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The Fashion Weeks lasted for about a month all together, but we cannot help but feel like the overload of information appeared to extend the time period. Key Pieces: Fringe knee-high boots, shearling-trimmed coats, slim cropped jackets, knit outerwear, flowing peasant tops, leather miniskirts, fitted leather trousers, fringe moto jackets, full-length fringe skirts, textured knit separates, chiffon floral maxis, wide-brimmed Western hats, embroidered guitar strap handbags, patterned fishnet tights. For the ambitious, try a knee-high pair (like the winter version of summer’s gladiator sandal!), or opt for a subtler ankle-height option. Keep scrolling to learn which shoe styles are in and out this fall, according to the experts! Time to get ready! Here’s some major foot candy coming at you. It is a season of intriguing creations and the fall generally sets the stage for the coming year, which meant the pointy shoes will be giving way to something more on the rounded square feel we can assume.

These fringe accents add that element.” Each boot (priced between $95 and $145) comes adorned with an exclusive gold charm, courtesy of Milgrom, designed to resemble a travel keepsake. Click the arrow below to shop four other major boot trends. Fringe boots go great with many items, but my favorite ways to wear them are paired with skinny jeans and a plaid shirt (go western) or an aztec print sweater (think boho). The only thing that surprised me is that dozens of couturiers included furs into their collections, as if for the sake of some secret fur-off contest amid them. They’re cool, comfortable and available in a variety of fall colours. I wore this outfit twice last weekend — on Saturday night to a family reunion, and on Sunday morning to church. You can even make the choice for a spaghetti strap dress in the company of a bold floral pattern or even stand out for the roughly flounce or fringe for a 60’s infusion.

The monochrome is still on its high peak. Our design team had a lot of fun creating our fall 2015 collection. I think overall the trend is really fun. If you’re feeling a bit more bold, a fringe skirt is something to embrace. Stuart Weitzman used fringe in a more casual setting, as a side panel on the label’s signature thigh-high boot. Get inspired by Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What, and pick up a fringed skirt, or a dress with a fringe bottom, and make it the statement piece of your outfit. Well, the fact is that the cloths worn with such boots show the female body parts a little less than fully.

So trade in your skinny jeans for a pair of these super chic pants! As Seen At: Veronica Beard, J.Crew, Frame Denim, LaQuan Smith. They give an elegant touch at your look. The label introduced fall’s must-haves shoes, handbags and jewellery, moving their summery looks to bold prints, marsala and fringe. Our favorite go- to denim style is the simply the cropped jean. Western-inspired styles are still going strong from the past few seasons. Fringe was such a hot trend this summer—I feel like every festival gal has at least one fringe item in their closet, whether it’s a vest, cross body purse, or top.

If you are feeling adventurous, try mixing plaid with prints. One of our favourite looks that is taking off with the street style set is a tucked in stirrup legging, worn with a an oversized knit. These are great for walking to and from classes or hiking outdoors. The Scrunched Boot: Pair with jeans or leggings and an oversized sweater for a casual look. Includes a matching clip! Fashion is a representation of who you are and should reflect your personality—we are just here to give you a little inspiration. Are you as excited as I am?

And with so many ways to wear them, it’s impossible to ever get bored of the classic Minnetonka style and flair. This outfit is all of my favorite things in one–fringe, stripes, chambray and leggings. Usually fringe is spotted on handbags, backpacks, tops, and skirts but lately it’s been appearing more on shoes. While summer oxfords were all about cut outs and pastels (I’ll wear this trend long into the next season), it’s booties in rich colors and fabrics that steal my heart. Check out a few stylish fringe picks and how to wear them this season. I’m debuting my new flared jeans and fringed poncho today — two HUGE trends this fall. For Fall/Winter 2015-16, influential designers have created a …

On a runway strewn with what had to have been pounds of rose petals and in front of a celeb audience that included Julianne Moore, Amy Adams, Olivia Munn, and Rose Huntington-Whiteley, the action unfurled. Basic Black (or Brown) Knee Boots: These are a perpetual classic for a reason – they flatter most women, they can dress up or down almost any outfit and they work well with skinny pants, leggings and dresses.