23 Fall Sneakers That'll Make Jaws Drop

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Just like any other shoe style, sneakers are seasonal, especially since they're usually even more colorful than your average casual shoes. Sneaker trends are typically represented by color, texture, and the sole, and lots of variations can exist within these areas. Hence the need for a little sneaker refresh this time of year.

In particular, I've had my eye on materials like suede and buttery leather in hues of brown, camel, black, and cream. Some of my favorites are very affordable, but if you're in the mood to splurge, I found some chic designer styles that you could even sub for dressier shoe styles this fall when you want to give your feet a little break.

Below, you'll find Nike, New Balance, Loewe, Converse, and many more of your favorite brands' fresh new offerings for fall. Scroll to snag your favorites before they fly out of stock (as cool sneakers have a tendency to do).

New Balance 327 Classic Trainer Sneakers ($90)

The perfect sneakers to wear with jeans or khaki trousers.

Re/Done 70s Runner Shoe in Green Suede ($395)

It sneakers, It color.

Nike Daybreak Sneakers ($90)

Love to see the subtle '70s vibes.

Mango Leather Mixed Sneakers ($80)

If you prefer logo-free sneakers, these are for you.

Vans U Classic Slip-Ons ($90)

This patchwork pair is such a main-character style.

Athletic Propulsion Labs TechLoom Breeze Mesh Sneakers ($200)

I'm obsessed with this color.

Golden Goose Superstar Leather Sneakers ($530)

For all the Golden Goose devotees out there.

Mango Leather Mixed Sneakers ($80)

Okay, Mango is really stepping up its sneaker game.

Zara Contrasting Color Sneakers ($50)

It wouldn't be a shoe roundup without a Zara entry.

Nike Air Max Pre-Day LX Sneakers ($140)

Net-a-Porter always selects the coolest Nikes.

Reebok MadWomen Club C Double Geo Sneakers ($100)

This collab is clearly not to be missed.

Timberland Chunky-Sole Sneakers ($131)

So good—no wonder they're selling out.

Loewe Ballet Runner Nylon and Leather Sneakers ($590)

Fun fact: Emily Ratajkowski wears these all the time.

Nike Air Max 90 SE Sneakers ($130)

I don't expect this Nordstrom find to stay in stock for long.

Everlane The ReLeather Tennis Shoes ($110)

Good luck finding a more polished pair of sneakers.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star High Top Sneakers ($65)

Converse always delivers.

Vince Blair Sneakers ($230)

Remember what cold feet feel like? Now you don't have to.

Calvin Klein Dafni Sneakers ($89)

The Y2K vibes are strong.

Moonstar All Weather Canvas High-Top Trainers ($228)

Rainy days are about to get chicer.

Veja Rio Branco Sneakers ($140)

If you want to try colored sneakers but also want to play it safe, these are for you.

H&M Quilted Slip-On Shoes ($35)

They come in tan, too, and I kind of just want to get both.

Tory Burch Hank Sneakers ($238)

This style comes in so many cool color combos.

Voile Blanche Julia Shearling Sneakers ($278)

Cozy!

Next up, 8 Pretty Fall Outfits Featuring Just Dresses and Sneakers

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