Fall’s Best Boots

I know that I am not the definitive authority on fall’s best boots. But trust me…

I am more than qualified.

I love boots. Ankle. Riding. Booties. Over-the-knee. Leather, suede, quilted. I don’t usually play favorites.

Until I do.

So, here is my countdown of Fall’s best boots:

No. 7 Chelsea Leopard Rain Boots, JCrew {$68} 

First of all, let’s address the obvious. Why not have stylish leopard rain boots?

And right now, you can get then 25% off with the code SALETREAT at check-out. Score you some delicious rain boots perfect for fall & winter whether you live in Seattle, London, or even Atlanta!

No. 6 Dolce Vita, Jacklyn Booties {$190} 

I love a good wooden stacked heel. And this boot is so interesting from its luscious creamy, caramel leather to its adjustable back buckle.

Fits true to size and is also featured in black.

No. 5 Jackson Western Booties, Chocolat Blu {$150} 

Jackson Rust

Jackson Taupe

For the cowgirl in all of us.

Am I right?!?

What Southern gal doesn’t love a good cowboy boot? But I have to say, I think I would get a lot more wear out of the classic cowboy boot styling if they were ankle boots.

Comes in black, rust, taupe, and whisky shades of leather. And bonus! Chocolat Blue shoes are notorious for being insanely comfortable. Just ask my Mom. Almost the only shoes she wears these days since her initial discovery.

No. 4 Lucky Penny Suede Booties, Seychelles Footwear {$140} 

Truly, a classic suede ankle boot if there ever was one.

Love the heel height, the easy double zipper on each side, and the elegant rounded toe. Perfect with jeans, leggings, tights, a skirt, or a tunic.

Seychelles Lucky Penny Booties

Comes in black, navy, and taupe. But, I have to say, my heart does a little back flip when I see them in this metallic pewter shade.

Seychelles Lucky Penny Booties

It’s for the gal who is both a little bit country & a little bit rock n roll.

No. 3 Lien.Do Castor Boots {$278} 

The value of a classic black or brown leather, unadorned boot cannot be overstated.

This is an investment in fashion.

This line is a product of Seychelles Footwear, an absolute favorite of mine, and is designed for fashion-forward girls that love old world vintage flair.

Where can I sign up?!?

This boot hits right at the knee and features classic, easy, pull on styling.

No. 2 Sam Edelman Reyes Boots {$150} 

These are the kind of boots I would see on a perfect stranger and I would be compelled to go up to her and ask them, “where did you get those boots?” For me, they are absolute show stoppers.

Gorgeous grey textured leather to resemble alligator pattern with gorgeous stacked heel and antiqued, rubbed leather toe box for that elegant “worn-in” vibe.

There are no words. I don’t know what else to say.

No. 1 Sanctuary in Suede, Seychelles Footwear {$150} 

Can you tell I have a think for Seychelles Footwear?

Probably the last 2 or 3 pairs of boots I have purchased throughout the last couple seasons have all been Seychelles and I love them to pieces and I get compliments on them all the time. NEVER a bad thing.

Absolutely love the perforated suede, the intricate top-stitching, the wooden stacked heel, and the wrap detailing. Comes in black, dark brown, taupe (pictured above), & Pewter Metallic.

There is nothing I don’t love about this boot.


Maybe one of these pairs of boots speak to you as well?

Or all 7?

Just remember, I am not to blame.



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