Ishaan Sachdeva, Director of Alberto Torresi, is an energetic graduate from Sri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University who has created an instrumental role in leading the company to new heights. He has done his Post Graduation from S.P Jain College has introduced many innovative strategies for brand enhancement.
While many of us have accepted a life free of high heels without looking back, it doesn’t mean they’re gone for good. Designers realised this for their fall collections, but ingeniously provided shoppers with very strong go-to choices we’ve seen previously, such as lower-heel slouchy boots, platformed boots, and lug-soled oxfords for those who crave a little height. They also considered our at-home outfit with fuzzy slipper types that offer an indoor/outdoor appeal. So, whether you need a refresh on one of these tried-and-true trends or prefer flats over stilettos, scroll through to see how we’ll be stepping into fall.
While this look has been seen before, we adore it as a textural mainstay in a monochrome ensemble. It’s also quite simple to pair with leggings.
Oxfords with a stoop
This heavy-soled lace-up, a throwback to ’80s British counterculture, is making the rounds again for the forthcoming fall. To spice up a slouchy suit or floral print day dress, swap out your favourite loafers for this heavier-soled style.
This past Spring, platforms were seen on the runways as more solid and comfortable alternatives to stilettos. Unlike natural materials such as wood and straw espadrille versions, the platform returns for Fall in substantial, dark coloured leather boots. Choose these if you want a bold and impactful approach to enhance height under a dress or with extra-long cuffed jeans.