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It’s the beginning of boot season, baby! We could not be more excited to start wearing what might be the most stylish type of shoe day in and day out this fall. But just saying “boot” is kind of vague, right? There are seriously so many different types of boots and booties out there — and they’re all bootie-licious!
Instead of highlighting just one type of boot we love for fall, we’re going to show you 13 of our faves below, all with different styles. We have picks for all types of budgets too!
1. Chelsea Boots
Chelsea boots are completely timeless, mega-versatile and so easy to wear. They look good on everyone and with everything. They’re the ultimate grab-and-go boot that can be dressed up or down!
2. Knee-High Boots
These knee-high boots are sleek and streamlined for a sophisticated look. They’re also great for keeping you warm in the cooler weather too. Wear with a mini skirt or over a pair of leggings!
3. Combat Boots
Can you really talk about combat boots without talking about Dr. Martens? These lace-up boots are classics that always manage to be totally modern and endlessly cool!
4. Thigh-High Boots
Want to elongate your legs so they look miles long? Thigh-high boots are the way to go. These boots will add some chic drama to your look!
5. Cowboy Boots
Whether you’re strutting your stuff in Texas or bringing some of that southern charm to another part of the country, you’ll want these Soda cowboy (or cowgirl) ankle boots on your feet!
Get the Soda Picotee Western Cowboy Cowgirl Stitched Ankle Boot starting at just $38 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, September 9, 2021, but are subject to change.
6. Heeled Boots
Add an extra boost to both your height and your fashion game with a pair of heeled leather booties. This pair has zippers in back too, which will make getting these shoes on and off so much easier!
7. Shearling Boots
Shearling boots might as well be synonymous with UGG. This mini version of the fall and winter boot that continues to rule the world is supremely cozy with its sheepskin linings and wool-blend insole!
8. Riding Boots
Whether you’re an equestrian, a grown-up horse girl or simply someone who loves stylish shoes, a pair of riding boots is totally essential for your fall wardrobe. It doesn’t get much comfier than a pair from Dr. Scholl’s!
9. Rain Boots
Getting your closet and shoe rack prepared for a new season means properly preparing for the elements. When you see rain on the forecast, make sure you’re set with a cute and waterproof pair of boots like these!
10. Platform Boots
Platform shoes are back and better than ever, as evidenced by this Treasure & Bond pair. The lugged sole is edgy while the upper is made of a soft and lovely suede!
11. Sock Boots
Sock booties have emerged as an unforgettable footwear style over the past couple of years, and we are still completely on board with their comfy and ultra-cool designs. This pair is our pick because it’s not only affordable but will literally have you sparkling!
Get the Cambridge Select Sock Style Chunky Block Heel Boot starting at just $26 at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, September 9, 2021, but are subject to change.
12. Moto Boots
If we’re talking moto boots, we’re obviously going to get Harley-Davison involved. Even if you’re not cruising down the highway on a literal motorcycle, these leather boots, which have a lace-up system in back, will keep that free spirit alive!
13. Wedge Boots
These slip-on wedge booties are going to level up your street style to the extreme. The pinholes keep them nice and breathable too while adding a fashionable accent!
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