This year sure has been a wild ride so far! With everything that has been going on, it feels like summer really flew by. Although a lot of us have had enough time to adjust to whatever our new day-to-day life looks like due to COVID-19, there are still some things that take a little getting used to. For instance, having to wear a mask everywhere you go and not being able to high-five your friends or hug your elderly neighbor. Also, a lot of people may feel as though their routine for getting ready in the morning has suffered because of having to wear masks. But don't worry – there are still ways that we can make a fashion statement even with half of our face is covered. Of course, by that ... we mean your shoes! So, in order to help keep up with the latest fashion trends, here are some of the best shoe colors for the fall of 2020.
It is not secret that beige tones have been a fall favorite for years, and this year it is no different. Beige tones can come in various shades, ranging from pale pink to deeper, woodsy tans. These shades help to give an outdoorsy and elegant vibe while still remaining trendy. Owning a pair of shoes in this color will be sure to elevate your closet.
Bold and Blue Shoes
Although there were many shades of blue making their debut on the fashion scene this year, the most well loved were the bold blue choices made by eye catching designers. Wearing clothes that are both bold and blue are sure to keep your outfits looking fresh, all while doing it all in style--and, if you need the perfect pair of shoes to match, then we have perfect thing for you! These shoes also add a little bit of flare by using an awesome hand designed pattern.
Differing shades of grey were seen aplenty this year during the 2020 fall fashion scene. As with some of the most popular looks this year, most of the colors on this list were seen head-to-toe, only differing in shade or hue. In order to pull this monochromatic statement off correctly, you must try to incorporate various tones, shades, and fabrics of the same color. The same can be said for grey. If you are trying to pull off that effortless monochromatic look, or just need a trendy new pair of grey shoes, then look no further, here is a great handmade pair of shoes in the perfect shade of grey!
Almond Milk or Oatmeal Shoes
One of the more subtle colors popular among the trendiest designers this year was almond milk or oatmeal. Many high end designers were bringing this dreamy and creamy color to life with monochromatic looks, giving an overwhelming sense of elegance and luxury, making this one of the easiest colors to incorporate into your closet this year!
It seems that black is, well, the new black during fall of 2020--although I’m not sure that this color ever truly went out of style. However, this year, all of the experts can agree that black is anything but boring. A quality pair of black shoes will always be a go-to necessity. So, if you have never had a pair of black shoes, then now may be the time to try. Consider adding one of these popular pair of sneakers to your wardrobe for those days where black seems like the only choice.
Celery Green Shoes
Now, this is a color not normally seen during the fall runway season, but this year it was a welcoming and extremely fresh debut. This yellow-green color is surprisingly crisp and botanical, helping to add a sense of optimism on what would otherwise be a dry and dull fall/winter day. Using celery green as a pop of color will surely put some pep in your step!
Red Wine Shoes
A color that is making a splash all over the runway this season for fall 2020 is red wine. We are no strangers to seeing shades of red on the runway during the fall season, but this year there were many different shades of cherry reds and deep, dark red wine colors. For that more laidback and "sporty chic" look, try out a pair of these popular Your Turn shoes handcrafted by COMUNITYmade. Keep in mind, all of COMUNITYmade’s handmade shoes are made and available for all genders.
Canary Yellow Shoes
Another hot color taking center stage this year, all over the runway and in fashion magazines, is canary yellow. Of course, there were other fashion designers using different shades of bright, vibrant yellow or a softer butter tone, so picking up a great pair of shoes in this color range is sure to make a major fashion statement! If a bright pop of yellow sounds like your kind of jam, then check out these great pair of shoes.
Bright Orange Shoes
Bright orange shades were seen paired with a wide range of colors. The citrus pop of orange will be sure to liven up anyone's fall wardrobe this year, and it can also be paired with many different colors. Lively orange shades help give a sense of confidence and creativity, so be sure to try this color out in your wardrobe soon!
These are just some of the most popular colors seen during fall 2020. If there is shade of color that you would love to own a pair of shoes in, but have found it to be extremely difficult to find, COMUNITYmade can handcraft it specifically for you! There is nothing like owning a pair of shoes handcrafted just for your feet. We use only the highest quality of materials and the most experienced artisans to help bring your shoe vision to life. Keeping up with the latest trends can sometimes be hard, but owning a great pair of handcrafted shoes will never go out of style!
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