These 20 Fall Eye Shadow Looks Are Totally Flawless

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These 20 Fall Eye Shadow Looks Are Totally Flawless

Moving into the cooler months is all about finding transitional makeup looks that stand the test of time (and the weather). The departing pops of color and shimmery shades of summer make way for fall's intense neutrals and deeply rich hues. And while we've been counting down the return of warm-toned smoky shades and classic tones, the eviction of bright colors can stump even the most creative eye shadow artist. Luckily for you, we've rounded up the dreamiest eye shadow looks for fall that you'll want to add to your repertoire ASAP.

The classic smoky eye is back for pre-evening appearances. Create a true smoky look by blending a dark gray shade in the crease and smudging an opaque black along the lash line.

You don't need an entire palette of tints and tones to create a truly spectacular eye shadow look. This gorgeous shimmery taupe on the entire lid (from lash line to brow bone) is proof any masterpiece can be a one-shade wonder.

If you're not quite ready to bid adieu to the bright pops of summer, this transitional look is your final curtain call on color. The emerald and gold shimmers add a sunny touch to this smoky look.

Fall is all about the PSL, and a spicy copper is just as necessary on your lids as it is in your cup. This reddish-brown shade with a hint of shimmer on the entire lid instantly warms things up. Pair it with dewy skin and a neutral lip.

There's one thing separating a good eye shadow look from a great one: A contrasting eyeliner. This soft peach tone on the lid brightens up your sun-starved complexion, while the plum wing makes it feel totally fall-appropriate.

Instantly pump up the glam when you upgrade your matte grays for a shimmery silver. Apply it in a winged shape for a space-age look that always feels right.

Make your go-to smoky look feel party-appropriate with the addition of a light-catching gold glitter. Line your entire eye with an inky kajal liner and use your finger to pat a shiny shadow on your entire lid.

Fall screams texture, from faux furs to patent leathers. Work it into your makeup look when you layer an eye gloss over a matte rust-colored shadow.

Orange always feels undeniably fall-appropriate. We love how this makeup look embraces the cozy color in more ways than one. A sweep of this pumpkin-inspired color across your lids looks just as gorge blended on your cheeks. Finish with a graphic yellow eyeliner, and you have all the colors of the season in a single look.

We love a good glitter moment—even in the fall—and this one is by far the easiest to recreate. Use an eye shadow brush to apply a chunky black glitter in your crease. And the best part is the messier it looks, the cooler it feels.

If this rich burgundy eye shadow look doesn't scream fall, we don't know what will. The deep reddish-purple shade is surprisingly wearable, too. It's not far off from a rich brown, but when it catches the light, a burgundy shadow gives you that cool-girl flair only a bold color can give you.

A vintage-inspired cut crease in varying shades of brown is always a good idea. Keep lighter shades on the inner corners and center of the lid and darker shades blended into the crease and outer corners for a doe-eyed effect.

Super-dark shades of black can look jarring on lighter skin tones. For fair complexions, iridescent silver and darker grays can give you a smoky look without washing you out.

There's nothing like creamy chocolate shades and melty caramels to get you in the mood for a really good eye shadow look. This all-brown eye proves the neutral color is anything but boring.

While summer is synonymous with dewy skin and glossy lips, that doesn't mean you can't translate shine and shimmer to fall-inspired looks. Try a copper shimmer on the lids, paired with a dark wing, and finish the look with a ginger-colored gloss on your lips.

Why stop your shadow at only the lids? Drag the same shade (preferably a warm terracotta tone) around your lower lash line for a monochrome look that feels fall to its core.

While we rarely put down our trusty eyeliner, we love how this look replaces the cat-eye staple with a single shade of eye shadow. Apply a black shadow in a sharp wing and blend it inwards and into the crease for a graphic take on eye shadow.

When the rest of your is hiding under fall layers, take your opportunity to show off your peepers with an eye-catching look. This graphic shadow design will turn heads with its sharp wing, defined crease, and matte gray shade in the center.

A moodier version of our teal takes on summer, this smoky navy look gives the classic eye shadow style an unexpected twist. Swap your black shadow for a sapphire shade in a matte finish to recreate this look.

A full face of matchy-matchy orange, copper, gold, and russet tones is surprisingly dynamic. A tonal shimmery shadow look that gradates from gold to copper looks classic with a twist when paired with a simple cat eye and rust-colored lip.

This five-piece palette was made for creating fall eye shadow looks. From the deep shade of burgundy to the matte leafy brown, this Dior compact ensures you won't need another set of shadows this season.

A mix of moody shades in shimmery and matte finishes is all you need to make it through fall without repeating looks. This five-pan palette is customizable, which is perfect for the beauty known to leave certain shades untouched.

If you know you'll need your glitter fix this season, this lineup of metallics and high-shine duo-chrome shades has you covered. Plus it's packed with essential mattes in fall shades to boot.

When you're craving a spicy eye shadow shade, this rusted shade of orange is exactly the hue to warm things up this fall.

You can't go wrong with this affordable drugstore find. It has everything you need to create a whole variety of eye makeup looks.

You can't get away without adding a copper shade to your autumn makeup wardrobe. This shimmery shade is as dynamic as they come. Next, Fall Beauty Hall of Fame: The Top Products Worth Your Attention

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30 New Fall Zara Shoes That Will Sell Out Faster Than You Can Hit Add to Cart

They're flying off the (virtual) shelves.

30 New Fall Zara Shoes That Will Sell Out Faster Than You Can Hit Add to Cart

No Zara item goes more viral than a pair of really good shoes. And according to the slew of new arrivals at Zara this past couple of weeks, we can expect a lot more of the brand's irresistible shoes (and prices) to go viral this fall season. Per usual, the brand has stocked up on all of the major fall trends and essentials, from lace-up booties to crystal-adorned heels. When you find a product that is both forward and cheap, not purchasing it would be a crime, and most wise shoppers are in agreement. Does this explain the frequency at which Zara products go viral? Most likely. 

If we were to make some predictions (which we love doing here at Who What Wear), we would place all our money on the 30 pairs of new fall Zara shoes ahead selling out at the speed of light either right now or in the coming weeks leading up to the shift of the season. If the idea of a closed-toe shoe freaks you out right now due to a massive amount of end-of-summer denial, we suggest you scroll through some of our fall trend content to get in the mood. Then shop your little heart out via the selection below. 

The color and shape of the moment.

Our editorial director Lauren recently wore these and now I'm convinced I need them, too.

Western boots are back in a huge way, just ask TikTok.

I might get flack for this, but I find these rubber clogs so chic.

There's always one pair of boots that everyone and their mother gets from Zara for fall and winter. My bet's on these.

Buy them for the Halloween costume, keep them for your going-out outfits.

These will look especially cool with relaxed trousers and a dad hat.

The perfect addition to any '90s fall wardrobe.

PSA: Zara's going all-in on the clog movement.

Looks like these are already selling out, so you better move quickly.

Big Rich Mom Energy over here.

I may or may not have already bought them.

Lug-sole loafers are the shoes every fashion person will be wearing this fall.

I like that these are a sleeker, more wearable version that taps into the Western boot craze.

Wait, these are so fun.

Can't-go-wrong boots that will work for everyone. Need I say more?

That's hot.

Extremely cool.

If you told me these were a vintage find, I'd 100% believe you.

These immediately reminded me of Romy and Michele's High School Reunion and now I think I've dated myself.

Clogs are fully happening, ICYMI.

Leather ballet flats. That's all.

I can't tell if these are the best or worst things I've ever seen but I like that they're keeping me on my toes.

Paging Olivia Rodrigo.

Give me everything in this color.

Summer shoe trend, fall finishing.

Ankle boots you'll get a ton of wear out of but that don't look like anything else you own.

The square toe makes these looks so much more expensive.

Meet the "ugly" shoes fashion insiders are backing.

Yes, please.

Up next, see how our editorial director is styling the 10 fall Zara picks that everyone's talking about.

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