"A woman with good shoes is never ugly" - Coco Chanel A new season means new shoes, here are the three styles I think every woman should own to keep her feet fashionable during the Autumn, a great balance between style and function: The number one footwear item that every woman should have in her collection. The most versatile shoe - perfect with everything from jeans to skirts and dresses. First up comes heel height, are you a classic Chelsea flat, a modern western stacked heel or a sophisticated stiletto? Personally I always go with a western stack heel, they go with everything and are super comfy yet stylish. Ankle boots are a great way to add colour, texture or a bold print to a simplistic outfit - tassels, fringing and the classic leopard print are all favourites of mine especially when teamed with a little black dress or jeans. Not everyone's cup of tea but I am a woman who appreciates a good flat, especially in our busy lives when heels are just not appropriate but we still want our tootsies to look fabulous. The latest styles allow us to add a touch of quirky to the jeans and tee uniform so many of us love. Some like a simple monochrome style, others love a good tassel or print but my favourites are the above slogan "bee happy" loafers (very Charlotte Olympia - totally lusting after a pair of Kitty flats) as well as the intricate floral lace brogues - both are cute and would add something special to my skinny jeans or go to little black dress. Every woman should own at least one pair of statement heels, not your classic everyday heel but something adorned with beautiful detailing. Gone are the days of just sparkle, now is the era of anything goes - pompoms, stripes, butterflies, flowers, lacing to name a few. A style to embrace and have fun with, think Sophia Webster and go for the most outrageous you can. I love the idea of wearing a statement shoe everyday, teaming a with slim leg trousers for work like the grey pompom and rust trousers combo above. If you could choose only one style for Autumn which would it be?