The Perfect Shoes to Crunch those Fall Leaves

An outfit is not complete without the perfect shoes, and autumn brings the best weather for our favorite kind: boots and closed toe heels.

Getting all cozy in a blanket or jacket is one of the best things about fall, so don’t leave your feet out! This boot will make it so you can’t wait for it to get chilly.

These Crown Vintage boots from DSW are a winter staple.

Get yours at DSW or Payless.


Combat boots can add some edge to any outfit. Lace up yours and pair them with some distressed jeans for a casual look, or a floral dress to add a little femininity.

These are from Charlotte Russe, but you can find them almost anywhere. Splurging for a more well built pair will not only last longer, but will keep your toes rain in the autumn rain – or snow if you’re from up North.

Get yours at DSW or Forever 21.


Everyone needs a simple, black heeled boot in their collection. You can wear it any way you wish casual, dressy, girly or funky.  

These were bought at Nordstrom Rack, but a classic black ankle bootie can be found almost anywhere, so you will sure to find a pair the suits your personal style.

Get yours at Nordstrom or Forever 21.


Class up any ensemble with these oxford inspired wedges. If you’re not feeling the heel, flats always work. Or, if you want to dress it up, get a pump.

Elegance doesn’t always mean expensive; these were purchased at Kohl’s from the brand Mootsies Tootsies.

Get yours at Nordstrom or at Forever 21.


Pumpkin pumps are almost cute enough to eat. Spicing up any outfit a latte.

Believe it or not these were bought at All Shoes $9.88 and are by the brand Unclassified, proving that you don’t need red bottoms for a nice pair of pumps.

Get yours at DSW or Nordstrom


Every girl needs a pair of knee high boots. Whether they have a 5-inch heel or not, you’ll look and feel confident and sexy.

Sam Edelman nailed it with these beauties that go well with almost any outfit.

Get yours at Nordstrom or Forever 21.


All photos taken by Mohammed F. Emran.