If Fall boots have been on your mind, you are in the right place. I am always so excited to pull them out each year and add to the collection. A different type of boot can change your outfit entirely. I’m here to talk about Fall boots that I truly love to create outfits with, where to get them, and how to style them (I’ve narrowed it down to 5 different types). I’ll be linking some exact boots from my pictures and some that are verryy similar if I’m unable to find the exact pair. I hope you enjoy another Fall outfit themed blog post from me! To shop these items, simply click the picture of the specific boot you want to shop below, and it will take you directly to that retailer.
I’ll start with my most recent addition to the fam: the Winona Bootie. I had my eye on these for almost two months before ordering them, and I am so glad that I did. They are so perfect. I love the slight detail across them that make them different than all the other taupe, pointed toe, block-heel booties that you see everywhere on Instagram. The quality is wonderful, and they are also pretty comfy being a lower heel! They are still on sale for 40% off, and they come in so many colors! Linking all of the colors below:
Suede Block Heel Bootie: This is a pair that I bought last year, and I am still loving! I love how sleek the covered block heel is. You can dress these up with skirts, dresses, or more casual with jeans and a leather jacket. These also come in multiple colors and I’ll link them all below:
Black “Sock” Bootie: These are what I put on when I want to add a bit of “sass” to my outfit, and also dress it up. I love the look of these with tights and a dress. I was unable to find my exact boots, but I’m linking a very similar pair below under $100!
Fitted Over The Knee Boots: I am so glad that this trend is still going. I love the added bit of warmth OTK boots add to your outfit. These, in particular have been so great in my opinion. Last year, I walked around Charleston alllll day long in these, and my feet felt just fine at the end of the day. They don’t slide down too much either, which is great for a slip on boot with no ties! I like the look of no ties or zippers especially if I’m wearing them with skirts. They take a little more work to get on and off, but I think it’s a more sleek look. Linking the same exact pair below:
Tied Over the Knee Boots: Personally, I prefer to wear these over jeans. OTK boots that are more adjustable tend to give you more room to fit jeans underneath, which is great for colder months. I’m liking the most similar pair I could find below. Mine are from Nordstrom Rack a couple years ago!
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Until next time,