The moc-toe derby, a.k.a. the fall’s most versatile shoe (for all the reasons we outlined here).
Margaret Howell MHL mocassin shoe
The suede loafer, because this craze ain’t dying down anytime soon.
Oak Street Bootmakers snuff suede bit loafer
Oak Street Bootmakers
The Bean boot, a true New England icon and still your most reliable option when shit really hits the fan weather-wise.
Men’s Bean Boots by L.L.Bean
The cap-toe boot, a fall-ified version of the most essential year-round dress shoe.
Taft The Dragon boot in coffee
The desert boot, an all-time classic that—thanks to the suddenly resurgent Wallabee—is now somehow underrated in the Clarks pantheon.
Clarks desert boot
The fall sneaker, richer and luxer than your white summer beaters.
Common Projects Bball Low sneaker
The buckled Chelsea to mix up your collection.
New Republic “Barnett” suede boot (was $116, 50% off)
And the beefed-up Chelsea for puddly weekend strolls.
Blundstone men’s original 500 boots
The next-level slipper for lazing around the house like a king.
Artemis Design Co. men’s kilim slipper
Artemis Design Co.