Fashion 9 months ago
The Fall Boots Your Closet Needs
These boots were made for… fall!
I’ve already walked you through my favorite coats for the season – if you haven’t checked out my must-haves, make sure you click here. So today, we’re on to my favorite accessory- SHOES! More specifically: boots.
You all know that shoes and bags (check out my fall bag picks here) are my kryptonite, so finally breaking out boots for my fall/winter OOTD’s gets me so excited! A chic and comfortable pair of black boots (or a few pairs, who am I kidding) is essential to every fall wardrobe and something I look forward to every year.
Some chunky boots made for walking, some classic knee-high boots that look perfect with dresses and some heeled booties for every day at all different price points.
Keep scrolling to check out the three boot styles every girl needs for fall!
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Pointed Toe Boots
A pair of chic pointed toe boots are like the LBD of shoes. They go with everything, instantly look chic and can work season after season. This pair of mock-croc boots from Marc Fisher are perfect! They’re comfortable, have the perfect block heel for some height- and the pointed toe helps elongate your legs. I always go up a size in pointed-toe shoes as I find that I always need a little more room for my toes.
Check out my picks below:
Knee High Boots
Every girl needs a chic pair of knee-high boots. No matter what style they are: riding boots, kitten heels, block heels… they’re all great for fall and your outfits. Not only do they keep your legs nice and toasty, but they also look amazing styled with pretty much anything. Recently, I’ve been loving wearing my knee-high boots with looser wide trousers like I did in London here, or with longer dresses and skirts for a layered look like I did here.
Shop my favorites down below!
Which boot style is your favorite? Drop a comment down below and let me know!
Photography by Karla Ticas
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