5 Trending Styles for Fall Winter 21 Collection
Bye-bye sneakers and welcome back ballerina flats and men’s lace-ups! Shoewear now embraces minimalist shapes with a few color accents. No frills, nothing over-the-top, but a luxurious simplicity for Fall Winter 2020 2021, with strong attention to quality materials and to timeless silhouettes that defy passing trends
1 – Chelsea and combat boots
Strong styles (including creepers) sharing the same elements: sturdy boots, tread rubber soles, and black leather. Chelsea boots typically feature side elastic bands, while combat boots can go high (even knee-high), features laces, and are often adorned with buckles. This winter we shall wear them also in the evening, in black only, under couture coats and knee-length skirts…
Rosie Rangers (Ritika FW21 Collection)
Monica Booties (Ritika FW21 Collection)
2 – Cowboy boots
Cowboy boots are coming to town and not just accompanied by denim; Louis Vuitton teams them with a shirtdress or voluminous skirts, also puff-style.
Kassidy (Ritika FW21 Collection)
3 – Classic men’s lace-ups
Derby shoes, monk strap shoes and loafers are all men’s styles we will be wearing again. Chloé teams them with skirts or mid-length dresses in subtle hues, and not with formal coords or suits. And adds socks, too, like Gucci.
Jaliyah Derbies (Ritika FW21 Collection)
4 – Thigh-high boots
Also in their vinyl edition, see Saint Laurent, these boots visually replace the classic “boots plus thighs” combo, creating an elegant seamlessness to the leg. They look great with knee-high skirts, also in a wraparound style, or with a deep slit on the side.
Dallas Boots (Ritika FW21 Collection)
5 – Sock boots
They were reintroduced a few years back by Balenciaga, now they’re a go-to piece in every woman’s winter closet. They come in all shapes and materials (neoprene, crochet, second skin leather). This is the design that has caught our eye: camel toned, square toed, stiletto heeled, worn underneath a pair of cuffed jeans. From Balmain.
Aleena Boots (Ritika FW21 Collection)