The 8 Most Important Shoe Trends of Winter 2020

Yusra Siddiqui
·3 min read

While it just seems like fall started only a minute ago, winter is officially around the corner and in true Who What Wear fashion, we're here to report on the newest trends you'll want to wear all season long. Today's topic is shoes, and If you're like me and already have your staple footwear but are looking to spice things up a little, you've come to the right place.

Follow along as we take you through the winter 2020 shoe trends we really want you t know about. The best part? In case you feel like shopping for some new pair of shoe this season, I included styles for each trend that you can buy now. From storm-ready boots to blinged-out loafers, everything you'll need to know about the coolest F/W 20 footwear is straight ahead.

It's time to bring out all the stops with your footwear this season. From gemstone detailing to a little additional sparkle on your heels, this shoe trend is perfect for the holiday season.

Alexandre Birman Madelina Loafers ($425)

Roger Vivier Tempête Viv' Crystal-Embellished Rubber Rain Boots ($995)

Zara Sparkly Strap Heeled Sandals ($60)

We found your new stomping boots. This boot style will add the perfect amount of edge to any outfit.

Sam Edelman Lydell Mixed Media Combat Boot ($149.95)

Dr. Martens Jadon Smooth Leather Platform Boots ($180)

Grenson 13 Eye Chromexcel Leather Ankle Boots ($510)

Your grandpa's favorite pair of shoes is getting an upgrade. From pointed toes to added embellishments, these aren't your average pair of loafers.

Loewe Perforated Leather Loafers ($690)

Mango Chain Loafers ($120)

Louise Et Cie Espen Loafer ($56)

This "ugly" shoe trend has officially made its way into our hearts, and we're not mad about it. With a pair of clogs, be prepared to be ultra-comfy this winter.

Zara Faux Fur Lined Buckle Clogs Trf ($70)

JW Anderson Embellished Leather Mules ($532)

Birkenstock Boston Genuine Shearling Lined Clog ($165)

From JW Anderson to Ashley Williams, designers have taken note that comfort is key right now. While we mostly keep the faux fur to our jackets, it's time to add the cozy touch to the fashion scene.

Steve Madden Steve Madden Vesa Clog Slipper ($50)

Birkenstock Arizona Genuine Shearling Slide Sandal ($150)

Coach Holly Slippers ($275)

This isn't the western fringe you were used to. Not only is the detail on boots, but the runways introduced the embellishment on heels, and loafers too.

Zara Low Heel Fringed Loafers ($50)

Christian Louboutin Courtain Ankle Fringe Pointed Toe Pump ($945)

Free People Wild Rose Slouch Fringe Boot ($198)

As someone who's 5'3, I can appreciate this trend, I'm ready to reach new heights with a pair of chunky platform boots, you won't regret it. Whether you want a more neutral pair like Victoria Beckham or a fun print like Dries Van Noten, there's an option for you.

Simon Miller High Raid Boot ($670)

H&M Platform Ankle Boots ($50)

Bottega Veneta Leather Platform Ankle Boots ($1420)

Take on anything the weather throws at you with this boot trend. Perfect for hiking, or just making a statement when the weather starts to drop.

Urban Outfitters Tina Hiker Boot ($98)

Sorel Caribou Fleece-Trimmed Nubuck and Rubber Snow Boots ($160)

Moncler Carol Rubber-Trimmed Textured-Leather Ankle Boots ($700)

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