Flip flops and gladiator sandals are all well and good, but come Autumn/Winter there’s nothing quite like a new pair of boots.

 

And while we are loving this year’s backless loafer trend, with plenty of rain guaranteed for the coming months, we think a decent pair of boots would fare the Irish fashionista that bit better.

 

On that note, here are three of our favourite boot trends for Autumn/Winter.

 

The Sock Boot: Sock boots are everywhere this season and with every colour, texture and heel height to choose from, there’s bound to be a pair to suit all tastes.

Public Desire

 

 Public Desire

 

Topshop 

 

Missguided 

 

River Island

 

ASOS

 

The Trophy Boot: Why not let your feet do the talking with a pair of on point trophy boots?  From soft floral embroidery to stand-out animal prints, the trophy boot is one of A/W16’s best trends.

 

Miss Selfridge

 

Miss Selfridge

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Nasty Gal

 

Nasty Gal

 

ASOS

 

River Island

 

The Over-The-Knee Boot: This style was everywhere last winter and with The Guardian dubbing it the “footwear [trend] of the decade” we don’t think it’s going anywhere fast.  Whether worn with a short suede skirt or over a pair of jeans, the over-the-knee boot will have you Autumn/Winter ready. 

Public Desire

 

River Island

 

H&M 

 

Boohoo 

 

Nasty Gal

 

Zara

 

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