Can you feel that? 

As the temperature begins to drop, the fresh fall air is urging you to transition your wardrobe and freshen up your footwear picks. Unsure where to begin? We’ve rounded up the runway-inspired trends that are starting to fill our shelves and the streets. From delicate chain accents to chunky lug-soles this fall season has something to satisfy every sartorialist’s style. 

 

Take a peek and make note of the trends you love this season, as we have new styles arriving weekly. But be warned- you will want to see them all in your closet!

Slingback Footwear Trend

This ultra-sleek and flattering ‘80s trend has made a comeback,  already receiving a warm welcome back from designers like Prada and Louis Vuitton.

From stiletto silhouettes to minimal block heels, you will see the slingback trend being adopted by most heel heights. 

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Chain Trend Footwear

Dainty to chunky, chain accents were seen all over the 2020 runways, from designers like Oscar de la Renta and Off-White.

You can now link-up with this trend as it is being featured on everything from classic loafers to Chelsea boots. 

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Over The Knee Boot Trend

Over the knee (OTK) boots were strutting down the 2020 catwalks and have been named the “it boot” of the season by most. From Saint Laurent’s sultry latex thigh-high boots to chunky soled pairs from Ganni the versatility of the OTK boot is unmatched. Plus you can pair them with your favourite skirts or trousers to keep warm all winter!

 

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Bow Footwear Trend

One of the most playful trends of fall 2020 is the bow which embellished the footwear on the catwalks of designers such as Chiara Boni and Miu Miu.

From exaggerated big bows to barely-there accents, the youthful accessory has been given a modern twist and will be seen on footwear from flats to heels. 

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Lug Sole Footwear Trend

The distinct look of lug soles were seen stomping down the 2020 runways of designers like Stella McCartney and Alexander McQueen who played up the chunky '90s-esque style by pairing them with softer feminine pieces. 

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