Riding Boots for Fall 2006
I love these new suede knee- high boots in Urban Outfitters because of the versatility, comfort, but most of all, I adore the price: $68- don't the boots look sooo much more expensive?
Even though Delias has always really annoyed me, these boots are actually pretty adorable! Even they don't really look more expensive then they are (that is always a plus) they are definetely buy-able!! They cost $69 and are the "sedgwick " boots- yes very annoying, I know!
For a bit more of an expensive option, opt foe these Nine West Kamella Tall Boots that also look like more of a riding boot, due to the shined leather and foldover top-part. They cost $179, which is relatively a pretty good price- compared to the next one...
Okay, don't laugh. These Prada Cervo Riding Boots have literally been haunting me in my sleep after I saw them in the new Saks catalog thingy that came in the mail. I mean, aren't they gorgeous? But of course- beauty is pain (for you or your wallet) and they cost a crazy (!) $980. Gosh! (that was my Napoleon Dynamite moment and I didn't even notice it when I typed it).
For a much more cheaper option while still being designer, try these great water-resistant Burberry Rubber Riding Boots for $165. They look uber-comfortable and I think they are for actual equestrians! But if you have no plans for jumping on a horse anytime soon, they are great as rain boots for rainy days...obviously.
Definetely pair these boots with tapered jeans like from Sass and Bide or, Abercrombie which is selling great skinny jeans lately at good prices. If skinny jeans aren't your thing, try other Fal staples such as chunky long turtlenecks withe leggings or boyfriend sweaters. Just remember to not overload on accessories- that is just sooo NOT Fall!
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