Aside from the fact that it’s the prelude to winter, fall is truly a wonderful season. Not just because of the cool (but bearable) temperatures, the changing colours, and Thanksgiving, but also because of ankle boots. They are one of the most versatile of all shoe styles and they are so much fun to wear. Why else do we pair them with shorts and attempt to wear them all summer long too? If you can’t get enough of ankle boots, then here are 7 more options for you to consider adding to your shoe rack this fall.
The Chelsea Boot
It looks like a Blundstone, only much more chic. The Chelsea boot; with its low heel, leather exterior, and elastic siding, is likely to be the style of ankle boot you will see most on the streets this fall. They are the ideal pair of boots to wear with cuffed jeans or casual dresses. The perfect day boot.
The Cropped Cowboy Boot
This is the cowboy boot in it’s most simple, stripped down form. No buckles, designs, or bells and whistles of any kind. This is another boot that’s great for daywear, nightwear and equestrian wear. It covers all bases; you simply can’t go wrong with it!
The Beige Suede Boot
Don’t let anyone step on your beige suede shoes. Kate Bosworth wore a pair of these all summer long with shorts and dresses, and she always looked fantastic. But they work for fall as well. It’s a nice change to see a lighter coloured boot, amidst all the usual black and brown. So strut your stuff in these all Fall, until the winter weather makes the streets to messy to wear beige suede shoes.
The Concealed Heel Boot
If you are looking for something totally unique, try a pair of space boots! Ok they aren’t actually space boots; who would wear 4-inch wedges in space? But they do have a futuristic feel to them. They work for daytime, and nighttime, looking dazzling with a pair of super skinny jeans, or tights and a skirt. And they are a short girl’s dream.
The Lace-up Boot
Lace-up boots made their debut a few falls ago, but if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. This fall wear yours with some funky socks and a cute skirt or dress. They can be dressed up or down. The thick heel makes them more comfortable so you can wear them all day and night.
The Sleek Boot
This is a pair of boots you will certainly want to keep looking shiny and new. This pair look similar to a pair straight off of the Marc Jacobs Fall 2011 runway. These are a less casual, classier option of ankle boot. Wear them to work with a blouse and wide-leg pant. The shiny metal heel will have people stopping and staring.
The High Heeled Bootie
When you want to get dressed up but keep your toes warm, a nice black bootie is still the way to go. A high-heeled bootie is an option in place of the typical black pump for a shoe that will take you out for a night on the town. Classic with a touch of elegance; this boot looks best with a glittery fancy dress.
All boots from ASOS.com.