Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Fall Boots

Given the kind of weather we’ve already been having, it looks as if this fall we’ll be  zipping into the warmth and security of  boots sooner rather than later. No complaints here. And, like the Fall Coat, the Fall Boot has to do a lot, and do it all at once—it has to be, of course, fashionable while also being functional, warm, cool, versatile, color compatible, and able to combat rain, wind, flurries, and possibly snowstorms. From classic flats to the season’s trend-setting over-the-knee boots to the new-found appreciation for suede as a change of pace from leather, and to a refreshing take on fall colors that includes reds and blues, feast your eyes on fall’s five most covetable casual styles.

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FeliciaFelicia by POUR LA VICTOIRE

This classic fall boot in dark brown features a mid-size heel and zippered side closure.


LOWLAND_CURSUE_12LOWLAND by  Stuart Weitzman

Crafted from supple suede, this flat brilliant red boot pairs perfectly with everything from dark denim to a printed dress. Top it off with a dramatic cape for an ultra-luxe take on cool-weather dressing.


33184664_004_bValerie Boots by Kelsi Dagger

Kelsi Dagger consistently breaks down fashion boundaries with unexpected details that appeal to both classic and trendy sensibilities. This over-the-knee suede pairs beautifully with dresses for autumn.


img-thing5050 Stretch Suede Boots by Stuart Weitzman

These blue suede Stuart Weitzman boots are a perfect alternative to the traditional black or brown option. Wear them with a simple skirt and white shirt for a minimal look that is equally perfect for the office and for Saturday brunch.


TraskAddison Riding Boot by Trask

Antiqued metal harness straps amplify the equestrian style of a slouchy, tall boot cast in burnished two-tone Italian calfskin.

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  • Leslie in Oregon October 24, 2014 at 7:31 pm

    Suede boots, in rain or snow? I wish… A leather riding boot is my favorite, and the Addison by Trask is beautiful (but far too expensive for this rider).