WOMEN’S SHOES IN TREND AUTUMN / WINTER 2022 – 2023

Sure, there are plenty of boots to get you excited and plenty of comfy booties to wear on your fall walks, but who cares about easy basics when we’ve got exciting avant-garde accessories?! Think of the extravagant details of patent leather from some creative houses or the constant adoration of high-heeled shoes.

Sparkling embellishments also played a key role in many of the fall 2022 footwear trends, with Blumarine’s Nicola Brognano drawing on Y2K details, while Giambattista Valli, Fendi and Tom Ford also created shoes that were perfect for a night on the town.

Although, if you’re interested in shoes that have a little more comfort and move away from the “wearable art” category, there was plenty of footwear for a lot of hiking and plenty of inflated soles for those of you who have to stand a lot. And when the rainy weather comes, it seems we’ll all be more than covered with the plethora of trendy rain boots that have hit the runways.

So, as the temperatures drop, don’t expect your style to become somehow passé, because if the fall 2022 footwear trends are any indication, then you’re going to look absolutely stunning!

Glittering patent leather was a surprise on multiple runways, as it’s been a few years since we last saw this trend. A classic detail that dates back to the 1950s, Miu Miu, Blumarine, Fendi and Simone Rocha have all felt the need to add a little extra sparkle to their footwear. Still, who’s complaining? Especially considering that autumn is a season known for its golden light, these shoes are sure to catch the sun’s rays in the right way.

Just when we thought that this trend was abandoned for spring and summer (along with 2008), it seems that gladiators will continue to be worn in the fall and winter days. But with their thick leather straps and the details sprinkled in by the designers, these shoes are the ultimate piece. So if you’re interested in going back to ancient Rome, Louis Vuitton, Dior and Rick Owens will fulfill the gladiatorial desire in you.

This title is a reference not only to platforms, which are still a massive trend, but also to the height of many heels. Often working in tandem with platforms, designers from Chanel to Versace have fallen for high heels. The silhouettes were often similar to Mary Janes, but with a bulkier aesthetic. If you’re looking to invest in a pair of these high-end heels, it might be a good idea to take a bit of unsolicited advice and check if your insurance covers a fall.

Similar to patent leather shoes, pointed toes are starting to make a comeback as the fashion set moves away from square toes. Most of the narrow toe shoes are found among the boots this season. So whether you’re interested in the ultimate colorful Marina Serra model or the edgier metallic Balenciaga model, just go half a size up to save room for your toes!

There’s something inherently seductive about thigh-high boots. A permanent footwear trend that many can’t get enough of in autumn, they are perfectly combined with miniskirts and jeans. At Isabel Marant, the shape was relaxed and comfortable, at Balenciaga the boots were fitted, and Bottega Veneta considered the block heel shape to be the ultimate power move. All this just proves that there is a thigh high boot style for everyone!

Not for the faint of heart, this shoe trend is the ultimate power move. Perfect for those who are on their feet during the day, the designers wanted you to feel like you’re walking on a cloud. This was the thought process at JV Anderson and Dries van Note, it seems, where comfort became crucial in the form of futuristic footwear.

Along with this look, fur shoes have also won over designers. This soft look was promoted mainly at Altuzarra, Miu Miu and Fendi, where shearling and faux fur made multiple appearances inside and outside the shoes. And who said that stylish shoes are not comfortable?

A simplistic silhouette from the 90s that is often repeated, mules is a shoe that looks like a cross between an undeniably easy slip-on and the ever-present high heel. The perfect addition to any outfit, the designers at Bottega Veneta have created the ultimate version of these shoes, with puffy stitching to match their infamous Jodie bag.

The line between modern athletic shoes and athletic shoes, in general, is officially blurred with the collaboration between Gucci and Adidas. So if you’re keeping a close eye on the ‘that girl’ style trend, there’s no fall shoe trend that’ll blow your mind more than this one. With an abundance of sneakers and comfortable sneakers, it seemed like every fashion house had a stylish sneaker look.

As the Mary Jane platform continues to be a shoe style that is very prominent in both Milan and London, many designers have added a little extra detail around the ankle strap. With a touch of 2000s nostalgia, Versace added pearl chains rather than a leather ankle strap. This was a cue that both Simone Rocha and Molly Goddard followed, proving that the simple elegance of a dangling chain was a shoe detail that was definitely needed.

There is no need to fear falling when it comes to wearing a good pair of shoes with an orthopedic heel as the chunky heel will provide the support you will definitely need. Whether it’s made from wood, cork or even raffia, designers like Prada, Fendi and Tom Ford have created many coveted options that are sure to become your new fall and winter staple.

At Miu Miu, satin ballet flats proved to be an elegant footwear choice for models, while both Proenza Schouler and Khaite created more modern versions of the streamlined ballet flat model. Endlessly comfortable and great for meandering around new cities when traveling this winter, this 2022 shoe trend is something to get excited about.

Considering that academic styles were a big fashion trend for fall and winter, it’s no surprise that oxford shoes have found their way into footwear trends for fall 2022. Sleek and elegant, this moccasin style could be found on the runways of Louis Vuitton, Erdem and Tod’s, each with a slightly different twist on the shoe. Star model: the fact that Louis Vuitton managed to create moccasins with peep toe!

Looks like I owe the boots an apology. I’ve avoided this style of boot for years as I’ve always found it completely out of fashion, however, it seems the Autumn/Winter 2022-2023 shoe trends are totally disagreeing with me. From wellness at Chanel to slouchy options at Loewe, designers at multiple fashion houses seem to want to keep your feet warm, dry and stylish on rainy days. Therefore, inflatables are in.

The western chic look isn’t going anywhere this winter, it’s becoming more and more popular. As cowboy boots have become a fashion trend on the Internet in the last few months, designers Chloe and Missoni decided to give us what we wanted: designer boots! Now it’s up to you whether you want to style them with the Kate Bartlett-approved mini skirt look or the expected wide leg jeans look.

Designers always try to show their imagination through creative shoe designs, and most of the time they focus on architectural, fantastic heels that are strong for fall as well. From Fendi’s logo-embossed heels to Balmain’s sporty details to Dior’s wedge heels, there’s no shortage of unique heel shapes for the cooler seasons ahead.

With all the Y2K craze taking over the runways, it’s no surprise to see Y2K shoes in the spotlight. So whether you’re looking for the ultimate disco-ready glittery heeled sandals or just the cutest, most comfortable flats to hit the streets in, Fall 2022 shoe trends have you covered. For shoes worthy of Cinderella, check out the Genni, Germanier and Blumarine collections, while Coperni, Cecilie Bahnsen and Jason Wu also have desirable options to throw on.

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