10 Fall Trends You Shouldn’t Live Without

Looking to add a few trendy looks to your fall wardrobe? This list of 10 wearable shoe trends will have you falling head over heels in no time. Find out how to wear them and which celebs are rocking them right now.

1. The Color Block Heel

Color Block Heels
This look offers a retro vibe and works well in any color scheme. These heels are perfect day or night and will quickly brighten up any neutral dress. There really are no rules when it comes to sporting the color block shoe. Just be sure to save the color block dress for a separate outfit.

2. Studs


Studs are everywhere this season. This is your chance to be edgy so our advice is to take advantage. If you’re not feeling overly daring, these Laylajoy flats are perfect thanks to their single line of studs. It’s just enough to give you a taste of the trend without diving in head first.

See how Blake Lively wore them here.

3. Stripes

mint striped wedges

Stripes aren’t just a nod to nautical ensembles in the summer. Black and white stripes are perfect for ringing in the colder weather and they ensure your footwear is anything but boring. Dress them up with a maxi skirt, or keep it casual with your favorite pair of jeans.

Take a look at Cameron Diaz’s casual display of the trend here.

4. Metallic

jimmy choo eros

These Jimmy Choos have both silver and gold accents. These pumps will dress up any look and are LBD (little black dress) approved. You really can’t go wrong with metallics whether you’re in need of heels, boat shoes or even boots. This trend looks good on any type of shoe and can be worn year-round (bonus for those of us non-celebs who can’t afford to reinvent our wardrobe every three months).

Find out which designers embraced this trend during Paris Fashion week.

5. Animal Print

Animal Pring Shoemint Jess

These aren’t just your typical leopard and zebra print shoes. These heels from ShoeMint diverge from the animal prints of the past. Be prepared to step out of the box in these Dalmation print pumps. You’ll be glad you did.

6. Fringe

fringe cowboy boots

Always (secretly) lusted after the biker chick look? Not a fan of the masculine shoes? No problem. Now you can have the look while keeping it feminine thanks to these Hillside fringe boots by Volatile. Another plus: these boots are versatile. They’d look amazing paired with your go-to black skinnies or with a dress of any length.

Becki Newton chose to put a dressy twist on the trend here.

7. Bows

Bow Flat Sandal

Find them on pumps, sneakers and these Valentino sandals. Bows add femininity and give a sophisticated, yet youthful look to any pair of shoes. Grab this trend by the bows and wear them while you can.

Ashley Greene flaunted an asymmetric version at the VIP Comic-Con celebration in LA.

8. All That Glitters

asos glitter boots

Glitter isn’t just for the teeny-boppers anymore. We couldn’t decide between these two ankle boots by Asos so we decided to show you both. Love the in your face-ness of the gold boots and the gray boots offer a little hint of glitter that is perfect for daytime wear. The purple hued glitter on the gray boots is a refreshing change from the popular metallic glitter shoes.

9. Floral Print and 10. Sneakers

Floral Sneakers

This look combines trends 9 and 10. Sneakers don’t have to be reserved for children and athletes. These floral sneakers by Valentino would look great in an unexpected combination with your favorite skirt. If you’re looking to go a more traditional route, these demi wedges are perfect for flashing your floral flair. Throw them on with a pair of skinny pants and a blouse for a soft and flirty look.

Floral Print Sandals

We love how versatile and feminine these fall trends are. They can easily be dressed up or down depending on your mood and your schedule. Want to mix up the trends a bit? Add a studded handbag or a color block outfit to the mix. The opportunities are endless with this season’s fashions. Now harness your creative energy and get shopping!

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Amy is a wife, mom, blogger, and is training to become a makeup artist. She dabbles in a bit of everything, but can’t seem to escape her compulsions for shopping and all things cosmetics.

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