If you’re anything like me, you’re excited for the newest shoe trends for this Fall season. After looking at what was hot on the fashion runways, I’ve curated a list below of the top Fall 2020 shoe trends that you should definitely know. Some are old favorites from decades past, some are a fresh take — but all of them are chic and on trend.
Is there anything that screams “autumn” more than riding boots? For the 2020 fall season, this classic style of cold weather footwear has been upgraded with new elements. Featuring everything from chunky soles to Southwestern details, the reimagined equestrian boot feels like an elevated version of the original style. And with a fresh take on the boot, you can also expect fresh new ways to style them. One idea: pair them with a dress!
Over the Knee Boots
Speaking of boots, many of the top fashion houses used over-the-knee boots for this season’s shows. Thigh high boots are always in style, so consider buying a well made pair that will last for several years. One of the most popular boot trends on the runways in Milan, New York and Paris was without a doubt over-the-knee boots. They showed up in a variety of different colors, prints, fabrics, and silhouettes from slightly slouchy to ultra tight. No matter your favorite style, there’s an over-the-knee boot to match every outfit and budget.
For better or worse, it’s looking like the platform shoe trend is officially here to stay for a while longer. On colder fall or winter nights, we suggest pairing them with warm knit tights.
Chunky Rubber boots
Also spotted on the runways for fall 2020: chunky rubber boots. These are an interesting take on the chunky shoe we’ve seen at fashion shows for several seasons. This style is virtually guaranteed to be a fashion insider darling so snag a pair and give it a try with your own outfits!
Remember that some of these footwear trends may be out of style by next year but buying just one on-trend shoe, you can inject new life into your wardrobe basics! For more on-trend footwear looks that were personally curated by Rita Abramson of Ristyled, head to the link.