October 4, 2023


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29 Flats, Boots, Sneakers, and Low Heels That’ll Sell Out Before Fall Hits

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We know—it’s starting to feel like summer will never end, and you’ve probably forgotten what cool air feels like at this point. But we’re here to reassure you that fall will come again, and it’ll kind of be here before you know it. Summer shoes are certainly fun and all, but we’ve been craving something fresh for our feet, to at least look forward to wearing.

Given that summer is winding down (at least as far as new fashion arrivals are concerned), e-tailers are just starting to release their first stock of fall shoes, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. And since comfort is key in 2020, our shoe priorities all fall under the categories of flats, boots, sneakers, and low heels, so we found the best ones for you too.

Keep scrolling to shop 29 wonderful pairs of stylish fall shoes to look forward to wearing. We’re quite sure they’ll fly out of stock long before September 22.


Staud Tuli Ballet Flats ($295)

I’ve decided that these are the first fall shoes I’m buying this year. Who’s with me?

Porte & Paire Leather-Trimmed Fishnet Loafers ($215)

We found the perfect flats for making that awkward summer-to-fall transition.

Charles & Keith Bow-Tie Loafers ($53)

Who knew loafers and bows went so well together?

Mango Leather Braided Mocassins ($80)

The square toe makes these look even more of-the-moment.

Brother Vellies Greg Buckled Mules ($420)

Here’s another pair of summer-to-fall shoes we’d wear on repeat.

Rothy’s The Point in Ecru ($145)

The new shade of Rothy’s is sure to be a hit, thanks to its versatility.

Loeffler Randall Leonie Soft Ballet Flats ($250)

Mary Janes continue to be one of the year’s biggest flat-shoe trends.

Bottega Veneta Leather Ballet Flats ($690)

Sorry, couldn’t resist.


Veja V-10 Sneakers ($150)

Just the fall-friendly update your white sneakers need.

Reebok x Victoria Beckham Rapide Mesh, Suede and Leather Sneakers ($130)

Of course Victoria Beckham would design the world’s chicest Reeboks.

Nike Air Force I Leather Sneakers ($90)

These are always sold out, so get ’em while you can.

New Balance 574 Split Sail Sneakers ($80)

Too pretty to pass up.

Nike Red & Off-White Air Tailwind ’79 SE Sneakers ($115)

Retro in the best way possible.

Golden Goose Hanami Private Edition Slip-On Sneakers ($530)

A new style for all of those Golden Goose fans out there.

Adidas Originals SL Andridge Leather and Suede Sneakers ($100)

This luxe pair goes with everything.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Renew Cotton Chuck 70 High Top Sneakers ($95)

I can’t stop thinking about these new color block Chuck Taylors.

Low Heels

Topshop Nutmeg Black Flare Heel Mules ($37)

The perfect heels to pair with your early fall outfits.

Swedish Hasbeens Dagny Clogs ($260)

In case you haven’t heard, clogs are cool.

Prada Triangle-Plaque Leather Loafers ($703)

Dream shoe alert.

Porte & Paire Croc-Effect Leather Mules ($260)

Don’t forget the basics.

Mango Heel Leather Mules ($120)

We love a good flared heel.

Louise et Cie Coolia Mules ($120)

You’ll be so glad you bought these highly walkable mules.


Dr. Martens Leona Hiker Boots ($170)

If you didn’t snag these last year, consider this your official reminder.

Timberland Jayne Waterproof Booties ($160)

Key word: waterproof.

Staud Wally Boots ($550)

Wow, guess we have something to save up for now.

Jeffrey Campbell Edmond Booties ($170)

Take note of the different textures on these cool boots.

Find. Gumsole Chelsea Boots ($23)

Gotta love a good Amazon shoe find (no pun intended).

Acne Studios Leather Ankle Boots ($590)

Logo boots don’t get chicer than this.

Dr. Martens Combs Boots ($90)

Something to fulfill all of your functional boots needs.

Next up, the 5 casual shoe styles everyone owns.

This article originally appeared on Who What Wear

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