7 Shoe Trends for 2020
As cooler temperatures hit and fall takes over the runway, there are shoe trends popping up that are hard to miss. The diverse mix gives a polished, fresh take on comfort. Here are some of the trends that will help you to put your best foot forward this fall.
1-Off The Chain
Chunky chains are making a movement down to the shoe level. The heavy metal trend is hitting the runway hard and shoes with chains are highly versatile. They make good silhouettes in heels, flats, boots, and everything in between. Plus, if you find shoes you love, you can add a chain yourself for something truly unique.
2-Pair Shoes With Socks
There are some shoes that you never wore socks with, but that’s not the case any longer. Runways are showing that socks are in again and they can be paired with loafers, Mary Jane heels, and a variety of others for a modern take on a preppy outfit.
Ruching has been all the rage on runway tops and dresses lately, but it took until fall for this detail to move down to the shoes. Designers have taken the trend and debuted footwear that has a flamboyant feel to it in everything from sandals to sling back pumps and beyond.
4-Boots That Rise Over The Knee
This trend can work well in any city from everything from tight to slouchy styles, depending on your taste. Boots that go over the knee work with dresses, jeans, and everything in between.
5-Bows On Shoes
While bows on shows isn’t a new thing, there are some upgrades this fall. Sleek pumps are being paired with oversized bows. There are also punk combos that include prim bows and spikes for an intriguing look into two worlds. The bows are details that help you to dress up even a pair of jeans with something a little more fancy.
6-90s Platform Shoes
If you like nostalgia, nodding to the 90s footwear might be your thing. The chunky platform shoes are coming in bold styles that look great with jeans or dresses, depending on the style you choose. They are bold and even have flashes of neon that can wake up any outfit.
Texture is all the rage this fall and that goes all the way down to the feet. Instead of a furry hat or even a coat, the bold style is to take the fur to the feet. Heels, boots, and other footwear looks much cozier with a furry feel. The warmth is evident, and the style is new, but pressing.
There are plenty of other shoe trends to consider this fall, but these are some of the most prevalent according to the runway shows that have shown them so far.