Fall Shoes Worth Stepping Into
It’s time to retire the sandals and put away the peep-toes. Boot season is back. And with it comes new trends and silhouettes. Here is a look at the latest boots and booties for fall, all of which can be found in the Miami Design District.
Double Your Pleasure
Before stepping into your new fall boots, consider the two-toned trend. With options from Maison Martin Margiela, Céline and Marni, the look is gaining popularity and bringing a bit of diversity to footwear. Maison Martin Margiela offers a Bicolor Stretch-Back Ankle Boot in a carmel and black combination, which makes it wearable with absolutely everything. Céline blends brown python and black lambskin in the Bam Bam Ankle Boot with a heel that capitalizes on the metallic trend. And Marni presents a bordeaux and charcoal bootie, dubbed the Chelsea, with pointed toe and zipper detail. With so many tone on tones to choose from it will be easy to put your best foot forward.
Find Maison Martin Margiela at 3930 N.E. Second Ave., Ste. 101, Design District.
Find Céline at 191 N.E. 40th St., Space 101, Design District.
Find Marni at 3930 N.E. Second Ave., Suite 101B, in the Design District.
Get Your Motor Running
The motorcycle boot is sticking around for fall with Prada Linea Rossa’s Leather Moto Knee Boot, proving boots this season come in all shapes and sizes. If you’re craving something on the taller side with a bit of edge, this is the shoe for you this season. Wear it with skinny jeans and a white v-neck for a classic look, or give it a twist of the unexpected by pairing it with a dress, either long or short.
Find Prada at 180 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
If all of your boots and booties are a dark hue, try something new for fall. Trade in your basic black for a nude bootie, like the Tucson Cap-Toe Red Sole Bootie from Christian Louboutin. This sleek bootie is a beauty that can be worn with dresses, jeans, shorts and more. You won’t just walk a mile in these shoes, you’ll spend an entire season in them.
Find Christian Louboutin at 155 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
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