Tuesday, September 30, 2014

5 Must Have Boots For Fall


{Via}
While it may still be a little too warm {at least where I am from} to wear boots just yet, boot season will soon be upon us all in just a week or two. I will admit I am one those people who will wear sandals for as long as they can drag it out, but hey, on days when you need to get a pedicure it is much more convenient to have wear sandals than boots. Now, I may wear sandals for as long as it’s acceptable to do so but I do love boots.

Being able to wear boots is one of my favorite things about the fall and winter season. There is nothing more comfortable on a fall night than to wear leggings, a flannel shirt, a pair of boots, and cozy up next to a fireplace with a book or watch a movie. Also boots are the perfect substitute for heels in the winter time and oh so much more comfortable; as long as it’s an occasion you can get a way with wearing boots to.

In my opinion there are at least four types of boots everyone should have in their closet for the fall: the bean boot, a pair of good rain boots, booties, and riding boots, and as an added extra stylish pair the over-the-knee boot. The bean boots are perfect for those snowy cold days. Rain boots are a must for the fall and winter – is there anything more unpleasant than walking around with the bottom part of your jeans/leggings soaked with rain water? Booties always look fabulous with a pair of distressed jeans or really any skinny leg pant. Ridding boots and over-the-knee boots always look so perfect with a sweater skirt/dress and of course leggings {in my opinion every boot looks good with legging; so comfortable!}. Below are a few of my favorite boots from this season if you are looking to add to your boot collection!

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    1. Bean Boots are so comfortable and perfect for a snowy day!

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  2. I am in the market for new boots, I am loving those over the knee Torys

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    1. I have been lusting after those boots, they are so beautiful!

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  3. I LIVE in my Hunters in the fall & winter. I'm also lusting after a pair of Bean boots :)

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    1. Me too, Hunters are the perfect boot to throw on during the fall and winter season!

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  4. I'm hoping to add Hunter boots to my wardrobe this fall!

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    1. Hunter boots are such a great investment, you should totally invest in a pair!

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  5. Beautiful post! I love these boots. Have an amazing day!


    Kenny,
    WHATKENNYHEARTS.COM
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    1. Hope you had an amazing day as well Kenny!

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  6. Absolutely adore those Tory Burch boots

    Made in Mauve

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  7. I have those green Hunters but I want those Frye boots badly!!

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    1. I have a couple of Frye boots and love them, they are such great quality!

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  8. I've been on the hunt for the perfect pair of suede booties, love your picks!
    _Alex
    www.monstermisa.blogspot.com

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    1. Happy to hear you enjoyed these picks :)

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  9. Bean and Hunter boots are definitely a must, especially if it's snowy or rainy where you live (i.e., where I live). Coveting a pair of Tory Burch boots!

    Ellen | A Pop of Pink

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    1. Agree, Bean and Hunter boots are definitely a must! I love the Tory boot I have been lusting after them!

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  10. LOVE those Bean boots! they go perfectly with jeans and leggings!

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  11. So excited to break out my boots for fall! Love the green Hunters!

    xo Jen
    Skirt The Rules

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    1. Hunters are the best! They are my go to boot on just a casual day.

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  12. Ooo love those Tory Burch booties! great roundup!

    Jenna from Visions of Vogue

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  14. In case you're similar to me, you may feel depleted just by the considered putting on running shoes and going out and beating the walkway or asphalt for a couple pieces. Simply the apprehension of the effort, can abandon me all damp with sweat. I can as of now feel my knees begin to throb at the idea. I know, I know...Just bearing this additional weight is truly what's making my knees hurt.

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