Discover the best transitional shoes you can (and will) wear. Every. Single. Day.

Could there be anything worse than hot feet? Well, yes actually. Cold feet.

What if we told you that you didn’t need to carry a change of shoes to handle the indecisive autumn weather? Some shoes are obviously hot weather only (hello open-toed sandals) or best suited to freezing temperatures (moon boots) – but at FitFlop we have some clever styles that work just as well on an unexpectedly chilly morning as they do on that freakishly warm October day.

It’s our MO to eliminate uncomfortable shoes in every style. We believe in supportive, posture-enhancing, lightweight and stylish footwear that’ll empower you to live your best life.

We also know if your feet are unhappy, it impacts negatively on your day. It’s always hard to predict what kind of weather we’ll get, especially in autumn. Sometimes you open your door to an Indian summer. Other times lashings of rain. Then perhaps a cold snap. Sometimes this happens all in one day. Here are the shoes you need to be prepared for anything.

Knot leather ankle boots

These boots work brilliantly well in balmier temperatures. Pair them with a long, loose skirt and t-shirt. In less clement conditions the chunky, slip-resistant sole and robust leather construction mean feet are kept cosy. On those occasions, team with jeans and your favourite jumper.

Knot leather ankle boots

These boots work brilliantly well in balmier temperatures. Pair them with a long, loose skirt and t-shirt. In less clement conditions the chunky, slip-resistant sole and robust leather construction mean feet are kept cosy. On those occasions, team with jeans and your favourite jumper.

Rally leather sneakers

Leather sneakers are the perfect all-weather shoe. When temperatures are high, pair them with floaty dresses or lightweight cotton trousers. (The lined uppers and mesh footbed allow your feet to breathe). When it’s rainy and cold, team them with cropped wool trousers and an on-trend cable knit.

Rally leather sneakers

Leather sneakers are the perfect all-weather shoe. When temperatures are high, pair them with floaty dresses or lightweight cotton trousers. (The lined uppers and mesh footbed allow your feet to breathe). When it’s rainy and cold, team them with cropped wool trousers and an on-trend cable knit.

Lena patent loafers

Lena loafers = the ultimate in versatility. The minimalist design combined with the patent material creates a shoe that can easily be dressed up or down. On good weather days they look great with bare legs and a casual vibe. On rainy ones, they work with a suit or dress with tights or socks. Unlike some patent shoes they always feel comfortable and breathable.

Lena patent loafers

Lena loafers = the ultimate in versatility. The minimalist design combined with the patent material creates a shoe that can easily be dressed up or down. On good weather days they look great with bare legs and a casual vibe. On rainy ones, they work with a suit or dress with tights or socks. Unlike some patent shoes they always feel comfortable and breathable.

Alice over-the-knee sock boots

At first glance these might look like winter-only wear (and indeed they look great worn over skinny jeans and paired with an oversized jumper), but these boots also work with flirty lightweight skirts and dresses when the weather is better. The second-skin fabric is comfortable in higher temperatures and cuts out wind and cold as winter kicks in.

Alice over-the-knee sock boots

At first glance these might look like winter-only wear (and indeed they look great worn over skinny jeans and paired with an oversized jumper), but these boots also work with flirty lightweight skirts and dresses when the weather is better. The second-skin fabric is comfortable in higher temperatures and cuts out wind and cold as winter kicks in.