We can’t resist a chic pair of shoes — and the change of seasons provides the perfect excuse to invest in a few new styles. So, of course, we scoured the interwebs for trending fall shoes that we can work right in to the daily rotation.
What’s on our shoe radar for the season? Six wearable, accessible styles that’ll add loads of versatility to your fall wardrobe.
6 Trending Fall Shoes We Love
The bright floral print is usually a spring and summer mainstay. But the darker floral print? It’s been a fall newcomer over the last few years, mostly seen on dresses and tops. This year, look for floral’s darker, dramatic side on elegant footwear.
These Ted Baker London Izibelp Pumps are perfect for work or play. Whether with a pantsuit or a sleek pencil skirt, they’re a striking addition to your cold-weather wardrobe.
Chic, understated and sophisticated all at once, the ankle-strap shoe is among the season’s most wearable options. It’s incredibly versatile, and exudes a certain sophistication that feels distinctly Euro-chic.
In black and grey, these LOFT Ankle Strap Flats will team sweetly with anything from black sheath dresses to denim skirts.
Just slide and go? Sign us up! There’s no better shoe to make hectic mornings easier to manage. A pair of mules simplifies the chaotic getting-ready routine every day, and adds a pop of unexpected style to casual and dressy ensembles.
The lace-up boot was spotted all over the catwalks, and it’s another of those especially wearable choices that makes a smooth transition from the runway to the real world.
This pair of Kelly & Katie Jannicke Boots has an old-world appeal, thanks to the rich cognac color. Try it with leggings, jeans or even your favorite floaty dress.
Now that the penny loafer has shed its school-girl image, we love seeing the new lines, patterns and colors applied to this ultra-classic style.
Try these Franco Sarto Pointy Toe Tassel Loafers for shoes that’ll stand on their own all season long. Wear them with trousers, tidy jeans and sleek skirts — and add tights if it’s cold!