Thursday, October 8, 2009

The Boot

Peace out to the season filled with candy coloured pedicured toes and flip flops. Fall is here in full force which means it’s time to start rocking the layersand, my favourite item of all time - the boot!

Boots are an essential staples in everyone’s closets, but there are three types of boots that all women must have to take them through the fall and winter months in style..

The Riding Boot
You can throw on your classic riding boot with any outfit and it will adapt! Paired with skinny jeans and a cashmere sweater, you can get the chilled out weekend look, or rock your riding boots with a cute fall dress and tights to be the epitome of urban chic. My pick for best riding boot selection is from Frye. They are an investment that ,if treated and cared forwith love, will give you a lifetime of style.
Paige Clovertab Cuff Riding Boot – FRYE $458
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The Snow Boot
No more rocking the three inch leather boot heels in snow storms. Invest in a cute snow boot that will make your winter journeys warm, easy and slip free. Plain and simple enough to wear whenever you need them!

UGG Waterproof Boot lined with sheep skin. No laces for easy on/off! $350.
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The “I'm going out dancing to kick these winter blues” boot
No matter how cold it is outside, these boots will heat up your outfit instantly! Add a little edge to any outfit with the Rosegold “Eliot” Cut Out Boot. The stacked heel is key for dancing those cold nights away and the grip on the sole will make sure you don’t slip and fall on your way home!

Rosegold “Eliot” Cut Out Boot - $240
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You can also try a little something from our fave twins Mary Kate and Ashley. Check out the Elizabeth and James “Valley” Lace Up Boot. The slouchy boot with lace up detailing is unique and will add that extra little something to any outfit!

Elizabeth and James “Valley” Lace Up Boot - $335.
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So, throw on your fave pair of boots, get walking and enjoy all that fall brings. But, don’t you dare forget about those cute, little toes that still need to be pedicured even though you’re rocking the boots!

Writer: Monica Wejman

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