I Spent 4 Hours Shopping for Cool Fall Sneakers so You Don’t Have To


During fall and winter, I basically stick to two types of footwear: boots and sneakers. I actually don’t wear sneakers all that much when it’s hot out, so only shopping for sneakers this time of year has become the norm for me. This year, in particular, I’ve really been on high alert, as comfort is the biggest trend of 2022. And there are so many cool styles on the market that I naturally had to share them.

So what makes sneakers fall sneakers,  you ask? I find the color palette to be key (think camel, red, navy, and off-white) as well as special details like suede, snakeskin, and fur accents. I’ve been on the hunt for sneakers that will look best with sweaters, jeans, and sweatpants, and I will be reserving my athletic sneakers for workouts. If this fits the bill of what you’re looking for too, keep scrolling to shop the 29 stylish fall sneakers I took several hours narrowing down.

Like something your dad wore in the ’80s. 

Kate Bosworth is one of the many celebrity fans of Reebok sneakers. 

A fall update on a classic sneaker style. 

Both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton own a pair of Veja sneakers. 

This olive green feels perfect for fall. 

Yes, Tory Burch is getting into the sneaker game and killing it. 

I didn’t think I’d love mustard-yellow sneakers, but I really do. 

Rag & Bone’s cool sneakers are seriously underrated. 

I love the retro vibes of these kicks. 

For your next (stylish) hiking adventure. 


I love the mix of colors here. 

New Balance never lets me down with its sneaker designs. 

APL sneakers have a cult following because of how comfortable they are. 

The perfect pop of color to add to your black leggings. 

This dusty rose is great for fall. 

In case you want a designer option to splurge on. 

Hurry: These cute checkerboard sneakers are already selling out. 

Yes, you can certainly wear pastel colors well past summer. 

I always love a good collaboration. 

The perfect everyday shoes to wear with skinny jeans. 

Another pair of Rag & Bone shoes you should definitely consider. 

Yes, Asics are back.

These aren’t your typical Converse sneakers—and that’s what I love about them. 

These new arrivals are bound to sell out quickly. 

Who couldn’t use a little extra height? 

If you can’t get your hands on the constantly sold-out Sambas, the Gazelle style is very close in design.

A Hollywood stylist told us that celebrities are obsessed with Off-White sneakers. 

These shoes are giving me ’70s vibes in the best way. 

Next up, These Are the Best Sneakers for Wide Feet, According to a Podiatrist

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