If there was a 2018 remake of Dukes of Hazzard, the saying would definitely go, “These boots are made for fall.” It goes without saying that boots are a closet staple when it comes to this season. From low-cut boots to Chelsea boots to heeled boots, there’s a style for everyone to choose from!
We’ve put together a few boots for you need for fall:
For those days where it seems like the rain just won’t stop pouring, you’ll be glad that you invested in a cute pair of rain boot like Blair Eadie from Atlantic Pacific.
As far as we’re concerned, chukka boots can make any outfit look instantly more stylish.
Thank goodness that fall is back because we’ve been waiting to wear over-the-knee boots for the longest time!
It’s time to break all the rules, and wear white boots after Labor Day!
Fashion alert: sock boots are back for the second year in a row!
Finding out how to style a pair of low-cut boots can be hard. Style with edgier details like fishnet stockings to toughen up the look.
Personally, booties are year-round footwear, but fall is the official start of boot weather and the perfect time to invest in a new pair (or two) to get you through the dreary weather to come. The beauty of the bootie is that it can easily be dressed up or down to go with any style or outfit.
If you can’t afford investing in a new pair of boots this season, check out your closest Crossroads! Every time I go into Crossroads, I find a pair of on-trend boots, gently used and affordably priced. Recycled shopping lets you try the latest trends without putting a huge dent in your wallet.
Take a look at the hottest fall boots this year!
With a sophisticated update for 2018, the Western trend has dominated runways and now retail stores. The trendiest fall uniform will consist of cropped denim and Western ankle boots. Catch up on last week’s blog post for other ways to wear the Western trend!
Just as the Western trend has returned, so has animal print. Grab a pair of snakeskin or leopard print boots, and pair them with a simple outfit to make them the star.
There’s no need to put away your favorite white summer booties; they’ll still be your go-to boots to pair with your denim and chunky knits this fall!
…Because how else are we going to transition our dresses from summer to fall? Layer up and finish your fall outfit with a pair of tall boots.
These boots were made for walking! Chunky, block heeled boots will be your best friend this fall.
Alternatively, kitten heels are still holding their own this season. You’ll notice that all of the above trends will come in block and kitten heel form.
They’ve been slowly creeping their way into the fashion scene... First on the runway, then on street style “it girls” and celebs, and now I’m officially seeing style bloggers covet the surprising trend of the “dad sneaker.” You know the type: the off-brand, normcore sneaker your average dad can be seen wearing at an amusement park chasing after his kids. We embraced “mom” jeans, and apparently dad sneakers are next!
I’m not entirely on board with this trend, but in case you happen to be, there are some absolutely ways to make these chunky sneakers look chic! Take a look at five ways to style dad sneakers and make them the “it” sneaker of 2018.
1. Go athleisure.
What better way to wear any new sneaker trend than with your favorite athleisure look!
2. Pair with feminine pieces.
Create contrast by pairing these chunky casual sneakers with decidedly feminine pieces.
3. Embrace the perfect traveling shoe.
Let Chiara Ferragni inspire your style! She’s no stranger to traveling around the world and does it in only the chicest comfort.
A little weary of drawing too much attention to your new sneakers? Coordinate the colors of your sneakers to your outfit for a seamless transition.
5. Suit it up.
Aimee Song creates an entirely different look with her suit, swapping out expected heels for Louis Vuitton sneakers.
Heeey, I’m Mary. You may have seen me around the Internet or on Crossroads’s Instagram feed at some point. I’ve somehow made it all these years on the Crossroads Style Council without an official Crossroads blog post. So, here I am with a little about me, my style philosophy, and my favorite Crossroads finds!
Officially, my career is personal shopper and stylist. I work in fashion and interiors with individuals & brands. You could also call me a “Youtuber”, as my largest audience is at my channel HeyMaryElizabeth. I live in Los Angeles with my mini schnauzer and nearby thoroughbred, dreaming of my future ranch and organic garden.
Born in the suburbs of Los Angeles, skate and surf culture permeated the air. Neighborhood kids searched for empty pools to skate, and Vans and Converse were the epitome of cool. And high tops were the height of it—I mean, of course the ones with the star were coolest. Duh.
Luckily, their appeal hasn’t worn off, and it’s been a lifelong love affair. I recently decided I needed a pair of high top white All Stars, and a few weeks later—as fate would have it—I stepped into Crossroads in Studio City to discover my size, like new, for under $20. SOLD—the perfect addition for all my cropped pants. We’ll just call ‘em winter white. A girly tomboy for life, here’s how I paired my new friend, Chuck:
Between you and me, there’s nothing a pair of over-the-knee boots can’t do to jazz up an outfit. Not only are they versatile, you can use them as an extra layer for warmth during winter. Consider investing in a great pair (make sure to check out your local Crossroads!) for an easy, effortless way to make a casual outfit look more chic.
Any of these combinations are a fail-proof shortcut for pulling off over-the-knee boots.
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