These Boots Were Made For Walking On Leaves

Fall is in full swing and by the feel of the weather, it’s time to swap out those flip flops and sandals and bring out the boots! Not sure what kind of boot is right for you? Fear not, for there is a type of boot for whatever your style may be!


The Combat

Not for the faint of heart, combat boots are for the ultimate badass. Stomp out your haters with these tough boots made chic by design. Leather and buckles and zippers set combat boots apart from your average boot. Dress them up with a dainty dress, or dress them down with leggings and an oversized tee. However you choose to wear them, no one is sure to mess with you with these no-nonsense boots!


Heeled Boots

Need a little lift? Or a lot? Heeled boots are a comfortable alternative to strappy heels that leave calluses and cuts on your poor feet. With boots, socks are there to protect your feet from discomfort and the cold. Look slammin’ and feel toasty inside! Heeled boots are effortlessly sexy and can be worn for any occasion. The grips on the bottom are slip-free, so even when the weather gets colder and icy in the winter months, you will stay grounded.


Knee High

Knee-high boots have been made popular recently, donned by celebs like Kylie Jenner, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Ciara, Rihanna and more. For those of us who do not live in cool-weathered Cali, fall is our emergence of the knee-high boot. Worn with a short skirt or dress, or on top of tights, knee-high boots provide full coverage to keep your legs warm. These boots are usually strappy or lace-up, oozing sexiness and confidence. You’ll turn heads every time you step out in these boots. Get to struttin’!

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