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Thinking about fall shoes? I'm sharing my tried and true comfortable shoes for cooler weather that ACTUALLY last a full day on my feet!
I asked you guys over on Instagram stories what fall outfits items you were searching for, and the two top responses? Comfortable shoes (a lot of you are teachers too and wanted to know about shoes that were comfortable enough for all day with teacher outfits) and cozy fall cardigans. The cardigans post is coming, and today, I wanted to share all of my favorite comfortable shoes for cooler weather.
Comfortable Shoes for Fall
B.O.C Clogs: I love love love clogs, luckily they're super on trend. And there's a reason teachers have been wearing them for decades (on or off trend). Find the right pair and they're perfect with jeans and sweaters or cute fall dresses.
Shop my Favorite Fall Clogs:
TOMS: I know, I talk about TOMS shoes a LOT. But I love them. I recently snagged this black pair in my recent Stitch Fix (you can see all the details in the September edition of my Stitch Fix Reviews). They're the most comfortable pair I've owned yet, and I've already worn them to work more time than I care to admit.
Blush Converse: Another mainstay for casual comfortable shoes? Converse. I snagged this pair of blush colored converse during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale and they're already a staple in my wardrobe.
Boots: Don't boots just SCREAM fall shoes? When it comes to Fall Outfits, boots are my absolute favorites. I've owned the same tan over the knee boots for a couple years, and last year I snagged a black pair as well. I wore them both ALL Fall and Winter with leggings and dresses. The great news? They're high quality so they'll last at least another year or two……totally worth the investment.
Booties: One more must have comfortable shoe for Fall? A great pair of booties. I wore my favorite pair a ton last year with dresses, and with skinny jeans. They're a great way to transition lighter dresses to Fall, and to add a little pizazz to jeans and a basic tee shirt.