4 New Shoe Trends You Need to Try Now

As if you even needed another reason to buy shoes.

Liam Canning

The catwalks offer more than clothing cues; shoe trends start on the runway, too. Here, four fun ways to step out in style this season—as told in GIFs.

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The Trend: Beatlemania
Liam Canning

Leave the traditional Beatle boot to the boys and try this two-tone, pointed-toe loafer instead.

Circus by Sam Edelman Farrah Brahman Hair and Leather Loafers, $80, lordandtaylor.com; Design Lab Lord & Taylor Knit Skinny Pants, $78, lordandtaylor.com

The Trend: Victoriana
Liam Canning

No need to go gothic and brooding head-to-toe; juxtapose a dark, romantic floral piece with nude, strappy lace-up booties.

Vince Camuto Fionna Lace-Up Suede Sandals, $159, lordandtaylor.com; Trina Turk Kael Floral Skirt, $268, lordandtaylor.com; Trina Turk Jac Floral Jacket, $568, lordandtaylor.com

The Trend: Gilded Age
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Rugged, utility-inspired work boots get a feminine upgrade with stacked heels and glitzy gold hardware.

GUESS Gandy Leather Ankle Boots, $169, lordandtaylor.com; BCBG Max Azria Arissa Asymmetrical Overlay Dress, $110.60, lordandtaylor.com

The Trend: Fringe Benefits
Liam Canning

Serious question: With the playful trim swinging dramatically from these boots, why would anyone even bother adding accessories?

Schutz Evelize Suede Knee-High Boots, $300.20, lordandtaylor.com; Design Lab Lord & Taylor Faux Leather Pants, $59, lordandtaylor.com

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