With so many styles of boots out there this fall, choosing the right pair to of with your outfit can be downright tricky!
To the rescue: Tory Burch.
The designer just debuted a fall boot guide that’s packed with outfit ideas for every type of boot and ready to take you anywhere, be it weekend errands or straight into the office.
Riding boots are a cinch to pull over skinny jeans, but if you’re feeling up for a sartorial challenge, try Tory’s take. For tailored outfits that you’d wear to the office, replace pumps with a buttery soft leather pair. It’ll make a work-ready skirt and blouse feel just a bit more downtown, while also offering some extra coverage against crisp fall breezes.
The classic way to wear works too, of course. Wear them with toothpick trousers and top with a favorite sweater and jacket.
If you live where it snows, let’s be honest: you’ll more or less be forced into pants come full-on winter. Embrace skirts and dresses while you still can, but turn them autumn-appropriate by pulling on tall boots.
For the Weekend:
Pull flat over-the-knee boots on with floaty dresses. It’ll shake things up from the normal boots-and-jean routine and grounds the girly piece.
To make a simple flat pair feel cozier, shop for nubby socks that extend all the way to your knee. They’ll give you another layer of warmth, prevent possible irritation from the boot rubbing your leg and just look pretty darn cool.
Flared jeans are typically hemmed with wedges or heels in mind since the more length you get, the longer your legs will look. When your summery sandals won’t cut it anymore, swap in a pair of heeled ankle boots.
For Going Out:
A low-cut bootie that rises right to the ankle bone is a nice finish to a pair of skinny jeans. Leave about an inch of skin showing between shoe and hem, breaking up the coverage of a bundled-up fall look.
Girls that live in their favorite ankle booties might be itching for a way to switch things up before long. To do so, copy Tory’s lead and wear yours with the outfits you normally would, but instead of bare legs (or tights), pull on a pair of ankle socks.