Build Your Fall Shoe Capsule With Estilo Boutique

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It’s time to talk about shoes! The fall 2020 season is all about comfort, practicality,
and function. That being said, there is no reason we can’t rock the current shoe trends.
Estilo Boutique Owner, Stephanie O’Neill Coultress shares fall shoe trends that are must-haves.

1. Flats or Basic Mules in a Neutral Color

2. Open Mules

Mules are a huge fashion trend. These open-toe mules are a great transition from summer to fall and are the perfect Austin shoe. They can be dressy or casual when paired with denim.

3. Sneakers

Fun Sneakers are a must in every season. The big trend right now is pairing your sneakers with a dressier outfit (i.e. dress, midi skirt, or flirty blouse). Plus, you can never go wrong pairing with your loungewear for a comfy yet chic look.

4. Black Bootie

Every gal, I repeat, every gal should own a great black bootie with a solid heel. This is a shoe staple that will elevate any outfit. You can pair with a black Moto jacket, tee, and jeans for a casual look, or with your favorite dress.


Estilo is a contemporary women’s and men’s clothing boutique in the heart of Tarrytown in Casis Village. They focus on delivering a curated collection of national and international brands through a trusting personalized shopping experience. Estilo literally translates to style in Spanish, and that is the focus of both the clothing and the space.

Founded in 2005 by Stephanie Coultress O’Neill, Estilo has continued to redefine itself and influence the style in Austin. Prior to opening Estilo, Stephanie received a Masters in Psychology from the University of Texas and had a private practice for child and family therapy. The core values of Estilo are deeply rooted in providing retail therapy and making customers feel confident and stylish through their attire. Stephanie truly has a gift of connecting with people.

To shop online go to and give them a follow on Instagram for some style inspo @Estilo_Austin.

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