My Favorite Fall Boots
Today’s post was a reader request… the best (or at least, my personal favorite!) boots.
Boots tend to be an area I really invest in as they last for so long and I want them to be comfortable. I have had these Sarah Flint boots for a while and they are an investment but despite wearing them constantly (like almost every day!) last year, they’re still in perfect shape. My most favorite boots typically come from either Sarah Flint or Loeffler Randall and while both brands are definitely more of an investment, they hold up incredibly well. I’d say the same about Stuart Weitzman – I bought my 5050 boots at least 6 or 7 years ago and they’re still in perfect shape! (I do recommend a pair of these inserts to help tall boots retain their shape.)
Apart from having the heel taps replaced every year at the beginning of fall, my boots remain in great shape. I did want to include some more affordable options though, too.
I will say I do avoid knockoffs but a few years ago purchased these Choies boots on Hitha’s recommendation.
I didn’t feel comfortable investing in such a trendy style and they are the perfect running around the city bootie. I’m usually an 8.5 and the 8 is perfect. They had a pretty bad polyurethane smell when they arrived but I aired them out for a few days and they were great. I’ve had mine for three or four years now and they’re still in great shape.
These Loeffler Randall boots were a new purchase for Fall.
I wanted a lighter pair of boots to pair with lighter wash denim and bare legs. They are so comfortable, but I definitely recommend sizing up!
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photo by Allie Provost.