I like to invest in just a few pair of shoes that I can wear with a variety of outfits instead of a closet full of trendy styles. For fall, I love caramel-colored leather because it generally looks good with everything. Lace-ups look great with anything from dresses to jeans and a simple pair of black ballet flats are a great way to make a pair of jeans look more polished. Take a peek at my favorite picks from fall (starting at around just $19.00) after the jump!
Rachel Comey Platforms 1 of 10These platforms in caramel leather will bring your outfits to the next level!
$398 at Penelope's.
Black Ankle Boots 2 of 10Dress up your casual jeans and t-shirt ensembles with these low heel ankle boots by Acne. They are made in Italy of 100% leather and feature a suede detail on the back.
$550 at Steven Alan.
Soft Leather Oxfords 3 of 10These soft leather oxfords will look super sweet with any outfit, from dresses to jeans.
£179 at Couverture and The Garbstore.
Classic Ballet Flats 4 of 10Channel Audrey Hepburn with this sweet, classic ballet flats. Great price too!
$18.97 at ASOS.
Teal Patent Leather Low Heels 5 of 10If, like me, you have a fall wardrobe full of blacks and navy, add a dash of color with teal. It's such a beautiful shade for fall.
$178.00 at J.Crew.
Navy Oxfords 6 of 10These navy oxfords by Rachel Comey would look ultra sweet with a printed 40's-inspired rayon dress!
$391 at Rachel Comey.
Red Boots 7 of 10Not only are these Swedish Hasbeens Boots super cool, they are made of all natural materials. The company says, "you could practically bury them in your garden!"
$401 at Swedish Hasbeens.
Desert Boots 8 of 10These leather desert boots are made of leather and natural soles. They'd be darling with rolled up jeans and a button-up!
$114 at Arrow + Arrow.
Loafers 9 of 10These slip-on black leather shoes look lovely with dresses or slacks.
$200.20 at Frances May.
Vintage Lace-Ups 10 of 10These 90's vintage lace-ups were made in Italy. Pair them with tights, wool skirts, and sweaters for a cozy fall look.
$65 at Pennyrile Vintage.
Top photo from Frances May. All photos from respective sources.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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