For the second week of Fall favorites, a staple in everyone’s wardrobe should be a great pair of boots! They go well with any outfit. They’re paired well with jeans or leggings of any color. Shoes always complete the outfit and you can never go wrong with boots in the fall! This week I will talk about my top 5 boots that everyone should own.
Starting off my list, these boots are a need for me. I don’t own them yet but I will most definitely own them before the year is up. L.L. Bean mastered the perfect pair of boots to ever exist. They come in different heights but the 8″ boots are my absolute favorite. They’re available in Navy/Tan or Tan/Brown. At $109 a pair for women’s sizes, they’re a great one-time investment and will last for years.
The second pair of boots that are essential for the fall and winter are Hunter boots. They’re essential for those chilly rainy days and potential snow days during the winter. The kids sizes range from 1 to 5 so women with size 7 feet or smaller can easily fit into the kids sizes which are 50% cheaper than the women’s that retail for $150 (matte) to $160 (gloss).
The third pair of boots that are essential for the cooler weather are riding boots. Camel boots are unique compared to the brown leather or black leather boots. These Tory Burch boots are the Wayland Tall Boot. They are made of suede and have a shearling interior. Their rubber soles create traction to prevent you from falling. They retail for $525.
Another pair of boots every woman should own are the classic booties. These black suede booties from Toms are perfect for the days you want to wear skirts and tights. Paired with a skater skirt and black tights, these booties are unstoppable. The laces are a small detail that tie the whole look together. These retail for $89.
Last but not least, these boots are a classic. They’ve been around for years and everyone knows about these. Timberlands have released new colors within the past few years and the all black boots are my ultimate favorites. They’re waterproof and ready for any type of weather the new season might throw at us. They retail for $160.
Until next week,