Trend Alert: Colorblocking

As we slowly drift into fall, we also begin the transition into a new wardrobe. Suddenly we are trading in our colorful, lightweight outfits for thicker materials in muted colors. But don’t worry, just because summer is bidding us farewell it does not mean we have to surrender our style too!

Colorblocking is the perfect technique to help incorporate interesting pops of color into outfits this fall. You’ll get the best of both worlds — nude tones mixed with bold and vibrant accent colors. Can we all cheers to that?!

Below we’ve compiled a list of our favorite colorblocked Naot shoes.  Which ones are your favorite?

THE PAPAKI

The Papaki is the perfect transition shoe as we go from summer to fall. Open-toed, the Papaki boasts feminine details, like a padded front ruched design and sleek cutout back heel. Shown in teal and latte, the latte will act as a great base color to any outfit while the teal will provide the color pop that sets your outfit over the top.

THE HELM

The Helm remains on our list as the perfect fall bootie; shown in a pecan & olive colorblock, this boot will add a finishing touch to any outfit this fall! The Helm bootie has a double-zipper for an easy on-off, as well as a small heel for some added height.

THE LEILANI

Mixed-finish leathers and trendy faux buckles help this shoe mix comfort and style with ease. The Leilani is the perfect shoe to just slip on and go while matching any fall outfit in your closet!

THE GROOVY

For those who are looking for a rugged-chic option, the Groovy is the perfect boot for you. This unique bootie has double zippers and a lace-up front, as well as mixed-leathers, to provide lots of interesting details. Prepare yourself for tons of compliments!

Love what you see? Get these colorblocked beauties from Simons Shoes.

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