When you jump into a new season, your whole shoe closet needs a flip. Beach sandals just won't cut it anymore and soon you'll be pulling out full blown Winter boots. But, before we get to snow, there's still a whole season of casual boots and loafers left. The question is, what kind? Let's see what trendy styles you should keep an eye out for.
Fall is a great time to bring out your inner edgy side and this combat boot trend will be a great addition to that. Along with a bunch of actually combat, we can see a bunch of comabt boot inspired styles including chelsea boots rocking the large, defined round toe and chunky rubber base. These guys are known known for being ultra comfortable so we'd definitely recommend pick-up up a pair!
If you've every wanted a pair of cowboy boots, now a great time to pick-up a much more versatile version of the country classic. You'll be seeing a lot of western elements on boots this year from the shape of the boot itself down to the stitching. These boots can be incorporated into your day to day wardrobe as a great casual piece.
Are you looking for a little extra height with out the taller heel? You'll be happy to know platforms will be making their way around all kinds of styles. It's the perfect shot go for those 3"-4" heels cause in reality, the platform will take off an inch or 2. Even better, they're rolling over from the summer on some of your favourite sneakers. It's such an simple touch that makes your typically sneaker just that much dressier.
The stilettos have been around for a hot minute but those craving comfort while be over joyed to know the chunky heel is back. Great for stability and longetivity on your feet, the thicker heels have your back. You'll be seeing them on pumps, giving loafers a little lift and of course all kinds of boots.
Knee High boots
After a long ride, the days of the thigh boots have been have come to end. While we still support the thigh highs, if you're looking for a new pair of boots this season you will be seeing nothing but knee highs. Their a classic style that's been waiting for a resurgence. Flattering for all heights, the stop at the knee adds visual length the the thigh area making the illusion of a longer leg. I mean, who doesn't want that?!