Every fashionista worth her Chloe shades deserves a pair of peep toe ankle boots. Sexy and subversive, this pair from Tory Burch ($450, net-a-porter.com) fits the bill.
Piperlime.com calls this style the "shootie," because it combines the boot with the shoe. Go figure. We love this edgy pair from Rafe New York ($395, piperlime.com).
The Victorian bootie, like Nine West's Zayit in charcoal ($189, piperlime.com) will be your wear-to-work staple.
The Sliver Wedge Slouch Boot by Nine West ($169, piperlime.com) will give any outfit a bohemian sensibility.
Channel your inner mod with these sleek flat patent leather boots--BCBG Max Azria Bless. ($325, zappos.com)
There's no reason to fear the motorcycle boot, especially in this softened up, utterly wearble (and affordable!) version by J.Crew. ($198, jcrew.com)
Justin is known for making classic, well-made cowboy boots that last for decades. This sharp and shiny pair is amazingly
versatile ($135, bootbarn.com). And the price is right!
Like the cowboy boot, but more sophisticated: J.Crew’s two-tone riding boot ($325, jcrew.com). Wear ‘em with jeans and dresses.
Fringe was a huge trend at the fashion shows. So get a jump-start with these fabulous Tina Turner-inspired, Christian Laboutin stiletto fringe boots ($1575, net-a-porter.com).
Latina magazine just profiled the Spanish shoe company, Pedro Garcia. We’re wild about their sexy yet warm quilted boots ($595, net-a-porter.com).
Anyone can a wear this comfy yet fab mid-heel suede boot by Marc by Marc Jacobs ($455, net-a-porter.com). Weatherproof tip: Scotchgard your suede so it survives rain and snow.
Stay dry and stay fab. Chooka prints their rain boots with fun graphics like plaid, stripes and tattoo designs ($49.95, solestruck.com).