Three pairs of shoes every woman should own

Classic Shoe Styles 3 Women Clarks DalhartSorbet

Brace yourselves, ladies – autumn is almost upon us.

While the changing of the leaves and the arrival of Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Lattes will give you something to look forward to this season, the changing footwear styles certainly may not; at these transitory times of the year, many trend-focused fashionistas are left feeling confused, overwhelmed, and frustrated.

Luckily for you, I’m here to help. With the vast selection of “on trend” footwear styles for each season, I know that it can get pretty intimidating to pick and choose those with true staying power. That’s why I’ve compiled this list of classic-yet-current styles for you to keep your eyes on for this season and beyond.

Classic Shoe Styles_1_Womens_Vionic_AlloraSimple Flat

Simple ballet flats are the LBD’s of the footwear world. In classic shades of black or tan leather, these shoes are especially perfect for either work or casual wear. Pair them with a simple blouse and a pair of slacks for the office, or throw on a pair of jeans and a fitted tee with them to class up a laidback weekend outfit.

Our Pick: Vionic Allora Perforated Flats in White/Navy

 

The classic chicness of a ballet flat meets excellent support in this adorable style. With a removable arch support and a patent toecap, these shoes are the ultimate contender in comfort and class; slide them on with any outfit to discover their unparalleled versatility and ease. Discover More Here

 

Classic Shoe Styles_2_Womens_HushPuppies_EllodieEllisMenswear inspired oxford

These sleek, menswear inspired flats certainly aren’t your dad’s shoes. And, while they’re on-trend for this upcoming season, these classics are here to stay; with their masculine lines and feminine curves, oxfords make for an exciting addition to any outfit. Pair them with boyfriend jeans, a white tee and a blazer for a chic, ultra-masculine look, or try them with structured trousers and a blouse for something a bit more elegant. Discover More Here

Our Pick: Hush Puppies Ellodie Ellis in Light Pink Leather

 

With its classic masculine shape, this oxford is perfect for adding an extra level of edge to any outfit. Its HP3technology also provides soft foam comfort to cushion your foot as you walk, making it an excellent choice for everyday wear.

 

Three pairs of shoes every woman should ownPumps

Finally, every woman needs a pair of timeless pumps. This season, those with a slightly pointier toe are extremely popular; however, those with a more rounded toe have proven themselves to be an undisputed classic. Either way, a pair of elegant heels can add some lift to both your look and your spirits.

Our Pick: Clarks Dalhart Sorbet in Black Leather

 

A sophisticated 8cm heel and pointed toes make these shoes appropriate for both a day at the office and a night out. Pair them with a pencil skirt and dainty blouse to keep your versatile office-to-outerwear look stylishly intact. Find more GET ALIGNED WOMEN’S SHOES with HEELS Here

So, go forth and conquer fall. With an eye for styles that compile classic elements with contemporary features, you’ll be able to master the trends in no time. And, with our upcoming seasonal selection of chic new footwear, Align Orthotics can help you to rock them in comfort and style.

by Align Custom Fit Footwear

As Founder, President and Head Clinician, Darius is the key visionary for Align Custom Fit Footwear. Darius Dinshaw began his journey into health care field with a B.Sc (hons.) in Kinesiology at York University. Concurrently he joined York's Athletic Therapy Certificate program and has been a practicing Athletic Therapist [CAT(C)] for the past 9 years. Darius continued his education with a focus on strength training as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist [CSCS]. Darius pursued further education to become a Canadian Certified Pedorthist [C.Ped(C)]; specializing in the field of orthotics and biomechanics, while managing a private orthotic clinic. Continually taking educational courses to keep ahead of cutting edge research in his field, he is constantly improving himself as a health care clinician. With his extensive health care experience and passion for fashion, Darius is determined to change the footwear industry forever.

One thought on “Three pairs of shoes every woman should own

  1. Susan Zalis says:

    Thanks for the list of shoes Corrina, I love the first two shoes seems to be a little bit comfortable, in my opinion heels are not for work, especially if you have some pain in the foot, such as the heel and arch discomfort, I like walking shoes with the important features, like cushioning, stability and space for toes, and this is my point and hope you like it 🙂

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