Editor Note: I love boots and they were made not just for walking but also to get everyone talking. For this season add to your collection with some great boot styles that can compliment much of what you already have in your closet.
Anytime you go shopping, we know you’re doing it – you’re keeping one eye open for cheap boots that would transform your wardrobe. After all, you can never have too many boots, and they come in so many styles that you can find one to match virtually any outfit. If you have been secretly (or not-so-secretly) looking for that perfect pair of boots to complete your closet, look no further! Here are four boot styles that have taken the fashion world by storm, which don’t have to be expensive:
Some of this season’s hottest cheap boots go just over the ankle—making them shorter and cuter than most women’s boots. Ankle boots add a distinctive shape to your silhouette and a fierce note to your wardrobe. Typically, ankle boots have a tall, strong heel and stop low enough to let you show off some calf (very sexy). They are wonderfully versatile, but we would pair them in one of two ways: with the classic skinny jeans/leggings look that is all the rage these days, or with something long—maybe your favorite long skirt or a trench coat.
The stacked heel style has become popular with boots of many different heights and cuts, and for good reason. There’s something classical and appealing about a heel that seems to be made of layers, and it adds something visually interesting to what can easily be the most boring part of a boot. But a stacked heel often defines the style of the boot overall, since it usually means the boot will appear to “sit on top” of the heel, with the two neatly divided, rather than the boot extending seamlessly down into the heel. The result is more emphasis on the upper (suede is popular for stacked heel boots for exactly this reason, as are buckles and other embellishments) and the appearance of more height, since you seem to be standing on top of something. Experiment with stacked heels and see how they work for you!
This is a style that hasn’t gotten enough play in recent years and we’re happy to see more of them on the market. Most women’s boots are either knee-high boots or thigh boots, but over-the-knees split the difference. That gives them a lot of advantages. First off, they break naturally with the shape of the leg: the cuff of the boot falls right where the leg naturally bends, which means they seamlessly follow your shape in a way most boot styles don’t. Secondly, they let you get the sexy long boot look without the comfort issues that can come with thigh-highs.
This is a style a lot of fashion mags won’t talk about, but there are some wonderful, sexy options for the daring girl out there. Combat boots can look similar to ankle boots, but with two differences: combat boots are often flat or low-heeled, and the shape of combat boots doesn’t follow the leg as closely as traditional ankle boots. They are boxier and more rectangular. This works great for women who want to make their legs look thinner and, oddly, combat boots paired with a knee-length skirt are hawt.
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