It’s Boot Season!

Leopard Boots Photo:
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For any shoe-crazed gal, the most exciting part of fall is the sound of leaves crunching under a beautiful pair of knee-high, leather riding boots. Or maybe it’s finding the perfect suede booties to match your Thanksgiving outfit? Apple picking in your favorite flannel and lace-up combat boots? There are too many boot-iful fall moments to choose from, and with Fall 2013’s trendy new lineup, the decision is only getting harder.

On the 2013 runway, models strutted their stuff in maroon Belstaff leather boots. The unique color is perfect for the girl who already has a wide collection of boots and wants something that will stand out. The deep maroon will pair nicely with fall neutrals and can finish off the perfect holiday outfit in winter.

If you’ve got animal instincts, you’ll get jungle fever over DKNY’s leopard ankle boots. Leopard is a classic look that never goes out of style and is particularly fashionable in the colder months. You’ll be the cat’s meow when you pair these boots with black tights and a mini dress. If you’ve really got a penchant for our furry friends, check out Fendi’s fur ankle boots. They’re sure to keep you cozy in a coat of raccoon fur and suede.

For the fashionista who is not faint of heart, the bold look of over-the-knee boots is just for you. Ralph Lauren’s Harrah boot in black has sexy style that will carry from day to night with ease. Wear them with tights and an over-sized sweater for a casual feel, then spice them up in a miniskirt for a night out. No matter how you wear them, your legs are guaranteed to look divine, darling.

Tibi Perla Photo: www.tibi.com

Other trends that graced the runways were patterned and cutout boots like Tibi’s Perla boot in Black Multi, which combines both trends in a sexy ankle boot. Pointed toes and metallic are also hot for fall as many designers featured the styles in every boot from ankle to thigh-highs.

 

 

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