Thick soled boots that we predict will be a hit this fall

Spark Global Limited Reports:

The theme of 21 autumn and winter’s hottest boot trend can be summed up as: bigger is better. Athletic soles and combat boots slipped (or rather, stomped on) into the wardrobes of fashion’s best-dressed during 2019 and 2020, but they weren’t content with half measures, and chunky boots seem to have taken another step this year. Please wear thick soled knee-high boots.
Bottega Veneta, one of the first brands to offer XXL knee-length dresses, showed a signature, motorcycle-inspired boot at its AUTUMN/winter 19 show. Other brands quickly followed, but it was only this year that tall boots began to compete with classic chunky Chelsea boots and lace-ups. Now the high street has jumped on the bandwagon, with Arket, & Other Stories and even Marks and Spencer (yes, really) offering their own knee-length platform boots.
Style-wise, you can treat this trend like any thick-soled boot. However, wide-leg jeans (one word: pants) don’t work well, unless, of course, you’re stacking jeans on top of them. Personally, I think they work best with a sophisticated summer dress or a knit miniskirt. Due to their oversized size, I also think they do a good job of creating interesting costume proportions. Think of an oversized belted blazer paired with black leggings and chunky knee-high boots. But there are actually lots of ways to explain this trend — the key is to make it your own.