2013 Fall Trend Report: Wine Colored Shoes

Carrying over from seasons past, the color ‘wine‘ aka ‘oxblood’ or ‘burgundy’, will still be a major wardrobe staple this Fall. Keep in mind that this deep red is a great alternative to your standard black or brown booties that tend to dominate your Autumn/Winter wardrobe. The color also pairs nicely, like many fine wines, with other bright and bold flavors. Give it a try!

For inspiration, I picked some of my favorite cabernet-colored styles.  I find that these pair beautifully with a navy, army green, or for an unexpected twist you can pair it with a pop of turquoise. I’m never a fan of being too “matchy”–stick to wearing this color on one clothing item only–but it would be fabulous to wear this color with a matching lipstick!

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These killer oxblood wedges would look fierce with a leopard print skirt, an army-green anorak, a leather backpack, and aviators. Complement the look with turquoise earrings for a surprisingly appealing color-combo.  JustFab – Danya – $54.99

 

The chunky, burgundy heel is a comfortable, everyday shoe that looks great with acid wash skinny jeans, a biker-inspired jacket, stacks of bold rings in jade and onyx, and sleek black tote. For extra attitude, pair this wine look with deep ruby lips. Steve Madden – Gabby – $69.99

 

Try styling a pair of wine-colored booties with simple jeans, a tweed peplum top, and a navy tote for a classy, casual weekend look. Perfect look for a wine-tasting getaway in the mountains! BCBGMaxazria – Night – $349.99

What are you waiting for? Try this trend! Let us know what you think in the comments below or check us out on Facebook.

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