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Autumn fashion: 29 of the best heels, sneakers and boots to buy now

Summer may be over but, rather than mourn it's departure, let's celebrate the start of autumn and all the good things that come with it: red leaves, cosy nights in and, above all else, the shoes.

Once you've finally retired your summer sandals and flip flops to the back of your wardrobe for another six months you can start the yearly hunt for the perfect autumn ankle boot, must-have pair of sneakers and mood-boosting high heels.

And with the A/W 2016 catwalks crammed full of goodness including block heels, ankle straps and animal print, there is something to please even the pickiest of shopper.

Scroll through our gallery now to find your perfect match from the new season's 29 best shoes.

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