If you are a true fashionista, you already know that fashion is about buying things that can be repeated. When the 2020 fall collections were revealed some months back, there were many trends that made news. While there’s no denying that 2020 hasn’t been a great year so far, that shouldn’t stop you from buying the best trends for your closet. For your help, we have enlisted the best fall 2020 shoe trends that deserve a mention.
Boots came back to the runways in style in 2020, with many designers opting for knee-high designs, which can be teamed with your fall dresses and trench coats. Celine, Proenza Schouler, Tory Burch were some of the top names that had this idea on display, and we believe that this is one of the boot classics you want in your collection. There was no dearth of colours either – No matter the kind of outfit you are wearing, there is a pair of knee-high boots to choose. You can choose to view more designs here.
Heels never really go out of vogue and are fashion must-haves, but for fall 2020, aesthetics played a dominant role in the designs. Feminine elements were prominent, and many designers used embellishments and accessories to make the shoes more appealing for those special occasions. You can check the collections of Giambattista Valli, JW Anderson, Fendi, and Oscar de la Renta for a few ideas.
Boots in colour
If I had to pick one trend for fall 2020, it would be coloured boots visible in almost every other runway show and designer collections. From something like green from Carolina Herrera, to shades of blood red at Oscar de la Renta, and mustard yellow at Proenza Schouler, there were just too many colours. Of course, this trend is not for the faint-hearted, but we insist that you get a pair in this style. Coloured boots work perfectly when paired with contrast monochrome outfits, or you can even choose to play the classic matching game.
Sneakers are ideal for all seasons, and for fall 2020, designers worked with a lot of run, colourful and retro ideas. More designers were in favour of mixed colours for sneakers, and if you are someone who likes to choose comfort over style, this is a trend you wouldn’t want to miss. There were some suede designs at Loewe, while Rag & Bone and Sacai worked with multiple colours. You can team these sneakers with almost anything, even for seasons beyond fall – casual denims, boyfriend jeans, summer dresses, or even dungarees.
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