Autumn is fast approaching, and with it comes a whole host of new shoe trends. The weather will be colder and wetter, so we can expect to see the standard ankle boots and on-trend trainers – but what about the truly trendy styles?
Here are four interesting shoe trends you will definitely see this autumn.
Heels with an ankle wrap
Many styles of heels will be adorned with a feminine ankle wrap this autumn after ankle wrap heels were seen on the Jason Wu catwalk and the Monse catwalk at New York Fashion Week. The style is sophisticated and elegant, and they are fairly detailed, so they work best with an understated outfit.
Over the knee lace-up boots
Over the knee boots were very popular last season, and this year they are back – but with a difference. The new style sees a show-stopping lace-up design that goes over the knees, and the look is definitely very extravagant! If you want to try this look, you can team your boots with an oversized jumper for a daytime look.
When most people think of jacquard, they think of jackets and dresses, but this autumn you will be seeing a lot of jacquard patterned shoes. The designs will also feature a floral pattern, which may not seem too new – after all, according to Vogue, the spring/summer catwalks were filled with floral patterns that ended up taking over the high street, and apparently fashion designers are still loving floral.
The autumn look tones down the floral design with a jacquard pattern that makes the look more subdued and mature. This breathtaking style is definitely fairly original, and it will look great on ankle boots and high heels.
Ultra high platform shoes
Platform shoes tend to draw a strong opinion – you either love them or hate them. This autumn will see the return of the platform shoe, but this time, the shoes will be ultra-high, and they will be ideal for clubbing or a bar. This shoe trend isn’t as wearable as the other trends on the list, but it is definitely very eye-catching, so you can expect your most fashion-forward friends to be rocking the look!
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