Fashion Reverie’s Fall/Winter 2018 Shoe Trends

Designers have heard our cries, finally, revamping die-hard trends consumers cannot live without. Fashion Reverie has curated some of the biggest and popular styles for fall/winter 2018 that are here to stay. Retire your old black boots and level up as shoe trends have taken on new heights. Fashion Reverie is here to help as we narrow down our favorite fall/winter shoes picks at every price point.

Images of N21, Free People, Tophop, Attico, and D&G courtesy of elle.com, refinery29.com, elle.com, refinery29.com, and whowhatwear.com, respectively

Into The WildThis season’s animal prints—from leopard spots to zebra stripes—are back with a vengeance. Female consumers are tapping into their wild side with these bold animal prints. Produced in a variety of shades, this trend is easy to incorporate into your everyday wardrobe. Designers like Tom Ford, Balenciaga and Diane von Furstenberg fall/winter 2018 runways prowled with animal patterns 

Image of Topshop, Isabel, Jeffrey Campbell, Emporio, Ganni, and Free People courtesy of Topshop, elle.com, instyle.com, harpersbazarr.com, refinery.com, and thecut.com, respectively

Western BootiesIt’s time to saddle up in fall’s most wanted shoe trend. These cowboy boots aren’t just for your traditional cowgirls. With a fashion-forward twist of pastel hues and cut outs, you’ll want to pair this western style with your favorite little sundress and workwear basics. 

Images of Mango, Mary Yuul, Other Stories, and Coach courtesy of refinery29.com, nordstrom.com, glamour.com, respectively

Modern Mary Jane Back and better than ever, Mary Janes are now a functional staple in everyday wardrobe. With subtle touches and kitten heels, Mary Janes are leading towards more chunky heights.

Images courtesy of Philip Lim, The Row, Ulla Johnson, Prada and Ganni courtesy of hapersbazaar.com, instyle.com, cosmopolitan.com, whowhatwear.com, respectively

Bring On The BowsNo matter the placement, playful bows will no longer be deemed as the prim party heels for special occasions or nights out. Our obsession for the tiniest detail comes in many forms from neatly bow-fronted satin mules and knotted bows to twisted origami. As the sweetest and popular detail on international runways, opt to elevate your daytime wardrobe with this bow trend. 

Images or Saint Laurent, Ann Demeulemeester, and Jill Sander shoes courtesy of harpersbazaar.com

Square Toes Are BackThis is one daring silhouette, you’re not going to want to miss out on. Louis Vuitton, Calvin Klein, Acne, and Gucci have evolved this funky trend into a must need trend of the season. Instead of trying to jam your poor little toes into pointed high heels this season, square toes will go down in history for their more squared-off logic and lady-like treatment.

Images of Preen, Simone Rocha, Prabal Gurung, Coach, Preen, Laurence courtesy of harpersbazaar.com and cosmopolitan.com

Furry Fuzzy ToesNo outfit shall be complete without this modern soft twist that is cool, quirky and by all means fashionable. No worries, this assortment of very fuzzy footwear appears in many faux fur and shearling options. Yet, the most important thing of all is that this trend will keep you super cozy this season.

Images of Need Supply, Chloe, Jacquemus, Topshop, and Balmain courtesy of refinery.com, harpersbazaar.com, thecut.com, and harpersbazaar.com, respectively

Top-Notch Heel ArtAlthough a subtle, minimalistic artful change, this heel trend will be the most impactful on the fashion industry. For fall/winter 2018, this heel trend transforms all types of ordinary shoes with architectural and sculptural details.

Images of Campbell, Paul Smith, Dior, Trademark, and Tory Burch courtesy of trademark.com, glamour.com, harpersbazaar.com, freepeople.com, and saksfifthavenue.com, respectively

TapestryThe options are endless as designers and brands prove this is not a fad, but bold staples that are here to stay. Designers will leave no stone unturned as they pull out all the stops to recreate these simple styles.

Images of ByFar, Prada, OffWhite, Oscar de la Renta, and Calvin Klein courtesy of refinery29.com, harpersbazaar.com, cosmopolitan.com, and urbanoutfitters.com, respectively

TechnicolorTechnicolor shall no longer be saved for the summer weekends. Embrace the rainbow, as color has made numerous appearance this fall/winter 2018 as an easy trend to incorporate. Designers such as Balenciaga, Pyer Moss, and Hermes to name a few are swapping out staple black boots for bold neon and high impact hues.

Images of Chromat, Montelliana, Proenza Schouler, Moncler, and Chloe courtesy of cosmopolitan.com, thecut.com, proenzaschouler.com, refinery29.com, whowhatwear.com

Take A HikeAs consumers drive the market, designers shift their focus to consumer needs for functional and practical wear. From thick-soled platforms to space-age silhouettes, fashion lovers everywhere will love these revised details for combat boots.

—Courtney Wilkins

 

 

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