Boots are one of those clothing items (well, accessories, I suppose) that can have serious seasonal lasting power. That said, I’ve obviously thought long and hard about them… and I’ve decided, they are officially the best type of footwear to invest in. Eeks, I know, that was a bold statement, wasn’t it? Haha And when you’re shopping for “Fall Boots”, you’re already subconsciously thinking about them for potentially warm and potentially cold weather. And so basically, you’re a shopping pro already.
In all seriousness though, I can imagine boots with just about any outfit – a skirt, check. Jeans – check. A dress – check. It is literally the most versatile of footwear. So with Fall 2018 in full swing (although, can we talk about where in the world the year’s gone?!), I figured I would round up all of my favourite fall boots and the styles I’m lusting over all season long. Most of these, I’ve either tried on or have done some research to make sure they’re comfy (ain’t no one looking for uncomfortable boots. No sir).
FALL BOOTS ABOVE || 1. POINTY TOE ANKLE BOOT (LE CHATEAU, $99.95) | 2. SUEDE LACE-UP BOOT (LE CHATEAU, $169.95) | 3. PATENT LACE-UP COMBAT BOOT (LE CHATEAU, $110.00) | 4. EMBER LACE BOOT (TEVA, $95.00) | 5. LEATHER POINTY TOE ANKLE BOOT (LE CHATEAU, $150.00) | 6. ITALIAN DESIGNER LEATHER SLOUCH BOOT (LE CHATEAU, $169.95) | 7. KIKI BOOTS (MARYAM NASSIR ZADEH, SHOPBOP, $1172.48) | 8. JENNIFER MOTO BOOTS (SAM EDELMAN, SHOPBOP, $217.84) | 9. BOWEN BOOTS (SAM EDELMAN, SHOPBOP, $192.21)
I picked up this white Le Chateau pair of fall boots with a western silhouetted recently and love how refreshing a nice white pair of boots can be in the fall. For me, they’re probably one of my favourite fall boots, because even they’re a neutral, they seem to make such a statement. They’re a looser ankle fit, with a angled heel, but most importantly, they are indeed comfortable as hell. And for less than $100, they don’t break the bank either.
I hope you find a pair of fall boots that are made for walking through crisp orange leaves, pumpkin picking, and dancing around in the very first snow. Happy start of fall friends!