Thursday, September 8, 2016

Boots, boots, boots!





     With fall comes boots, and lots of them! There are tons of chic updates on classic boot styles to wear for work and play. This season we have your feet covered with the hottest fall 2016 boot-trends from edgy ankle wedges to traditional tall leather boots. Scroll down to start the search for the perfect pair for you!


Ankle Booties
Ankle Booties (1)

What they are: Not quite a short boot, not a slip-on…but an interesting combination of the two. Coming up to about ankle width, these shoes give you a dressy yet casual look you’ll love to rock throughout the fall and winter seasons.

Featured here: Add some height to your steps with the BareTraps Rowan shortie boots (top left). The BareTraps Rowan is crafted using faux leather and are finished off with a strap and metallic buckle around the ankle for an appealing look. Let your bohemian side loose with the BCBGeneration Craftee ankle boot (top right) that features braided polyurethane straps that wrap around the ankle. Complete with a cushioned microsuede covered footbed and flexible rubber outsole, the BCBGeneration Craftee is cute and comfy! The Mia Fran (bottom left) is a stylish pull-on ankle bootie with a decorative side buckle, stacked heel and lightly cushioned footbed. The Harley Davidson Heyward (bottom right) shows off a western look in an urban ankle boot. These casual boots feature a full grain leather upper, a harness strap system, dual tone studs and a locking zipper to get them easily on and off.

How to wear it: Ankle boots add some flash and character to any outfit. The buckles, studs and fringe detailing can liven up any outfit and take your jeans and sweaters to the next level. They are appropriate for casual weekend events, shopping around town or even around the office. The style of these boots works with multiple jean lengths, but our favorite look is with cuffed and cropped jeans!

Over the Knee
Over The Knee

What they are: Over the knee boots have become quite a big trend and are defined by..well..their height. These boots attract the greatest amount of attention, but also do a good job at keeping your legs warm and cozy during the cold seasons. Keep in mind that tall boots have a different fit and feel on everyone depending on your leg shape.

Featured here: With rope-inspired detailing and a buckle strap, the BareTraps Shania tall dress boots (left) will add a hint of western influence to your wardrobe. A low hidden wedge style gives you a subtle boost in height, and the side-zip closure allows for easy on and off. Make an entrance with the Mia Sabato dress boots (middle). These knee-high riding style boots are just what you need to stay stylish during the colder months. Featuring strap and buckle detailing and a 2.5 inch block heel for an extra lift and traction, these boots and fashionable and functional. The Two Lips Justify Jammer tall boots (right) create a casual yet polished look. These riding boots feature three buckles that are a charming accent and ensure a comfortable and secure fit.

How to wear it: Tall boots are awesome because they allow you to mix and match different types of outfits based on different occasions. Basically, EVERYTHING looks good with them. Paired with a sweater dress, mini skirt or your favorite pair of skinny jeans, these tall boots will give you a flirty look that can easily be taken from day to night. You can even pair these boots with tights or a pair of sleek leather pants and leggings!



Didn’t see a boot that would fit your style? Check out our selection of women’s and men’s dress boots here and stay updated with new arrivals of boots to find the perfect pair to complete your fall and winter ensemble.

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