Throw them away: 5 shoes for fall that look cheap
You can still wear summer shoes in early fall. For example, pointed ballet flats, mules, or loafers. This is also the time to revise your wardrobe. Check which of the models have become anti-trend and which need to be replaced with more relevant ones.
In order not to make fashion mistakes, check out the OBOZREVATEL article to see if you have any shoes from the list and get rid of them.
1. Boots with an open toe
Many fashion icons and street style stars go out in warm jackets or fur coats and open shoes (summer sandals, gladiator sandals, open-toe or perforated boots). But this is done to impress, not to show an idea for an outfit. In practice, such shoe models have long been a thing of the past, and they definitely have no place in a fall wardrobe.
2. Skinny boots
About 10-15 years ago, girls were buying tight-fitting stiletto boots in droves. They were worn with skinny jeans and leggings. Nowadays, it's a bit inappropriate to have such shoes. If you like boots, then we advise you to give preference to models that gradually expand rather than tightly fit the leg. They will not make you look vulgar or old-fashioned.
3. Shoes with a zip on the front
The good news is that you will definitely be the center of attention in such shoes. The bad news is that hardly anyone will want to repeat your looks because models with a decorative zip look "cheap". In addition, they are more difficult to style compared to minimalist shoes without accessories. Remember a simple rule: the more concise the design, the better.
4. Sock boots
This is a product with thin studs and sewn-in "socks". This design makes any look look cheap and old-fashioned. Even if you're wearing a trendy trench coat and a suit with a straight-cut jacket, shoes will spoil the look. Of course, nowadays you can find models with "stockings" that will fit well into fall outfits. It can be a pair with steady heels and a "sock" made of thick fabric.
5. Sneakers on a wedge or platform
These shoes visually make the foot huge, distorting the proportions of the body. In addition, they have never been named "fashionable" as stylists have always criticized sneakers with massive soles, wedges, and platforms. Replace these pairs with shoes that are healthier for your feet and are made from natural materials, with good cushioning and a comfortable lift.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about unusual ideas for what to wear with a jacket in early fall.