Take a look at this incredible list of the boots you need to add to your wadrobe this fall. With such a wide variety of boots and their colors, materials, and looks, you’ll have trouble choosing just one pair. Feel both stylish and comfortable in this vast selection of the types of boots that are a perfect fit for this fall.
1) Short Ankle
True to their name, short ankle boots are very low cut boots that only skim the ankle area. These are some of the most common boots you’ll find out there, worn consistently by both men and women. These boots work well with just about anything, but usually are worn with pants. They are often made of suede, so most often come in colors you’ll find of that leather, usually a grayish pastel. An excellent choice for casual, day to day affairs.
2) Chunky Ankle
These dark leather boots will help give you an extra inch or two when it comes to height. They are known for having pretty thick heels and soles. Your walking may feel a little stilted, but the style and height boost are well worth it. You should wear these for the fun, casual excursions in life, like partying with friends or a night in the city.
3) Heeled Combat
These boots are designed to be study and grip the ground tightly. They are best suited for a rugged enviroment, meaning you won’t have to worry about wrecking or dirtying these boots too much. These are taller than the average heel boot, with lacing running down them to keep them in place. Combat boots are a good choice for outdoor activity, as well as concerts or other party venues.
4) Brown Ankle
Another boot commonly made of suede, but like you might think, the trend for these boots is a rusty brown. They often come with tassels on the sides or other accesories, though you can easily find the tride and true simpler versions. Brown ankle boots are trendy boot rising in popularity more recently, so if you want to stay on top of the fashion curve, get yourself a pair of these boots.
5) Low Ankle
The shortest boots you’ll find out there, low ankle boots are practically slip-ons. These boots come in a variety of materials, including leather, suede, rubber, or even synthetic materials. You can even find these boots in waterproofed leather, giving them a wider versatility.
6) Flat Ankle
These boots stay true to their name in a few ways: they tend to have smaller heels, letting your feet sit more flat than the typical boot. They also have a flat opening around the ankle. This boot has a few more options regarding tying when compared to other ankle boots. They offer laces, zipper, straps, and slip-ons.
7) White Combat
Combat boots are almost universally regarded as dark, usually coming in black or a deep, deep brown. That’s why these stylish boots need their own category all together. White combat boots are very similar to average combat boots, but they are following a recent trend. Make sure not to get these dirty and keep your white combat boots that nice, crisp white.
8) Brown Combat
Another subcategory of combat boots, brown combat boots let you explore your options in leather. You can find an aethitically pleasing variety of leathers that have subtle shifts in tone and shine in any light. You get all the functionality of combat boots while getting to show off some nice leather.
9) Short Cowboy
Cowboy boots are their own unique form of boots, so these short cowboys combine the best of old and new fashion. Like traditional cowboy boots, they are made of leather without lacing, with a slightly pointed toe and intricate patterns woven into their sides. Making them shorter was an excellent way to bring cowboy boots into the modern age and bring them back as a fashion movement.
10) Short Rain
Short rain boots are another boot that takes the functionality of another boot while making it more fashionable and chic. Most rain boots are bright primary colors and are calf-high. Short rain boots change this by giving them a more subtle color choice that tends to match wardrobes better, as well as making them shorter and less clunky.
11) Classic Ankle
Classic ankle boots are almost the basic when it comes to boots, but they are popular and for good reason. They are still considered ankle boots, with with taller brims than most, medium heels, and slight points at their toes. As classic as they are, it makes them a great option for just about any situation.
12) Mid Calf
Boots are starting to get a little taller now. These boots are considered a little harder to pull off, since the curve of their brim tends to make legs look more wide than they actually are. That’s why they often go with clothing that can cover their brim. But these boots have such a classic, trendy look that it’s worth searching for the ones that fit you just right.
These boots are tall enough to stop right below the knee. These are some of the most sylish boots you’ll find, and work with clothing bottoms of any kind and any length. They also come in more fabric options than most boots, like fabrics or rubbers unused for the short ones. These boots are simply a must-have.
14) Thigh High
These boots were actually adapted from older versions used primarily for riding horses. But they’ve made it to the modern day, and are considered on the cutting edge in terms of fashionability. They are considered ideal for those with longer legs, though having higher heels can also help give them the chic appearace these boots are known for.
Wedge boots are peculiar due to the fact that, instead of having a seperate heel like the average footwear, their heels are fused to the sole of the shoe, into one large wedge shape. You might need to adjust to the differences in walking that these boots provide, but they are surely worth that change. Wedge boots are a modern classic.
Moto boots, also known as motorcycle boots, are fiesty and powerful. These black leather boots are designed for high energy and stability, making them a good option for many situations. Of course, the association with bikers make these a consistenly cool choice.
17) High Heel
You can find these in all sizes, but what’s important here is how high the heel is. These boots are considered a status symbol, the higher the heel being more elegant. Probably not your first choice for an average day, but they’re great for the rare special occasions.