It may be September, aka “fall-ish”, but if you live in Texas, or somewhere warmer, it is going to be warmer out for at least the next couple of months. September can be kind of an awkward/transitional month, so we wanted to share how we would style three different shoe options, and how you can wear them depending on what your weather is (cooler or warmer).Since it is too warm for boots, we love a transitional bootie that you really can wear all year, but especially in the fall. They are super comfy, and can be worn with dresses, jeans, shorts, and leggings. We love a peep toe version for more of these transitional months because you can still show off your cute pedicure and tan. This one in particular is actually really comfortable, despite the height it gives you. The olive color is a great neutral and something different than the typical tan or browns. This one also comes in a few other colors.
We styled these booties with some dark ripped jeans and a grey v-neck tee. We love this outfit for a casual date night, traveling, or just to run some errands.
If you’re looking for a closed-toed bootie, this dark green pair is a great option. It is also a good neutral and can be worn with shorts, jeans, and leggings. We love that these have a flat heel, so they’re comfy to run around in all day.We styled these booties with some cuffed denim shorts and a light sweater, perfect to transition into fall!They also look super cute with jeans!
Not going to lie, we were not totally on board with the mule trend when it started last year, but now, we absolutely LOVE them! This pair is super cute because they’re embroidered. We love these with jeans or with some black leggings. You can dress these up or down! They would be super cute with a black dress and denim jacket, too.DSW had a variety of shoes (our favorite is booties) to help you transition into the fall months. They have tons of brands and styles for everyone in your family, you will absolutely find something you’ll love.
This post was created in partnership with DSW. All opinions expressed in the post are my own and not those of DSW.