• Kat Maconie's "dancer" embroidery gives a strong graphic look to these suede boots. The unique block heel adds angular interest.
  • The soft tropical floral print is offset by a sharp pointed toe, and edgy back zip. Paler colours avoid the drabness of dark autumnal colours. Great with grey.
  • Intricate Eastern-inspired embroidery stands out brightly against a black background. A modest 2½" heel gives lift with comfort.
  • Sequins give a 3-dimensional look to these black beauties from & Other Stories. Great with a short-trousered tuxedo for gender bending evening glam.
  • Red or Dead provide a dash of vintage with this embroidery pattern. This is contrasted by a more modern, unusually-placed asymmetric zip.
  • A beautiful fabric of blues and gold surrounds both the upper and heel of these simple ASOS ankle boots. The perfect 3"-heel for all-evening wear.
  • Ornate gold jacquard combines with an ultra feminine bow and 1960s-style square toe. These boots are lifted by an easy 2" heel.
  • Who says cherry blossom is only seen in the springtime? Sam Edelman have perked up a dark winter boot with this pink metallic embroidery.
  • A mixture of native American influences combine to create the earthy-toned embroidery on this Topshop boot. Go bohemian, or sharpen with tailoring.
  • Something about the style of embroidery and the shape of these boots reminds me of traditional Chinese lotus shoes. Don't expect toe-bending discomfort here.


Autumn weather = more substantial footwear. Your feet may feel sad at the end of summer and a little claustrophobic but it’s not all doom, gloom, and chilblains. There are some positive things about the change in season. Full coverage shoes and boots provide a larger canvas for displaying your style.

When clothing colours become more sombre, dressing from the feet up helps you to make a statement.

Brocade, jacquard, and embroidery feature on many of the new boots in the shops and online this season. Fabric boots can look rich, but remain affordable.

Click through the slide show to see my selection of the best, most wearable statement boots of the season.

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