Steve Madden boots, $70 (compare at $110). The perfect boot with just the right amount of slouch in wear-with-everything black leather.
Here's a sampling of the new-for-fall shoe styles you might see at Marshalls store in your area. During a recent trip, I spotted many of the latest trends—knee-high boots, peep-toe booties, platform pumps, leopard flats, to name a few—with brand names such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Michael Kors, Kate Spade, Steve Madden, Frye and many more. Definitely hit up a store with a Shoe Megashop department for the best selection. I didn't buy any shoes on this particular trip, just doing some preliminary "research" before I make any decisions.
DVF suede pumps, $150 (compare at $430). Love the hidden platform on these and the subtle yet sexy shape.
Frye Clogs, $59.99 (compare at $120). I've been tempted to get some wedge clogs after a la MK Olsen, but I'm not sure I the skills to make these homely shoes look cool. On me. But they definitely have potential!
kate spade woven flats, $100 (compare at $218). No need to sacrifice style for comfort with these playful flats by kate spade.
Michael Michael Kors pumps, $70 (compare at $120). The ivory acted like a nude and made my pale legs look miles long, while the purple's perfect for fall.
Michael Michael Kors lace-up oxford heels, $60 (compare at $100). Imagine the mustard-yellow hue on a crisp autumn day. Love it.
Seychelles slingbacks, $40 (compare at $75). Metallics like these can be worn day or night for a touch of vintage glamour.
Enzo Angiolini, $100 (compare at $200). Gold stud detailing gives these low-wedge boots a sophisticated military feel.
Think Marshalls when you're looking for fall basics like dark denim and plaid.
Marshalls had dozens of handbags in all shades of red from designers such as B. Makowsky, Nine West, Hype, Jessica Simpson and many more.