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Bye Summer Sandals, Hello Fall Footwear!

As the temperature drops and our toes get ready to hibernate, it’s time to take stock of what’s trending this shoe season.


For fall, we’re seeing the reemergence of ballet flats (both Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift are fans!). Grab them in a metallic color or with a Mary Jane strap and you’ll totally be on trend. A simple ballet flat can be worn with almost anything; a simple yet polished look could include a pair of slim jeans and a blazer.


A pair of loafers is a smart addition to your wardrobe, offering the versatility and comfort you need, whether you're dressing for a sunny fall day with bare legs or braving the chill of winter. Choose from chunky suede loafers or classic leather penny loafers: lots of room to play with this trend!


Amongst pumpkin spice lattes and apple orchard photoshoots, ankle boots, and booties are a fall staple. This fall, we’re seeing lots of moto boots and western-inspired boots.


Classic white sneakers have transitioned from a trendy street-style choice to a timeless wardrobe staple. Or if you want to add a little flavor, add a pop of color or an animal print–don’t be afraid of something punchy!


Below is a curated list of our fav on-trend fall footwear from our fav Beve Partners.


Pro tip: Do all your fall footwear shopping on a Beve Shopping Tour! We’ll curate a tour specifically to hit each of these trends.


Loafers:


Ballet Flats


Booties

  • You don’t often see a pair of booties in blush, so when you do, you scoop them up from Wilder!

  • This fringe bootie from Trendy & Tipsy is darling

  • The rich, earthy tone adds autumnal elegance to this Dee shoe from e.Allen

  • Talk about versatile: These black and tan booties from L.A. Green will coordinate with anything in your wardrobe–talk about versatile

  • These Mackie booties from e.Allen have a rich nude caramel color that’s striking


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