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3 Trends for your AW Shoe Rotation

As we delve further in to the Autumn/Winter Season more and more trends become apparent that are going to be a must have option in your wardrobe. This week it is all about shoes, and these 3 trends are only getting bigger, better, and more popular as the Season continues.


1. Lace It Up

Typically remembered in Victorian times, traditional lace up boots fell out of fashion years ago but are really on the rise this year with a fresh take on this gorgeous trend. Whether you're looking for a practical walking option, like the cosy Rieker style we've selected below, an everyday option with a flat sole from Tamaris or Dr Martens, or something with a little height, you certainly have plenty to choose from. The ankle styles, from Una Healy and Kate Appleby, pair well with denims or dresses, and the longer styles, like the calf-length style from Hispanitas are great with midi skirts. Whatever way you want to wear them, these are a sure fire way to stay on trend this Season.



2. Knee High Styles

Ankle boots have long been a staple in almost every Autumn/Winter wardrobe, but this year we can certainly see a resurgence of the longer calf- to knee-length boot. There are lots of styles you can choose from, from a huge variety of designers - from Jose Saenz, XTI, Tamaris, Gabor, Marco Tozzi, and many more. As you can see, we have lots of colours and styles to choose from in a variety of fabrics so you can find a pair that really suits your style.


3. Autumnal Tones

One of the best ways to embrace the new Season is to welcome some Autumnal tones in to your wardrobe. Take some inspiration from the change of Season colours in nature, with deep browns, burgundy, oxblood, tans, orange and lots of other fantastic rich colours. We've selected some of our favourites from brands including Dr Martens, Tamaris, Gabor, Redz, Tommy Hilfiger and Zanni & Co.

-  Niamh x

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