Autumn has arrived and while I’m not quite ready to reach for my wool jackets, I am ready to make room in my closet for some new fall shoes. A classic pair of boots, loafers, or mules is an easy way to pull together a look. Below you’ll find a sneak peek of shoe styles I’m seeking to invest in this season as well as shoes I own and love.
Worth The Investment:
- Stuart Weitzman | Over-The-Knee Boot – While I usually gravitate towards a more traditional riding boot, this year I decided to splurge on my first pair of Stuart Weitzman boots! I can’t justify spending close to $1000 on any pair of shoes, but I didn’t feel bad about this splurge because I purchased this pair at Nordstrom Rack at almost half off! If you have the budget to spend a tad more the Rack also had the classic Stuart Weitzman thigh-high style, Grab yours soon because these shoes will go quickly!
- The Suede Flats – Brown suede flats never go out of style! Plus, they’re a closet staple for any New Englander. Whether you’re pairing suede flats with a dress or blue jeans, investing in a comfortable pair is key. I purchased this exact pair years ago. But, I’m excited to add the latte suede shade to my closet soon. While these flats are an investment – trust me when I say, you pay for what you get!
- The Rain Boot – New England weather is unpredictable this time of year. So, I always keep my favorite pair of rain boots within reach. I’ve had this pair for several years and highly recommend them. Style these shoes over skinny jeans or with knee-high socks and a corduroy skirt.
- The Tassel Mules – I received these shoes in the mail about a week ago from one of my favorite brands – Red Fleece. I just know they’ll be my most worn shoe this season! They are an ideal fall transitional shoe and I can’t wait to showcase them in a few fall-themed posts on the blog next week!
- The Bucked Loafers – I’ve swapped my obsession with booties for a good bucked loafer. I wore these shoes every day on my recent trip to Palm Beach. They were so comfortable, I was inspired to purchase this pair of heeled buckled loafers for upcoming work events.
- The Pointed Toed Bootie – These are the quintessential New England fall shoe. I purchased my first tall heeled bootie with a pointed toe last holiday season as seen here. I received so many compliments that I added this well-priced camel pair to my collection.
- The Bean Boot – These boots are New England’s perfect transitional piece as we head into the cooler temperatures of fall and eventually winter. Style these boots with blue jeans and campfire socks to pull together your look.
- Triumph Knee High Boot: – This is a big trend this year! While I love a good riding boot – the pair I wear most can be found here, I am anticipating the new textures and fits this season. The trend is showcased in high-fashion brands, like this pair from Loeffler Randall. I’m trying out this trend at a more friendly price point thanks to Steve Madden!
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