With autumn’s arrival, Fashion Week attendees were all about boots — in New York, London, Milan and Paris. As the sartorial elite hopped between the world’s biggest fashion destinations, they opted for boots that a little extra style. Check some of those.
Simple in attitude, sure, but don’t underestimate the flat ankle boot. This fall we’re urging you to push the outfit boundaries by styling a pair with cocktail dresses or other pieces that typically call for a heel. It adds a stylish flair and displays a whole lot of personality (plus, it’s unquestionably more comfortable).
The practicality aspects you’ve always loved about the flat boot are what makes it such a nice contrast for high-octane fashion pieces too. Try it as a finishing touch with sculptural jackets or oversized shapes.
I don’t need to tell you cowboy boots are back (that’s old news now). However, you might be wondering how to wear them. Who would have thought we’d see the return of the Western silhouette? The Western silhouette is dominating this year, and you either opt for a subtle cowboy boot or go all-out Dallas. Then the animal print trend has made its way into footwear, as snakeskin boots are having a moment. Many of the styles out there have Cuban heels and square toes in black leather, which give them a modern update.
Don’t quite believe in the styling power of some good red shoes? We found all the proof you need, in case you haven’t yet been fully convinced, that red shoes take any outfit to a whole new level. They’re a street style staple, and they’re here to stay for good.
Our favorite street stylers can’t stop wearing them, and ahead, you’ll see all of the best red shoe outfits to be inspired for fall. Whether it’s red booties paired with a midi dress or with skinny jeans and trench coats, one thing’s for certain: Red shoes take a look to entirely new heights.
Comfy, edgy and trendy the Dr Marten boots are the must have at the streetwear for cold seasons. The British brand has been a fashion go-to for decades, cropping up in the wardrobes of both fashion’s elite and casual comfort-seekers around the world. Once combat boots were typically worn by young and rebellious generations. But now is easy to see a lot of stylish people and celebrities pairing them with skinny jeans or silk dress by the streets.
When off-duty, Dakota Johnson pairs the boots to a destructured men’s blazer and a check shirt, while Jessica Alba opts for a blazer and a light graphic long dress. Gigi Hadid teams her boots with a bomber and a sporty cropped top while model Behati Prinsloo wears hers with a fitted mini dress at a party or with distressed jeans.
Find out now ho to wear your Dr. Martens boots!