The Top 5 New Season Styles

The darker evenings and colder temperatures can mean only one thing; the new season is here and our wardrobes are due a remix. To deal with the worsening weather, it’s definitely time to kiss goodbye to the sandals and invest in something a little sturdier that’s going to last through the cold months. So to help with your new season shopping, here are the top 5 styles we’re loving for autumn and winter.

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Natural Tones

Brown for autumn? An obvious choice, but still a good one. As always, our new season colour palette is full of warm tones and cosy neutrals inspired by those falling leaves. But we’re updating the obvious with unexpected materials and shapes, rejecting leather in favour of softer textures like suede. Clarks Wallabees are high up on our wish list if you don’t already have them. An iconic shape and a cult favourite, the shoe has fans in high places from Kayne West and Liam Gallagher to Wu-Tang Clan. Unisex, timeless and ridiculously comfy, they’re autumn in a shoe.

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Winter Whites

Same same but different, level up your autumn neutrals palette with a bold white. If you’ve got the time and dedication to keep them clean, white shoes are a power move. Adding brightness without the need for hard-to-style patterns or colours, we’re pairing ours with an all-black outfit or with neutral cream tones for softer styling. Though they may seem daunting, white boots are just as easy to style as classic black ones. Monochrome will never let you down, and it’s definitely stepping into the limelight this season so dig out your shoe clean kit and get yourself a pair, whether it be trainers or boots.



Though the season may be new, it doesn’t mean the styles have to be. We’re all old souls at heart and remain deeply in love with the classics. The most iconic footwear brands and shapes never go out of style, and this season we’re leaving room for them to shine as the most recognisable and beloved pieces in our collection. From Dr Marten shoes, Paul Smith brogues or a timeless stiletto, these are the kind of shoes you love forever. For vintage 1960’s mod style, invest in a shoe that is rich in heritage.


90’s Favourites

Classic in that your mum definitely dressed you in them when you were a little one, the chunky sneakers trend is sticking around. For the new season, we’re all about the strong 90’s inspiration with bold colours and lairy patterns. Autumn doesn’t have to be subtle, opt for something brighter to lighten up your misty mornings. We’re loving ours with primary colour tones of blue, red and yellow, or merge with the winter white trends for the freshest footwear around. Chunky trainers are a fun addition, looking just as good with formal work trousers as they do with jeans. Adding a playful side to any look, and giving you a streetwear status boost, AW19 is the season to commit to this recurring trend.

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Serious Boots

Practical and stylish, hiking boots are the new season’s wear-with-all option. We’ve seen them styled with everything from casual jeans to formal dresses. An edgier update on the classic easy-styled Chelsea boot, hiking boots are perfect for off-setting an outfit. Interrupting a super feminine look, or adding to a cool scandi workwear vibe, heavier boots can elevate any outfit and are sure to last through the new season and beyond. Making the rain and snow more manageable and your shoe rack more fashionable, you’re truly getting the best of both here.



Written by Lucy Harbron

Lucy Harbron

Lucy Harbron

Writer and expert

Inspired by the most iconic women in history, my style is informed by the Monroes, Sedgwicks and Birkins. Forever torn between maximalism and minimalism, you'll find me stomping around in heeled boots and trying to refrain from buying another pair of earrings.

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