Shoe Styles I'm Loving This Fall

Melissa Radford
by Melissa Radford

There are a few shoes styles that have caught my eye this fall. Some are favourites from past years that are standing the test of time, while others are newcomers to my favourites list. Here are my favourites that hopefully will inspire you to add them to your wardrobe!

This season I am loving heeled boots that hit just below the knee. Paired with tights or worn alone, this style will make any outfit look good. I especially love wearing them with skirts because they keep the lower half of my legs warm. They're perfect for layering socks underneath too, and overall are at the top of my fall favourites list. This specific pair here is from Newbella Shoes. If you want to grab anything from this site, feel free to use code 9FZP7RHZ6EU3 to save!

These loafers have been the best pair of shoes that I've purchased in the last few years. I get so much wear out of them and they compliment every outfit perfectly. In this example I paired them with a fun pair of patterned socks and a leather skirt. The gold detail on the top of the loafers adds an extra element of style and I keep coming back to this pair every season. You need to add loafers into your shoe rotation if you haven't yet!

Last, but certainly not least, these New Balance sneakers have been my other favourite. In this look I paired them with this matching purple workout set. They are comfy and casual, but also have a light pastel blue detailing throughout which adds a touch of colour for fun. These are the perfect everyday shoe and match so well with anything pastel, but also are toned down enough to wear with truly any colour. I recommend these if you are on the hunt for comfortable shoes.

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