Our 5 Picks for the Top Fall 2014 Shoe Trends

You’ve seen the runway shows, and now with fall just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about your new season wardrobe. We prefer to start with our shoes — they make the look after all. From disco boots to furry trainers, this season is going to be about making a statement. Here are our top five trendy picks for the fall.

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Each season has a must-have detailing, which is often the type of trend you look back at in a couple of years and think, “Did I really wear that?!” Fall 2014’s just so happens to be the pompom, and as crazy as it sounds, the runways were loving it. One of our favourites was definitely House of Holland, where loud pompoms took centre stage upon the front of shoes. Well, who better to start an out-there trend, right?

The Statement Heel

Forget the famed, simple mid-heel, for fall, it’s all about the statement heel. Be it block or skyscraper, the hottest are designed to demand attention, and finished with everything from spikes to diamantes. Get ahead of the game with our number two pick below,  Sam Edelman’s studded variety (£210).

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Electric Blue

The colour of the season is set to be electric blue, meaning our dark, wintry ensembles will be finished with a bright pop of colour. Mark our words, the high street will be brimming with bright blue heels. We’ve already got our eyes on these Karen Millen signature suede court shoes (showcased above for just £60).

Textured Trainers

The fashion world’s love affair with creating trendy sportswear continues, and for the season ahead, trainers have been texturized. Think pony skin or velvet in just around every colour possible! Keep it classic with our fourth pick, Topshop’s classic black fur slip on skaters (£20).

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 Statement Boots

Almost anything goes with boots this season in order to make a statement. So, expect plenty of glitter making for the perfect occasion boot, animal prints transforming our daily go-tos and backless versions (like Alexander Wang‘s take), which will take you from day to night, but could also leave you a bit chilly.