Our Favorite Fall Flats
Check out our picks for fall flats—they’ll keep you on trend, in style, and out of pain.
The beginning of fall means the start of new routines and a need for refreshing your wardrobe. From packed daytime schedules to evening club meetings, agendas are full and you’ll likely be running to and from engagements aiming to be on time and looking put-together. This high-speed living combined with long days of stylish game day tailgating on the weekend requires walkable (and sometimes runnable!) shoes. But, don’t think that it means you have to sacrifice looks. To keep your fall shoe style on point, we've pulled some seasonal favorites for cute flat shoes.
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Dark teal accessories are easier to pull off than you might think. Because it’s a complementary color to brown it goes with almost everything your cognac slip-ons would, but it’s far more interesting. We’re loving the detail on the heel; tiny enamel spikes add subtle edge.
Sam Edelman 'Reyanne' Spike Rand Pointy Toe Flat, $109.95; nordstrom.com
We love this new take on the d’orsay flat with thick cross straps, and a zip-up back that makes it easy to get into, and not at risk for slipping off while walking.
Caslon 'Aubry' Pointy Toe Flat, $99.95; nordstrom.com
Laced Up Flats
We’re totally on board with the lace-up trend that we’re seeing everywhere this fall. This pair, in leopard calf hair can make your look. Pairing with something minimal like a little black dress or solid top and jeans to really make this shoe pop.
Callisto 'Rian' Ghillie Lace Pointy Toe Flat, $69.95; nordstrom.com
A metallic flat can up the ante of any outfit. Pair with jeans and a blazer, for an effortlessly cool look.
Topshop 'Kimi' Loafer, $68; nordstrom.com
Olive-Hued Suede Shoe
You can’t go wrong with a classic loafer in a soft suede and olive hue. This style runs a little large and like all flats, they will stretch with wear, so we recommend ordering a half size down.
Kristin Cavallari 'Chandy' Loafer, $118.95; nordstrom.com
We love Frye’s take on a tasseled loafer. In the color of the season, it’s polished, preppy and even a little edgy. What else could you ask for in shoe?
Frye 'Erica' Venetian Loafer, $277.95; nordstrom.com