The fall season’s color palate has always been coveted by designers from around the world, and this year should be no different. Each season a color defines the collections that hit stores and runways, and this Fall is a dark shade of red. Burgundy, Oxblood, Wine, Maroon, whatever you may call it, this shade is red hot. Shoes, like clothing, should reflect the trends of each coming season so while this trend is a newcomer, take inspiration from the red shoes of celebs and dial down the brightness.
Ash Bowie Sneaker
Kate Middleton has been under a microscope of style proportions ever since she became the focus of the public eye. Her classic sensibilities are channeled through her expertise in choice pieces tailored to her and the Royal Family’s aesthetic. She looks athletic and chic as she strolls through the Olympic facilities and supports the British team in red, white and blue. This shade in the Ash Bowie Sneaker line is the newest of the bunch and probably the boldest. Ash Sneakers are still going strong and will be the go-to for anyone looking for a high-fashion sneaker.
Kate Spade Lagoon Platform
This new-mom looks glowing and dapper as she wears shades of red in front of the cameras before she gave birth to her baby girl. The simple color change from her dress to her shoes is subtle and gives an ombre effect that is very on-trend. The Kate Spade Lagoon Platform has an oxford feel but a classic pump shape and it packs a punch in a deep wine color. Kate Spade once again triumphs in the shoe game with their trendy and modern take on a classic shape.
KORS Michael Kors Kempton Platform Pump
Chloe Moretz is a fashion bloomer. Her youthful smirk is matched with an impeccable style sense and an even greater appreciation for anamazing piece of clothing. Here she rocks the fall’s favorite color without looking ridiculous. The KORS Michael Kors Kempton Platform Pump has a deep wine coloring in a luscious suede that you can’t wait to touch. KORS Michael Kors continues to create amazing and affordable wearable shoes that feel like a million bucks.