add a personal touch of style to your overall look.
Mary Janes: The ultimate girl-ish look starter pack always comes with a pair of pastel Mary Janes. Get a bit of a grown-up angle by choosing pointy-toed strappy sandals. With a varying size of heels, Mary Janes look adorable when they are paired with tulle dresses or full-length dresses.
Victorian Lace-Ups: Lace-up shoes are back in fashion and for all the right reasons. Victorian style laces up shoes are an effortless pair of footwear that you can pair with your long dusters and trench coats to create an editorial look.
T-strap Heels: The studded and riveted T strap heels are the most versatile piece of footwear one can own. They go well with jeans, tapered pants, and slinky body con dresses.
Slingback Ballet Flats: Cute and practical! Ballet flats are comfortable, look super cute, and can be worn throughout the year. Available in different designs they are an excellent replacement for plain flats that most of us wear.
Use this list as you revamp your footwear collection, and don’t forget to keep things comfortable first and foremost! It’s not fashionable if it hurts.