Fall Footwear Trends

Everyone knows that shoes are such an important part of completing every outfit, so when going back-to-school shopping be sure to keep these new trends in mind. Although the functionality of a classic boot or sneaker remains constant, styles evolve each season. Here at VALLEY, we are very excited about the fresh concepts hitting footwear this fall.

Slouch Boots

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Slouch boots are back and giving extra texture and depth to your outfit. Try slouched ankle boots for class, knee boots for lunch date, or thigh high boots for a night out!

Oversized Sneakers

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These quirky oversized shoes are perfect for adding a little personality to your look. Before you drop the money on these shoes be sure to go to a thrift shop or check out your grandma’s attic, you might be able to give an old shoe a new life.

Kitten Heel

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Classy, sophisticated and elegant, a little kitten heels this fall will give your outfit a splash of femininity. A rounded toe is a must this season and a strap around the ankle can be a sexy touch.

Patterned Boots

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This boot is a staple in any wardrobe. Daytime with jeans and night time with a mini skirt and tights these boots can do it all. This season, look out for the fresh patterns on these shoes, especially animal print or plaid.

Brogue Boot

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This boot is traditional style aligned with comfort and functionality. A brown or black pair of these shoes will upgrade any outfit.

Slip-on Sneaker

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These are the perfect, easy shoes to throw on in a rush while still looking fashion forward. This kind of sneaker can take you from class to lunch to the gym with no hassle.

Desert Boot

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A pair of these suede boots transforms casual jeans and flannel combo into a put together outfit. Try these shoes in tan, brown, dark green or maroon this fall.

Luxury Sneaker

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2018 is all about branding and opulence. Be warned these shoes can get expensive so don’t start shopping unless you are ready to drop some cash.

What’s your favorite fall shoe? Tweet us @VALLEYmag.


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