5 Fall Shoe Trends to Buy If You Aren't That Into Boots

Although I might not personally understand this, there are some people out there who really don't like boots. If you are one of those people, then fall and winter probably bring you quite a lot of strife as far as your footwear goes. While some people wake up on a chilly fall morning and throw on a sweater, jeans, and their favorite new pair of boots, you wake up and stare into your closet with disappointment and confusion. Well, folks, not anymore. 

In an effort to meet all of our readers (even the boot-wary ones) wherever they are in their shopping endeavors, I figured an anti-boot fall trend guide was in order. Ahead you will see a list of five fall shoe trends that will offer you the same amount of wearability this season as any trusty pair of boots would. From classic loafers to trendy clogs, the selection ahead features everything you need to know and more as far as practical fall shoe trends go. 

Loafers

In case you haven't noticed, there are a handful of basics that have officially become "trendy," and loafers are one of those classic items that made the cut. Fashion girls have been styling them with socks and anklets since the summer, and we can't wait to see what new styling tricks they come up with all throughout fall. 

Tiger-Print Pumps

Leopard who? Just kidding—we still stan a leopard print, but to kick it up a notch this season, we recommend opting for a tiger-print pump to spice up your office and off-duty looks alike.

Believe it or not, clogs are one of the cool fall shoe trends to be seen in, and no, we're not joking. This nostalgic style is just the unique update your fall wardrobe needs for those days when boots just won't cut it.

Square-Toe Mules

If square-toe boots didn't tickle your fancy, then hopefully square-toe mules will. Including both open- and closed-toe styles, let this heel be one of the biggest footwear workhorses in your fall collection. 

Grandma Heels

Last but not least, we have the grandma heel trend. This more "mature" way of dressing has continued to develop since its birth back in spring, and the easiest way to participate is via the kitten heels below.