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Stepping Into Autumn: Top Boot Picks For The New Season

Happy Labor Day, we hope you are closing out Summer with a little bit of adventure and relaxation. The holiday signifies the unofficial end of summer style and our minds shift towards crisp air, layers, and our favorite accessory: BOOTS. 

Our love of really great boots is because of their abundance of not only style but versatility. The right boot can make even the simplest of ensembles fabulous. If you make any investment this season, you must buy a great boot. And we just happen to have quite the selection for you to pick from. Here are our top 4 picks of must have styles for Fall/Winter 2015.

1) Lace Up Tactic Boot by Bedstu- This boot is the perfect example of tough get it done attitude meets style.  A lace up boot with two side zips for easy on and off, this utilitarian style suits anyone.  This handsome tomboy look can be worn with a long dress or paired with a flannel and jeans.

2) Craven Ankle Boot by Bedstu- This boot exudes all that the wanderlust and free spirited tribe is about.   With it's gorgeous color that has a blue hue boasts black, gray and blue tones on the leather, the Craven boot is love at first sight.

3) Black Buckle Clog Boot by The Art Company-  The Art Company is known for their metropolitan style and artisan quality and these black ankle boots are the epitome of style and craftsmanship.  The heel height is perfect for all day wear and this boot goes with everything.

 

4) Pampa High Cuff by Palladium-  Rustic and utilitarian, the Pampa Hi Cuff from Palladium is a perfect choice for modern explorers in search of a classic style. This style is one of our unisex picks for Fall. We love this style so much we even used it in our latest photo shoot.

From denim to dresses, boots go with everything. Explore some creative pairing; a long dress with ankle boots or flared denim with heels. Think outside the box and let the new season begin...



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