There are so many fall 2012 trends when it comes to boots, that it is very challenging to name just a few of them. If we look at Fall-Winter 2012-2013 Ready-To-Wear collections, there are several major boots trends which just “jump” at us:
Ankle High Boots. We have seen them in many major fashion houses collections. Some of them are more feminine than others, some of them are more sporty-looking, but there is no doubt that ankle-high boots are going to be one of the major fall 2012 fashion trends.
I particularly liked how ankle boots were worn with leg warmers in Victoria Beckham Fall 2012 collection – it gives somewhat sporty and casual feel to the outfit.
Burberry Prorsum collection, on the other hand, suggested very feminine-style boots. I do believe that this kind of boots will be a great addition to any fashionable business woman’s wardrobe, because they look classy and trendy at the same time.
Military Style Boots. If the ankle-high boots seem like too much of femininity to you, and you would like something bolder, tougher and more masculine, you may like military style boots.
Again, I would like to illustrate this fall 2012 boots trend with an example from Victoria Beckham collection. This kind of boots look truly masculine and bold, and I am pretty sure, that there are fashionistas out there who would love to incorporate military-style boots in their wardrobes this fall.
Not necessarily military-style boots have to look really masculine. Very feminine and fragile-looking boots may just have some military-style elements, as we saw that in Fendi Fall 2012 Collection. By the way, I really like the combination of khaki and dark blue colors here.
Above Knee Boots. Very high boots is one of fall 2012 trends which are not going to get unnoticed. You will probably see a lot of above-knee boots this fall. If you watched Altuzarra Fall 2012 Collection, you would know exactly what I am talking about. There were many other collections which presented above-knee boots as one of the hottest trend for fall-winter 2012-2013.
Combined Color Boots. Fall 2012 Fendi Collection proves us that color blocking continues to be trendy this fall 2012. This time we saw lots of color blocking in boots. There were many fabulous boots presented at fall-winter 2012-2013 fashion show. Here are just a couple of my personal favorites.
Fall 2012 Balenciaga Collection also featured many interesting and inimitable combined-color boots. I particularly liked this couple of boots because of the bright colors. After all, fall is also about bright and warm colors!
Bright Color Boots. Not only fall 2012 Mulberry collection surprised us all by the look of humongous furry purses, but it also brought to our attention very bright colored boots.
There are blue crocodile-leather boots. By the way it is hard not to notice that alligator gracing is also going to be trendy this fall.
There are also bright orange furry boots like this pair! If you have something like this in your wardrobe, you are guaranteed not to have fall-time blues!
Speaking of Furry Boots, there were many other major fashion houses which featured furry boots in their collection, such as 3.1 Phillip Lim. This pair of boots looks very interesting due to the furry fabric combined with leather.
How can I not mention fall 2012 Bluemarine Collection, which was abound with various boots ideas for the fall.
Leopard Printed Boots are one of the ideas. Not that we haven’t seen leopard-printed shoes ever before, but Bluemarine collection gave this print a new meaning. All-leopard-printed outfit would have not been that unforgettable and bold if it was not for leopard-printed boots!
Metallic Boots. Again, Bluemarine Fall 2012 Collection was very bold and funky, because the whole outfit was made from metallic shiny fabric, boots included!
I hope you enjoyed this post on what kinds of boots are in style this fall and you found something particularly appealing to your taste. Stay tuned for my next post in which I am going to talk about major shoe trends for fall-winter 2012-2013.
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