As the leaves start to change and the air becomes crisper, we’re ditching the flipflops and looking at ways we can update our shoe game for 2023. Whether you’re a sneakerhead (me), a fan of timeless classics(also me), or looking to experiment with avant-garde designs (hmmm yup, dat me), there’s a shoe trend for everyone this fall.
Today, let’s talk actual doable shoe trends that you can easily merge into your everyday wardrobe.
First up, THE CLOG.
Are crocs a cloc? Sure why not.
But if we were picking any clog-type shoe to add to your rotation, I’d be adding the Boston Birks. They are comfy, on trend and they provide great arch support. Price point on these are steep, especially if you don’t think you are 100% on board with this trend. These are my go-to fall shoe and therefore my top pick and it’s not only because of the support I need because of arches.
There are many dupes out there so pick a pair at a lower price point if you want to give this trend a try & are not wanting to invest in Birks.
Next up is A POINTED TOE SHOE. Nothing specific here, just that’s the shape that we’re aiming for if you’re looking to elevate your look and elongate your legs.
A pointed toe heel is a quick way to also add a pop of colour, especially if you’re aiming for the season’s colour: red.
If I was looking for something pointed toe, I’d be looking for it in either the form of a ballet flat, a kitten heel or a taller ankle boot.
Last trend that I’d be picking up is A BALLET FLAT OR MARY JANE CHUNK HEEL. Luckily, if you’re like me and held on to all your old ballet flats, then you’re ahead of the game. My Poppy Barley ballet flat/Mary Janes are my all time favourite shoe…and I see they have them in more of a pointed toe now…..hmmmmmmmmmmmm BRB……
Yup, I have now been distracted by more shoes.
A few other easy trends to note that are still hanging around the loafer and the simple/sleek soccer shoe.
So, I want to know…what are you looking for this fall to up your shoe game?