Step Into Fall
Stylish Shoe Fashions for Autumn
Fall is less than a month away. It’s time to consider your autumn foot fashion. With the average American man owning a dozen pairs of shoes, and the average American woman owning 27 pairs, it’s important to find foot essentials for the cooler season, but don't skimp on style.
Dressing Up – When your day calls for smart attire, dress your feet up! Whether it’s a presentation at work, an after-work party or black-tie affair, nothing is as essential as the polished-leather cap-toe oxford. The basic black Italian leather should be in every man’s closet, but if you want to step it up for fall, go ahead and get the suede version and try other colors.
The Chelsea Boot – Thanks to the versatility of the close-fitting, ankle high boot which has been in style over the past few years, this British take on rock and roll footwear has become the boot to own. The sand-colored suede is now a classic, but you may want to consider the suede in black and the full-grain leathers in black, brown, and burgundy. The Chelsea Boot will set you back between $100-$1000, depending on the chosen brand. Top brands include Prada, Timberland, and Ted Baker London.
The Weekender – Men who want to chill on the weekend should consider the suede loafer – it’s a take-off of the relaxed penny loafer, only updated. We suggest the Idris suede loafer in cobalt.
The Slouch Boot – The phrase "everything that's old is new again” holds true for this ‘70’s style boot that goes well with jeans and dresses. Ever trendy, get this boot in different colors and different textures for fall 2018, and don’t shy away from the heels. We encourage it!
The Party Shoe – To make a grand entrance at any party, you’ll want a fun shoe that either: ties up; has shine, glitter, jewels or rhinestones; or has a bold hue. Reds and pinks figured prominently on several runways as the go-to colors for fall 2018 shoes. Add a stiletto heel for sex appeal.
The Working Girl - Just because you’re working the office doesn’t mean you can’t work the shoes. Stylish pumps for the office can be block heeled, kitten heeled, rounded toed, just about anything goes – as long as they’re never over three inches high.