The 7 Best Boot Trends 2020 Has to Offer

We're finally here, people. That's right, it's officially boot season. While we have definitely spend a lot more time wearing slippers than shoes this year, we still need a solid pair of boots to see us through all the wet weather we've been having, plus a few days of snow too. As we find ourselves on the cusp of autumn, we decided to round up the boot trends 2020 has to offer. From fresh new hues to statement-making prints, you'll be amazed at the impact well-chosen pair of boots can have on your existing wardrobe. As such, keep scrolling to see and shop our favourite boot trends of the year so far.

1. CHUNKY-SOLE BOOTS

Style Notes: Track-sole shoes are still reigning supreme right now. Choose from The Row's pair that sell out all the time to & Other Stories green version. 

2. SNAKE PRINT

Style Notes: While printed boots tend to date quite quickly, snake motifs stand the test of time, owing to their largely neutral colour palette. 

3. SQUARE TOE

Style Notes: It's a detail that's taken over every footwear style going (think mules and ballet flats), so it's little wonder that square toes have also cropped up on boots, too. 

4. TWO-TONE

Style Notes: One of the coolest throwback trends we've seen in a while is '60s-style two-tone boots. And they've been given a new lease of life thanks to Wandler. 

5. ECRU

Style Notes: White boots will help your ensembles look fresh whilst keeping your toes toasty.

6. ANKLE-GRAZING WESTERN

Style Notes: While knee-high cowboy boots were all the rage for winter 2019, pairs that are cut down to the ankle are set to be one of the biggest footwear trends of 2020. 

7. GREEN BOOTS

Style Notes: First there was red, then blue, but, right now, the bright hue taking over boots is undoubtedly green. From khaki to moss, wear it with other green tones for instant luxe. 

Opening Image: Style Stalker

Next up, the biggest autumn/winter 2020 fashion trends to know. 

This piece was published at an earlier date and has been updated. 

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