• The colour of the sky just before the rain pours down. These pointed loafers have a smart look with their sharp point, without the discomfort of heels.
  • This slipper-comfortable trainer style is understandably a best-seller for Jigsaw. This season's crackle finish leather modernises the look.
  • Probably the sleekest women's loafer you'll find these season. The dark red brown "morello cherry" colour perfectly complements a charcoal suit.
  • Business at the front, party at the back. No this isn't the mullet (famous 80s hairstyle) but a chic 7cm block heeled boot in smooth and hair on leather.
  • Not a style for wet weather, but perfect for crisp Autumn days. This opened up shoe is a fresh modern take on a traditional brogue style.
  • In soft, wine-coloured suede, these 4cm block heeled court shoes are a modern classic that won't date. The high front ensures a secure, comfortable fit.
  • Everyone needs an easy loafer like this soft suede slip on. The fold down back converts this shoe to a mule. Light blue lifts the mood on dull days.
  • A great pair of biker boots is a wardrobe essential for colder weather. Invest now, and you'll wear them for years to come. Soft black leather with a sturdy sole.
  • After a long day on your feet, get cosy in these warm but glam pom pom slippers.


If you want beautifully made footwear in easy to wear neutrals this season, Jigsaw is definitely worth a look. Many of the styles are made in Italy or Portugal, and leather linings are used on most options.

From sharply pointed flats to kick ass biker boots, your smart and laid back needs are pandered to. As I reveal in my ebook The Shoe Shopping Kit, you don’t need to pay designer prices to get great quality shoes.

Click through the slide show to make your wisest investment this Autumn.


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