Sexiest Shoe Trends To Steal This Autumn/Winter

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Welcome the cooler half of the year and you'll end up choosing covered shoes over flip flops and strappy wedges. Yes, autumn is finally here and we need to shove those summer-y sandals to the back of the shelf. When we take utmost care in picking autumn/winter couture why not pay half of that attention to the shoes we will be wearing?

Covered shoes may sound boring to those who enjoy flaunting their toe cleavage however, we at Boldsky are all about bringing you the best fashion trends right off the runway. Want to know what are the hottest shoes this season? Keep reading!

1. Studded Pumps:

Autumn/Winter Shoe Trends

We promise that you cannot go wrong with a pair of these. Studs are the best way to add an edge to your entire outfit. They're versatile and in trend right now. If you don't prefer studs feel free to choose any metallic accessory like a metal heel or toe or both. Feel free to play with different metals and co-ordinate them with the rest of your outfit.

2. High Boots:

Autumn/Winter Shoe Trends

This one's especially for all those girls who enjoy the mini skirt or dress all year round. To save your delicate calves and thighs from the freezing weather wrap them up in gorgeous thigh high boots. Thigh high boots are very sexy and feminine. They get attention every where you go. Be warned, they can make you look shorter so choose boots wisely. Petite girls can opt for ankle boots and maxi gowns or trousers.

3. Brogues:

Autumn/Winter Shoe Trends

This is one look we girls must steal from the guys! Brogues are one pair that can make you look cute yet androgynous and we love them for the autumn/winter. They can be teamed up with dresses, shorts, maxi gowns, pants, and so on. Basically, they're super easy to wear and go with anything in your closet. A must have this season.

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Story first published: Thursday, September 24, 2015, 11:00 [IST]
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