Seven Shoe Trends For Fall You Need To Invest In STAT

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It's officially that time of year to put your best (looking) foot forward!

Just admit it. You have a little substance abuse problem: getting high . . . heels! Need to take the edge off? We've got your guide to the seven shoe trends for autumn that you need to shop for before they're so last season.

If your inner Carrie Bradshaw is starting to crave new footwear for fall, keep reading!

1. Bright Suede

Make sure your feet stand out in a sea of black and grey shoes with some bold suede pumps! Choose a bright color like yellow or blue, and try to stick to solids so your shoes don't overwhelm the rest of your outfit. We guarantee you'll turn some heads with such a fun pop of color.

2. Open Toe Boots

For a fun twist on fall boots, try wearing a pair that has peep toes. The unexpected open toe design will instantly perk up your feet and put some pep in your step!

3. Mixed Prints & Fabrics

Many autumn shoes come in all-leather looks, which admittedly can be a bit overdone. Add some interest to your feet by wearing footwear that features mixed fabrics. The contrasting textures, colors, and patterns will add effortless interest to your outfit.

4. Blush Tones

Soften up a monotone black and grey fall outfit with a pop of pastel pink. Blush is a safe way to play with color in your fall wardrobe so you won't end up looking seasonally inappropriate.

5. Kiltie Details

Kiltie is always in style for fall when it comes to masculine-looking moccasins. While the tasseled trend is a classic men's look, we love putting a feminine spin on the fringe by adding it to flirty high heels.

6. Color Blocking

Color blocking is a great way to tie in the primary or secondary color of your outfit with your shoes. It's also a great way to add subtle pops of color to a monochrome outfit without clashing or looking out of place.

7. Over the Knee Boots

When it comes to fall boots, the bigger the better! Over the knee styles are both functional and fashionable — they keep your legs feeling warm and looking fabulous.


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