October 2019

Fall footwear & fashions: picks from AVE Styles

About Alex Evjens
For fall, we partnered with Alex Evjens, from the AVE Styles blog, to create these fresh, seasonal looks.

Alex has been dubbed “Pinterest queen” by her peers, and deemed by Business Insider and
InStyle Magazine one of the Top Pinners to follow.

Fall is officially in the air, and with the turn of the leaves comes the turn of our wardrobes and shoe collections. There are a million and one boot and heel styles, potentially making the hunt for the right shoe can be overwhelming. 

Garnet Hill has curated a great selection of shoes for fall, and the perfect clothes to complement your footwear (or should it be the other way around?). I found that exploring the collection made my hunt for fall shoes very easy this year. 

Here are some of my picks:


Faux-Snakeskin Block Heels
These heels are versatile enough to be worn any time of year. The black and cream in the pattern make them easy to match, and faux snakeskin continues to be a big trend that I am delighted to sport. The block heel is not only a design detail that I love, and it also makes these shoes comfortable all day long.

I paired these shoes with a black EILEEN FISHER button-down t-shirt dress. It’s an easy, breezy outfit. I threw on a cashmere sweater over the dress to incorporate the tan. Black tights could be added to this outfit for the cooler temps ahead.


Leather Lace-Up Boots
These boots had me at first sight. The styling fondly brings me back to the ‘90s. You can pair these boots with jeans to create an easy, cozy fall outfit, but I loved the idea of wearing them with a long floral skirt. Sometimes matching casual pieces with dressier items can be a fun and quirky way to spice up your fall looks.

Some fall days can’t make up their mind as to what temperature they want to be. You can wear this outfit with a tank top, and throw a sweater over it for the cooler temps.

All in all, I’m ready for fall with these versatile boots and heels.


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