It’s no secret among my friends, colleagues, and relatives that I kind of have a thing for boots. Aside from being my favorite category of shoes to buy and wear, they might just be my favorite fashion item period. So, it would come as no surprise to someone such as my husband that on a hot and humid August day like today, I’m already thinking about the pairs I’m eyeing for when the temperatures drop come fall. However, I thought that I would give you that little bit of context in case this was all news to you.
Now, back to the real topic at hand—the fall boots I cannot help but already covet. From sleek to chunky, black to brown to beige, there are more styles on my many wish lists than I could ever possibly snag for myself, but I’ve decided to share them all anyway. After all, just because I can’t have them doesn’t mean someone else can’t and, when it comes to options, I’m definitely a more is more kind of shopper and figured you might be too. So, without further ado, just keep scrolling to see and, of course, shop all of my boot picks—so far—for the coming season.
Manu Atelier Multi Panel Xx Duck Boots ($595)
Manu Atelier’s square-toed duck boots are a fashion crowd favorite.
Schutz Analeah Pointed Toe Knee High Boot ($295)
These will never get old.
Prada Lug-Sole Leather Chelsea Boots ($890)
This favorite from last year will definitely be making a comeback this season.
H&M Ankle Boots ($50)
Just add a midi dress.
Mango Leather Boots With Track Sole ($130)
When winter weather comes, the owner of these boots will be stylishly prepared.
Staud Wally Boots ($550)
Fun-fact: These inspired this story.
By Far Lange Snake Print Booties ($578)
You don’t see black snake print often, and I can’t seem to understand why.
Dr. Martens 2976 Quad Platform Chelsea Boot ($180)
You can’t go wrong with Dr. Martens.
Wandler Bente Snake-Effect Leather Ankle Boots ($234)
I’ve been eyeing these for a while and this markdown might just be my excuse to pounce.
Khaite Suede Ankle Boots ($890)
I just love these so much.
& Other Stories Square Toe Leather Ankle Boots ($179)
This under-$200 pair looks well worth the price tag.
Mango Heel Leather Ankle Boot ($120)
Square toes make such a difference.
Dear Frances Sleeve Boot ($795)
Ash Magma Short Boot ($250)
I’m very into this exaggerated sole.
Paris Texas Slouchy Python-Effect Leather Ankle Boots ($750)
Grey is trending for fall and these are the perfect way to incorporate the color into your wardrobe.
Ganni Rubber Knee-High Boots ($285)
Go big or go home.
Miista Noelle Leather-Trimmed Stretch-Knit Boots ($435)
Two-tone done so right.
& Other Stories Chunky Platform Leather Boots ($229)
If it’s not clear already, I’m betting on chunky boots (again) this fall.
Isabel Marant Denvee Boot ($875)
Isabel Marant never fails to produce a fresh, western-inspired boot season after season.
Sam Edelman Olina Patchwork Boot ($180)
A little outside my comfort zone but I just couldn’t help myself.
The Row Leather Ankle Boots ($1290)
The Row is always the goal.
Brother Vellies Lauryn Boots ($795)
Block heels like this give me some much-needed height without sacrificing comfort.
Ulla Johnson Jett Snake-Effect Leather Knee Boots ($845)
This subtle two-tone effect is everything.
Grenson Naomi Leather Platform Chelsea Boots ($385)
Word on the street is that these are extremely comfortable and I think it’s pretty obvious why.
By Far Stevie Suede Knee Boots ($585)
These will look just as good with dresses and skirts as they will with jeans and trousers.
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