Boots on a Budget

boots on a budget

Day 20/21 brings us to the topic of boots.  Boots are great for everyone because there are so many styles to choose from.  If you like a heel, there are boots with heels or visa versa for flats.  If you don’t like boots that are calf-height or higher (knee or even over the knee), there are booties.  If you like a heel but are worried about your back (ahem), you can opt for the wedge boots.

I do recommend getting one investment pair of boots – the style is your choice – but one pair that will be a staple in your closet.  Frye, for example, is a higher end boot manufacturer.  Yes, you pay a bit more for them but the quality pays for itself.  Take good care of them and they can last you for years to come.  When it comes to the trendy boots, I can totally see spending less!

Let’s start with booties.  There are casual booties and then there are dressy booties.  You can wear them with a pair of jeans or trousers or with a cute skirt.  Click on any of the images to get more information.

Next, let’s talk about wedge booties.  They give you a smidgen more support than a heel per say, with the added height.

On to the boots that I like but for some reason my husband doesn’t…over-the-knee boots. I love them and may have to grab the one from Nordstrom!