It’s exciting times in shoe fashion. There are more choices in shoe styles than ever before this autumn, and whether you are looking to buy boots for casual wear or party pumps, there’s a feast of colours and designs to choose from. The internet makes shopping at some of the best known names on the high street like New Look for shoes online as easy as sitting at your PC and letting your fingers do the work. Here are some of our top fashion picks for autumn and winter wear:
- Brogues are all the rage again this season; lace-ups and punch-patterned, straight out of a 1930s Chicago gangster movie. Wear them with straight cut tweed trousers or jeans. And there’s even a take on the classic brogue for party-time, sparkling with sequins, the coolest colour being deepest darkest black.
- Team wedges with knee boots and you have the stylish Moda in Pelle layered wedge heel boot (pictured) with black leather uppers and a curved front - fashionable, feminine, and ultra glamorous. There are long boots for every occasion, with the country casuals look – chunky heel, buffed tobacco brown leather, with cross straps and buckles. They look great with this season’s shooting jackets and sweeping ponchos. For the ultra in sophistication, black suede knee boots with stiletto heels will be a perfect fit for the more formal occasion.
- If you want to get away from the more sober blacks and browns of autumn fashion, and love the idea of colourful feet, you’re not alone. Many designers have gone overboard on leopard skin prints this season, in natural colours or neon reds and pinks, and indulged flights of fancy with ankle wedges in brilliantly contrasting colours for uppers and heels.
- Fun and frivolous is the look for parties and going-out. Ruby Shoo offers some delicious peep toe stilettos, with a speckled print of grey, pink and blue printed on the heels and platform sole, and pink flowers scattered on the toe. Or how about Pink Londons outrageously high peep toe wedges in gold glitter, created to make any woman feel like a million dollars?