This season’s go-to design reaches over the knee and comes in a glove-like fit and a wide, wader style. For an investment buy, opt for a neutral pair in butter-soft leather or suede.
Whether layered over your favourite denim or worn beneath a micro silhouette, add a little glamour to your autumn wardrobe with these from Stuart Weitzman.
For an easy daytime ensemble, pair this sturdy silhouette from Tommy Hilfiger with a simple midi dress and one of this season’s cosy.
Proving that the outdoors is still very much in, the hiker boot – with fur-lined details and identifiable lace-up front – is the perfect choice for spending time in nature.
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Chunky soles are here to stay. Whether it’s a brightly coloured sole or an upgraded Dr. Martens, platforms will remain in rotation for the new season.
Offset the sturdy style by pairing them with more feminine silhouettes – these from COPENHAGEN STUDIOS would work perfectly for men and women.
For an evening worthy look, add a pointed or square-toe ankle boot to casual denim – we love this pair from ba&sh.
While flats may allow you to stomp around comfortably from morning till night, a heel has the power to elevate any look.
It’s time to get obsessed with Americana – from pointed toes to Cuban heels, these Western-inspired boots are made for moving.
Take this pair from Maje and wear with unexpected fabrics, such as a silk slip to avoid your outfit feeling like a costume.
Style this pair from Patrizia Pepe like you would the chunky soled shoes – juxtaposed against feminine dresses.
Biker or combat: whatever you call them, these tough boots usually come adorned with look-at-me buckles and straps.
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