Fashion Friday: These Boots Were Made for Walking

By Alexandria Ugarte

‘Tis the season to wear boots, ladies. And we all know it’s a fairly short season around these parts, so we have to make the most of the little fall season – ahem, slightly cooler version of summer – mother nature bestows upon us.

I personally own two pairs of boots that I wear more often than is probably socially acceptable during the fall and winter – a pair of ankle-high combat boots for casual wear, like going to class, and a pair of flat knee-high leather boots for nicer occasions and cooler days. Both pairs are some of most comfortable shoes I own.

Find some different options below with varying degrees of style and price. Boots come in all shapes, colors and sizes. It’s easy to find your leather soul mate – and when you do, you won’t want to take them off!


Lucky Brand



Nivo Boots, $229

These equestrian style boots aren’t just for riding. They are the perfect match for skinny jeans or a short, buttoned shirtdress. Wear them with thick socks for really cold days.


Forever 21

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Underground Combat Boots, $39.80

Edgy and fun, these combat boots are the perfect match for some tattered shorts or a plain dress. Pair them with some simple, and make them the focal point of your outfit.


Nine West


Cameron Silver for Nine West, $149

Channel your inner cat woman and pair these knee-high stiletto boots with your tightest jeans or favorite fitted dress for a going out look that is both sexy and warm. Me-ow.




American Flag Fold Down Combat Boot, $45

Show both your pride and your funky sense of style with these fun combat boots. Wear them with your favorite jeans and band shirt for a grungy punk look. Concert outfit, anyone?


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