Have you been considering a trip to the shops for some new Autumn shoes? I thought I’d check out what’s new this season to save you the hassle and legwork.
Wandering down Oxford Street in London, I was on the look out for quality comfortable, beautiful shoes. Amongst the sea of blah white trainers and same old black, tan and bordo boots were some gems.
These pretty T-bars from Gucci are an ultra feminine wardrobe classic. The dusky pink leather is complemented by gold and pearl flower adornments. Worth the investment if these are just so “you”.
If you’re looking for an easy everyday shoe with a luxury look (not at Gucci prices), these leather snake effect trainers by Selected Femme will work hard for you. The off white gives a crisp look, best accompanied by jeans and a white shirt.
Have you run last year’s chelsea boots into the ground? Try this wide-fitting brogue style from Dune for an update to your plain pair. Also available in standard width.
These beautiful ballet shoes are handmade in France. An elegant partner to any evening outfit, perfect for very light wear.
Robert Clergerie have collaborated with Disney to create this intricate brogue, inspired by the playing card symbols in Alice Through the Looking Glass. Stunning.
I couldn’t resist including this Comme des Garcons style which made me laugh. Not one for those with pets!
Are you planning to wear a trouser suit this party season? These lizard-print KG tassel loafers are the perfect accessory. The 6cm heel is a reasonable height for all evening wear.
Topshop have such a good range of mid-height block heeled boots, that I had to share all three styles with you.
Slouchy calf-height boots are back, as you can see from the number of colours available in this Dune style. Great over skinny jeans, or with tights and a below the knee skirt.
A sweet printed velvet style from LK Bennett. Ankle straps suit those with longer legs and slimmer ankles best.
Office have a strong offering of wearable ankle boots. Which is your favourite? High shine chelsea, soft brown leather cuban heel, or simple silver metallic?
Innovators Vetements are known for their unusual heels. This season’s quirky offering has a reflector as a heel.
This Kurt Geiger style is perfect for those who want to be noticed. A real statement boot in metallic woven fabric.
Do you remember the Patrick Cox Wannabe loafer from the 1990s? Well it’s back. Cox has partnered with queens of comfort Geox to launch this collaborative range.
..and finally, a lustrous golden boot from Dries Van Noten which comes with its own accessory: a pearl necklace.
Let me know which styles you love (or hate), and share photos of footwear you’ve already bought this season in the comments, or on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.