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season change called... upcoming popular shoes answered

Not so sure what footwear you should order for these upcoming autumn and winter seasons? Have no fear... the shoe police is here. After looking into some of the research from favored high fashion brands, there have been a few types of shoes that will be trending this 2022-2023 fall and winter.


  1. Tall Leather Boots

These boots would be perfect paired with some denim jeans and a cashmere sweater, as they look chic and add an extra element of spice to any outfit. This specific color would look fabulous paired with greens, browns, and burgundy.


2. Thigh-High Boots

As a fan favorite of thigh-high boots, I am excited to share that these are coming back in style hot these fall and winter seasons. These boots are extremely versatile and can be dressed up with a mini skirt and blouse or dressed down with an oversized crewneck. Ariana Grande is known for rocking the sweatshirt and thigh-high boot combo, looking effortlessly gorgeous every time.


3. Mules

The mules are back and better than ever! The top fashion designers have spoken and mules are going to be a huge hit this autumn and winter. This shoe can be a great option for a work setting, as it looks sophisticated and sleek. The heel gives a bit of extra pizazz to each outfit you pair these with.


4. Track Shoes

Track shoes have been in for a while now, especially these vintage-looking sneakers. Top sneaker brands such as Reebok, Nike, Adidas, etc. have been killing it with their track shoe styling. These shoes can easily add a pop of color to complete any look.


5. Platform Pumps

These bold heels will have everyone staring and wishing they could own a pair. Just make sure you don't wear them when there's ice on the ground! Platforms have been in style for quite some time now and it appears that they're here to stay!


Be sure to pick up some of these cute styles so you will be up-to-date with the latest fashion trends these upcoming seasons!

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