Woah—did you just feel that? There’s a chill in the air, which it means it’s time to trade your open-toe wedges and flip-flops for ankle boots, brogues, and (only when you’re home alone) a pair of Uggs. If your fall footwear selection is looking a little slim, fret not—we complied a list of the top places to outfit your feet in the latest styles.
- The Office of Angela Scott. Local designer Angela Scott’s handcrafted shoes have been seen on the pages of Glamour, InStyle, and Harpers Bazaar, and we’re lucky enough to have her first boutique in Victory Plaza. Most of the styles sport a thick heel, which will make walking in inclement weather a bit easier. Lusting after: The Mrs. Colin in Scarlett.
- L.bartlett. This West Village shop is the perfect place to pop-in when you’re looking for a new outfit, quick. Their selection of shoes includes sky-high-heels in neutral colors which will match that little black dress you saw walking in. Lusting after: Dolce Vita fringe suede booties.
- Gypsy Wagon. Bohemian babes will find a serious supply of slouchy, broken in boots (including Old Gringo embroidered cowboy boots) here. Lusting after: The fair-trade brand Fortress of Inca‘s ankle booties. Especially these babies.
- Nordstrom. Whether you’re looking for something high-end (think Jimmy Choo, Christian Louboutin, and the like) or more along the lines of Steve Madden and Top Shop, there are boots for every budget at this department store. Lusting after: These patent leather boot with a lucite heel by Attilio Guisti.
- lou lou. This Lovers Lane boutique has been a staple in the Dallas shoe scene for ten years. You’ll see everybody from high school students to your grandmother’s hip friend shopping here. Lusting after: The classic black rain boots, which can be monogrammed.