that they deserve a little attention right now!
From stunning bold boots to menswear-inspired brogues and rhinestone-embellished options, you’ll definitely find a favourite style when you scroll through the list ahead.
Oh, and yes, there are many strong boots like platform Chelsea boots, lace-up combats, motorcycle styles and thigh-hights-styles to appeal to all customers.
So, if you’re interested in getting a head start before all of your friends, keep on scrolling.
1. School Shoes ↓
Brogues, oxfords, loafers and monk shoes were the flat option of choice on catwalks globally. These dapper shoes are inspired by menswear and make any fit so much more polished and sophisticated. Many models clearly designed with masculine styles in mind are the shoe versions of a woman in a blazer, but they can be worn with just about any kind of look.
2. Combat Boots / Doc -Martens-Style ↓
The last years no winter collection is complete without the appearance of a combat boot. Dior Fall 2020 with rubber toe-capped iterations, reinforced the idea that combat boots are for every day. Doc Martens are becoming not just trendy but mainstream thanks to their ubiquity on the runways. These boots, from glamorous to earthy and sustainable, will lead the charge for seasons to come.
3. Chain Details ↓
There were tons of chain embellishments that from spring continued into fall 2020. Bright gold or silver chains are very versatile: they can add a touch of grunge or they can do the opposite and glam things up. Also, they can add just the right amount of bling to any shoe - high heels, boots, loafers, thigh-high boots and all. Enter the chain-link adorned shoe and feel like bijoux for your feet.
4. Thigh-High Boots ↓
A thigh-high boot creates an utterly fresh silhouette that will never go out of style, so consider these as an investment. Latex leggings, thigh-high boots looked like hip-waders and second-skin boots, including skin-tight thigh-high boots, almost taking the place of leggings that looked like they had just walked out of a ’60s-era. These were easily the most significant fall 2020 boots.
5. Colourful and Sparkly Boots ↓
if you’re looking for a bit of excitement after the winter‘s pandemic in your wardrobe, you may want to pick one of the colourful fall 2020 boots. With sparkly purple, green, blue, silver, gold, red and orange for an extra touch of colour blocking, I promise they'll look good with any fall outfit. They mostly came in the knee-thigh-high silhouettes that dominated this season, but the range of colour choices is wide.
6. Pure gold ↓
Golden shoes and boots made from gold fabric or leather added that ostentatious touch of luxury to the runways. It is just difficult to ignore the charm of gold shoes as they make a great style statement and offer a glamorous, fun vibe to the wearers. In fall 2020 some gold heels, boots, gold sneakers, flats and oxfords looked super stylish and fancy that elevated the casual style to a unique one from boring.
7. Slippers ↓
The most up to date trend cause COVID. The concept is to stay indoors stylish, fancy and isolated as much as needed, or maybe to bring a bit of that homey cosiness out with us into the real world. This footwear style is between slippers and comfortable indoor shoes that make you feel cushy and relaxed at every step. Prepare yourself for colourful furry fluffy material like a fur coat, shearling-lined from mules to knee-high boots.
8.Chunky Welly ↓
By far the hottest and most functional shoe trend this season is the chunky Wellington boot. All the major Italian houses like Prada, Bottega Veneta, Versace and Valentino launched this season’s most unexpected shoe shape. The turbo heavyweight boots are weatherproof and cosy. It’s the spotted boot of every fashion editor, buyer and street-style star on and off duty.
9.Back to Slingback ↓
For a minimal and chic style, you need a statement shoe and these slingbacks will bring in all the compliments.
Slingback toes are favourably pointy, but square styles are also trendy with kitten heels and also block heels. They're undoubtedly part of the '90s/early '00s fashion trend of glam shoes with low heels that made their comeback. It's such an elegant way of creating a glam look for fall.
10. Sneakers ↓
No big changes at all, so you don’t need to change your pair of chunky white trainers yet. Some of fall's biggest sneaker trends are taking us back in time or to last season. The options that you have are between Mom and Dad Sneakers, Platform sneakers, Vintage Comeback sneaks and colour block Kicks (mostly white). You will also find a retro-futurist look, with an old-school upper design fitted to an oversized sole and with velcro straps.
11. Square Toe ↓
The square toe is the key toe shape of the season, and even the major shoes may have been pointed because buyers aren't ready to say goodbye to it yet. There was a square-toe boot or mule in one shape or form in almost every footwear designer’s collection for fall. Choose between a sharp, wide or medium narrow geometric square toe-box on boots and loafers for minimal but conceptual footwear.
12. Heeled Loafers ↓
A heeled loafer is an easy shoe that turns any outfit just a little more formal and gives it a unique charm. These sophisticated shoes were omnipresent on the runways and featured intriguing sartorial twists, such as slingback styles, buckles, textured fabrics, mules, and fun patterns or colour-blocking. Show off your socks with your loafers for a cool-girl winter look and let’s be honest they’ve never really gone out of style.
13. Neutral toe and hue ↓
Many elegant deliveries of box-fresh white and cream shoes flooded the runways this season. The designers proved a glossy, bright white finish that will instantly refresh any look. Don’t be afraid to wear a pearly white Mary-Janes or a comfortable minimal white flat this fall. It’s the trend that will guarantee polish and cream hue that always adds ladylike sophistication to your ensemble.
14. Bows and Ribbons ↓
Whether they’re perfectly symmetrical or a little off-centre, these cute details adorned a ton of shoes on fall 2020. They’re popping up everywhere, from sneakers, boots to pumps, and even ballet flats, as seen on the runways. They always add some girlish touch to a shoe especially in a season that was mostly quite joyless, and we appreciated the playfulness. Feel free to try them.
15. Pointed-Toe Flats ↓
There is something powerful but still feminine about the pointed-toe flats. With a huge variety of styles like pumps, booties, wedges, brogues, Mary Janes and loafers, it will be easier than ever to look chic and attractive without sacrificing comfort this year. Wearing pointy flats with your every day and evening appropriate looks can be stylish replacements for the uncomfortable heels in your closet.
16. Riding-style boots ↓
Lots of runways presented low-heeled or flat knee-high, riding-style boots for fall 2020. Providing comfort without compromising on chic, you can choose from a beautiful colour palette of browns, blacks, deep reds and taupe boots. Treat Equestrian Knee-High Boots as an investment and style them with short skirts or over tight jeans to look casual and chic. It’s definitely a value for money pair of shoes.
17.Ruched shoes ↓
Ruched shoes are probably the subtlest of the fall 2020 shoe trends. They are made of a particularly soft material, which collapses or upsets shoes, ankle boots, knee-high or over knees boots. Many brands like Oscar de la Renta, Balmain, Rejina Pyo, Roksanda, and Proenza Schouler lance them in earth tones, grey, and black. Go ahead and wait the next summer to wear nice shoes decorated with ruched straps that make you feel particularly beautiful.
18.Wear-Anywhere boot ↓
If you are unable to choose between the tractor-soled boots, thigh-high option, slouchy or whatever please allow me to introduce the go-anywhere boot. Chanel saw as the way, whose every look was teamed with a pair of low-heeled, slouchy, pirate-style boots with an almond-shaped toe in black, white, or brown colour. It’s exactly the return of the '70s classic Pirate boot that will take you from work to play and everywhere else in between.
19. Tread Sole Heels ↓
For the fall-winter 2020-21 shoe trends, we saw sturdy tread soles on both rugged shoes in high-fashion and more conceptual ones. It’s the trend that the shiny patent leather high heels were fitted with a sporty rubber tread sole, which brought to mind a hybrid between a glamorous evening shoe and a sneaker. These gorgeous heeled but not-so-outdoorsy shoes are paired with tread soles to give a bit more friction and support.
20. Chunky Tread Sole Shoes ↓
Last winter, Bottega Venetta gave the new direction with her chunky Tread Sole Chelsey boots and immediately strong boots becoming the key trend for the fall-winter 20/21. Dior made the next step with her extra-thick rubber tread sole combat boots that even went over the toe-box to give added protection. It's the most aggressive trend of the season that will keep you upright and balanced in any terrain of active direction.
21. Chelsea Boots ↓
Chelsea boots have managed to rise above trends that’s why they were so many of them on the runways. Chelsea boots are close-fitting ankle boots, usually with a low heel and an elastic side panel that makes slipping into them a breeze. There are many style varieties with Chelsea boots that can be designed to look professional enough for any work function even if they can suit more for outdoorsy adventures.
22. All-Terrain Boot ↓
It's a very special inspired trend with an anything-goes approach to footwear that has functioned at its heart. All Terrain boots inspired from special occasions like adventure touring, cross-rides, rough terrain hikes, snow, are based on walkability and comfort. These significant, alternative boots elevate your outfit and will be the centre of any attention.
23. Chunky Platforms ↓
Looking for a little extra height this season? Platforms will be all the rage this fall. They give your look a solid, eye-catching finish that makes them versatile and allows you to easily pair them with a wide variety of styles. Casadei started the platform craze a few seasons ago, along with a major shift to the ‘70s as a decade of inspiration. There are a lot of platform heels to admire this season and they are here to stay.
24. Rhinestone Embellishments ↓
Rhinestone-embellished shoes have been on the runway for a few seasons with a more punkish attitude than we’ve seen previously and they aren't going away any time soon. After this dark period of the pandemic don’t be afraid to go a little extra with your shoe choices this fall. Whether rhinestone-encrusted, studded, jewellery-pinned or beaded, Christmas comes early this season and enjoy that feeling.
Βest fall 2020 trends
The autumn-winter 2020 shoe trends are here and are so good
that they deserve a little attention right now!