Monday, April 15, 2024

Stepping into Style: The Hottest Shoe Trends for Autumn/Winter 2023

- Advertisement -

We all know your footwear can make or break an outfit. So to help you, we’ve put together a list of the six major top trending styles of footwear for Autumn/Winter 2023. From thigh-high to ballet pumps we’ve selected a few best of the high street that are coming in big this season. We’ve got you covered!

Ballet Pump

The ballet pump was big in the 90s and it’s had a resurgence thanks to brands like Miu Miu and Chanel, and we’re here for it. They are effortlessly cool and even more comfortable to wear. Styling your ballet pump couldn’t be easier. Pair with your favourite straight-legged jeans and cropped bomber jacket or blazer, or pair with a mini skirt and trench coat to update this classic look. For the best of the high street, ASOS has got you covered, with a huge selection to choose from and great updated modern versions of this classic.

Topshop Caitlin slim square toe ballet flat in silver

Thigh highs

Thigh-high boots from slouchy to sock boots are the statement fashion trend this autumn winter. Seen on the runway of Isabel Marant to Loewe the thigh high is here. The more relaxed fit looks great over a pair of jeans or paired with a short knit dress, taking you from the office to date night. Feeling daring opt for the sock version teamed with your mini skirt suit. The best of the high street for this shoe trend is & Other Stories, click the photo below to purchase.

Over Knee Leather Boots

Mary Janes

The Mary Jane is officially back and it is the cult must-have this season. There are many modern styles on the classic to choose from platform to flat and single strap to multi-strapped. Pair them with straight-legged jeans, a plain white Tee and a trench coat for that Parisian chic vibe or team with a sock and a pleated skirt for a playful ‘gossip girl’ look. The best of the high street for this shoe trend is & Other Stories which you can purchase in the photo below.

Patent Leather Mary Jane Pumps


These feminine accents are still adorning the runway this season and we are loving it. From satin to bejewelled bows come in all forms, sizes and styles. It’s time to wrap your feet up like a prize. The best of the high street for this shoe trend is Ganni, which you can purchase by clicking the photo below.

Jeffrey Campbell Bow Down heeled mules in silver

Cowboy Boots

Good news! The cowboy boot is set to stay for autumn and winter. These boots have taken us from the festivals of summer and this season think bold! Metallics are big this season as are bright bold colours if you’re feeling brave enough. Or go knee-high in an embroidered black classic. For the transition from autumn to winter wear them with your denim midi dress or skirt, or team with a blazer and mini skirt. The best of the high street for this shoe trend is ASOS, purchase on the photo below.

Public Desire Starrie red flame detail western boot

Pointed Shoes

These shoes are right on ‘point‘ and not just the style alone they also have so many benefits, not only do they elongate your legs but they go with just about any outfit making this shoe style the ‘go-to’ of the season. The best of the high street for this shoe trend is Pretty Little Thing, which can be purchased in the photo below.


What’s your favourite shoe for Autumn/Winter? Need help to choose a style, make sure to let us know.

Aurora Rocca
Aurora Rocca
Having worked in the fashion industry for over 20 years both here and in London. Aurora’s background is primarily luxury fashion, beginning her career in Brown Thomas Dublin to the fast paced, dynamic environment of Selfridges to the unique and infamous Harrods, to having managed luxury stores on Bond street. Aurora is an enthusiast for fashion and travel. Working for travel news at the travel shop gives her the privilege to combine both her passions.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Related articles

- Advertisement -
Sign up to our weekly newsletter and be the first to get all the latest fashion and style news. Please fill out the form below.