All The Boot Trends You Need This Season |
Autumn means new boots and NET-A-PORTER is delivering some of the very best out there right now. From the knee-high styles loved by the fashion set to the everyday studded designs you’ll live in, here are five trends worth buying into…
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The Everyday Boot

From classic Chelsea styles to tough bikers, NET-A-PORTER has a stylish selection of reliable, black-leather ankle boots. Brands like Church’s and Stuart Weitzman have added interest to the staple with studs, buckles and even pearl embellishment – perfect for an elevated off-duty look.

The Western Boot

Isabel Marant is the obvious choice for Western-inspired footwear, but new(ish) kids on the block Aeyde and Loeffler Randall are also delivering smart suede style without veering too far into cowboy territory. Add to blue jeans for a subtle nod to the trend.

The Going-Out Boot

Toweringly high, fuss-free and in polished leather – this autumn’s going-out boots are cool, comfortable and pared-back. Forget the trends, these classic, simple styles will work perfectly this season and for many more to come.

The Knee-High Boot

Straight off the Celine and Burberry catwalks, knee-high boots are the shortcut to the bourgeois trend that’s everywhere this autumn. Gianvito Rossi’s must-have versions are an investment, but they’re a grown-up classic that will last and last. We’ll be styling ours with ribbed knits and midi skirts.

The Hiking Boot

Brace yourselves – they’re back for another year. If you haven’t yet embraced the hiking boot trend, maybe this time around Jimmy Choo’s shearling-trimmed styles will seduce you. This is certainly the third year in a row we’ve been eyeing up those See By Chloé styles. They may not be pretty, but nothing’s cooler with a chunky knit and boyfriends once the weather turns.

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