Shoes You Can Wear (Almost) Everywhere This Fall

Slip these on and strut into fall in style.

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Men, in case you weren’t aware, I want you to know this is your official permission to get “basic white girl levels” of excited about fall. No matter your gender, race, or creed, fall is just damn delightful. Beautiful leaves descend all around you, and it’s the season of tasty soul-warming treats, and, of course, the clothes are all about coziness. While everyone is focusing on flannel and chunky sweaters, don’t forget that your feet need a seasonal upgrade too. If you’re looking for some fall footwear, here are a few ideas to get you started.

Clarks Men’s Bushacre 2 Chukka Boot

Available in 30 fall-friendly colors these boots are perfect for pumpkin picking, campfire snuggling or long, crisp walks around the park. Over 5,800 people gave this shoe a 4 out of 5 stars, saying it fit comfortably and arrived well. The only tip they really offered consumers was to go half a size down, as the shoe itself tends to run large.

Go Tour Men’s Premium Genuine Leather Casual Slip on Loafers Breathable Driving Shoes Fashion Slipper

This casual leather loafer is perfect for those autumn days that aren’t quite cold and yet not quite warm. These loafers have two functions. With the back heel up, they work as a comfy driving shoe (meaning they aren’t means for extensive walks). And if you want to putz around the house in style, simply fold the head down and use as a upscale house slipper.

JIEANTE Men’s Walking Shoes Slip On Sneakers Fashion Casual Shoes Ultra Lightweight Athletic Gym Shoes

A mix between a casual sneaker and a dress shoe, this athleisure footwear is perfect for tossing the ball around in the front yard and transitioning to dinner. The leather tongue adds to the style and we love the rich color the actual sneaker is. It comes in three sleek colors, but the best part of all is that these are no-lace slip on shoes—meaning we won’t have to change to go out.

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