This season, there's a ton to choose from when it comes to shoes — flats, sky-high skinny heels, chunky heels — and styles ranging from cut-out to over-the-knee. Here's a look at some of Fall 2014's standout shoes.
There were a ton of knee-high and over-the-knee boots this season, but these were arguably the most covetable and came complete with a utilitarian pocket. The designer also showed much buzzed about shoes that looked like boots in the front and mules in the back.
In keeping with the designer's theme this season, his shoes had a collage element.
30 years and the designer's still got it.
Undoubtedly Walter Steiger inspired, the curved heel holds high year-round appeal.
Given her J.Crew pedigree, it's little surprise that Webb's collection came impeccably styled from head-to-toe.
3.1 Phillip Lim
Chunky heels made a comeback this season and Lim had one of the most unique takes.
Rag & Bone
Slouchy and undeniably cool.
One of the season's most unexpectedly original shoes, the designer's heeled booties came with pops of pink or green wool.
Diane von Furstenberg
Not the most toe-flattering, but certainly unique.
Marchesa does a rebel ballerina.