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This Shoe Line Has Us Dreaming Of Fall (Well, Kind Of)

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    Sure, we may only be in the early days of spring, but we’re already thinking fall. And, no, not because we’re counting the days until cooler temps set in — it’s barely warm now — but because the fashion we’ve spotted over the last few months is simply too good. And, we don’t just mean what we've seen on the runways. English shoemaker H by Hudson has totally stepped up its game, too.

    The heritage brand that launched its men's contemporary label in 2004 and women’s in 2008 recently released its fall ’14 images. And, while the selection may be composed of tried-and-true Chelsea boots, brogues, and slip-ons in wear-with-everything colors, the accompanying lookbook is anything but basic. The new collection of covetable kicks is infused into some pretty wacky situations — crazy feet galore, models popping out of boxes and hanging with cartoon-like animals, and more. Click through to peep what we’re talking about. And, since you won’t be able to actually buy the shoes you see here for a few months, we’ve added in a few current spring styles to shop now. Step to it.

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