I have selected my 5 best Fall Winter 2018 shoes and boots that I am wearing now on repeat! Discover these 5 trends: combat boots, western boots, loose boots, animal print shoes, dad sneakers.
Fall Trend 2018: The Combat boots
Combat boots are definitely on the rise. Within the combat boot trend, you can choose between two styles: the grunge type (90’s vibes) or the sherpa boots (on point to walk on pavements covered with snow ;)).
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Winter Trend 2018: Western boots
The cowboy boots have been rising on fashion runways for a while (Calvin Klein and Coach for Spring 2018, Zimmermann and Isabel Marant for Winter 2019, etc.). The trend is to wear your boots in a graphic white or black or with snake prints. Fun and bold colors are also trendy this season. For styling, try pairing them with straight jeans, or a long dress.
For more western boot trends read this article.
Fall Winter Trend: Loose boots
This season, fashion labels (Isabel Marant, Halston, Iro, etc.) suggest wearing loose “over the knee boots” or “knee-high” boots. It will give an edgy look to any of your outfits. Also, this trend is flattering as it makes your calves thinner.
Shop your loose boots
Shoe and Boots Trend 2018: Animal prints boots
Animal print is huge this season. Actually, three trends are emerging within the animal print mania: embossed crocodile, leopard print and snake print.
Crocodile embossed leather shoe trend
Leopard print shoe trend
Snake print shoe trend
Read this article for more inspiration on how to wear the snake print boots.
Shoe Trend 2018: Dad Sneakers
The Dad sneakers craze is inspired by the 90’s with a chunky, thick sole. These “ugly” sneakers are taking over the fashion industry. It girls and major luxury houses (Givenchy, Balenciaga, Chloe, Louis Vuitton) have already adopted these sneakers as a wardrobe staple.
Shoe Trend 2018: The minimal ankle boots
If all these trends are too bold, the minimal ankle boots will be the right fit. These boots are perfect to wear season over a season for work or going out. Very versatile, they go well with a suit, denim jeans, a long skirt or a dress.
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