Why we love them: Let's see how this particular silhouette stacks up. With designers like Marni and Derek Lam picking chunky platform iterations that evoke a serious retro vibe and Rachel Roy employing a luxe tassel route to her loafer style, it seems the menswear-inspired loafer isn't going anywhere for Fall. Add brogue details, extra height, and rich autumnal hues into the mix, and you know we're convinced of its cold-weather staying power.
How to wear them: The great thing about a stacked loafer is that it can easily double as a workwear staple or a borrowed-from-the-boys accent to a casual daytime look. For the former, style them with fitted trousers and a silky tucked-in blouse; for the latter, cuff your boyfriend jeans and pair them with a slouchy t-shirt and blazer on top.