"5 Fall Boot Styles to Love "

5 Fall Boot Styles to Love

As much as I enjoyed having my toes out during the warm months, I have to admit I am looking forward to zipping my stems into fabulous boots as the weather cools off. I love a great layered look: a dress and sweater or blazer with a tall boot peeking out below; or a pair of snug jeans with a cozy sweater and a great detailed bootie.

As with every season, there are tons of styles to choose from, and it’s easy to find a pair that suits your personal aesthetic. But, I thought I’d help out a little by pointing you in the direction of 5 boot styles that are particularly on-trend for this fall.

"Fall Boots"
Boots from top left: Coach / House of Harlow / Sam Edelman / Jeffrey Campbell / Michael Kors

Tall Wedge – A tall wedge boot gives you the luxury of a higher shaft, but the comfort of a wedge. Coach’s Dorothy wedge boot is perfect for weekend errands.

Cutout Booties – Cutout booties, like this pair from House of Harlow, are a great transitional shoe as they have the functionality of a boot–but the open style gives them the feel of a sandal. They’re the perfect match for jeans or shorts.

Riding Boots – The olive green color on this Sam Edelman boot gives a classic style a bit of a twist.

Color Blocked – The color blocking trend doesn’t appear to be going away anytime soon. If you want to step into it with more neutral colors, try a boot in varying shades of the same hue—as with this Jeffrey Campbell platform bootie.

Studded Bootie – Get rocker chic this fall with a pair of studded booties, like these from Michael Kors.

What’s your favorite boot style for fall? Continue the conversation with us on Twitter, using the hashtag #frofashionfriday.




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Kim Jackson is a marketing professional, social media specialist, copywriter and blogger. She pens articles at Pish Posh Perfect: a lifestyle blog where she shares bits of her healthy, style savvy life--and gives tips to help you navigate yours! Kim also co-authors women’s empowerment blog Peace Love and Pretty Things. Previously, she was a contributing writer for Examiner.com and her work has been featured on other blogs and websites including Curly Nikki and For Harriet. Follow her on twitter: @PishPoshPerf.