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I have a few favorite things that come with the fall season in southwest Pennsylvania. Leaves changing colors, smells of cinnamon and pumpkin, a chill to the air and last but not least- boot season. This years fall fashion inspiration gives us such a range of boots to choose from. Examples being, ankle booties, sock style boots, riding boots and the ever popular over the knee boots.
I’ll be honest it took me a few years to jump on the bootie train, but now that I’ve boarded I don’t want to leave! I love how versatile they are being able to wear them with skinny jeans, bootcut or flare leg jeans, and even dresses.
It took me a bit to fall for the sock style booties. But, add in a nice block heel and velvet or suede and it’s winner winner chicken dinner! Again, I love how versatile they are so you can basically add them to any outfit style.
Now, let’s take them up a notch to our standard riding boots. I even throw my winter and rain boots into this category because you can actually style them well enough to still look presentable and not just like a snowman. LOL. I like having a basic pair of black and brown riding boots to often wear with skinny jeans or leggings along with a comfy sweater.
And, finally taking them up even higher to the extremely popular over the knee boots. These boots can basically go from just over the top of your knee to what I call “cooch” boots. Yep, I totally gave them that name. LOL I have what you’d call chicken legs, but I love how for the most part these boots can fit those with a wide range of leg/thigh size. Though, you can’t easily wear these boots with bootcut/flare jeans, they go great with skinny jeans, leggings and dresses. I recently wore a pair of OTK boots with a breezy dress to a party. Both the dress and boots hit perfectly to where many didn’t even realize I was wearing a dress and thought it was a tunic with leggings. Super cute and versatile!
Here’s a few ways I’ve been wearing my boots of fall this year.
Make sure to share with me your favorite boots of fall!