These sultry boots were full-frontal at Emilio Pucci. Whether your sporting a bodycon like Joan smalls, or playful fit-and-flare, these boots have you got covered when the weather cools up.
The equestrian boot just got a chic upgrade. The new style is just slightly taller grazing the knee with peek-a-boo parts yet still classic enough to wear with a cable knit cardi and riding style leggings.
Swap your dainty ballerinas for flat ankle boots this fall. A walkable heel and a polished pointed or round toe makes the perfect companion to a short skirt or jeans.
Not a stacked heel or a stiletto girl? Go for a chunky wedge boot (shown on Badgley Miscka’s fall runway), it’ll keep you steady whether your in the office or while strolling the city streets in a pair of jeans and a tee.
If your stuck in sandal weather, the peep-toe boot is the perfect compromise. Sport this boot with leather pieces similar to the Kenneth Cole’s collection (shown here) for an edgy feel.