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The Best Fall Boots

It’s that time of year again: time to pack up the strappy sandals and break out the boots. A great fall wardrobe could not be complete without a great new pair, or two, or three, of the season’s hottest boots. Some great, bold styles have really stepped onto the scene. Here are some of the hottest boot trends for the season.



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Over-the-knee boots are a daring trend that were made popular this season by the 3.1 Phillip Lim Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear collection (above). With the right outfit, these boots can complete any look with a unique flair. Take a chance this fall and opt for a taller boot as opposed to the popular high calf riding boot length.

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(Lucky Brand Nivo, $205.99)


(Steve Madden Shawny, $135.95)

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Ankle Boots:


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Ankle boots were seen in many collections this fall, including Chloé Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear (above). They are a great trend to add to any wardrobe because they are available in so many colors, textures and designs; they are also extremely versatile, seeing as they can easily be worn with skirts, dresses and even skinny jeans. Many ankle boots this season have metallic detailing and can be used as an easy way to spice up any outfit.

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(Vince Camuto Tricera, $118; Steve Madden Milaan, $99.95)

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Moto Boots:


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The moto boot was perfected in the Saint Laurent Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear collection (above). This boot style may be one of this fall’s best, mainly due to the fact that there are so many varieties of the trend available. Serving as a great alternative to the popular combat boot, moto boots can be found in a wide range of colors and styles. Some of the most common styles seen this season include buckles, studs, zippers, different textures and even prints. Moto boots can instantly add an edgy feel to any simple look.

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(Steve Madden Tiarraa, $99.95; DV by Dolce Vita Solvae, $134.99)

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By: Sam Stull


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