10 Summery Ways to Wear Your Ankle Boots

Sick of your sandals and open-toe shoes? Give your good old ankle boots some love this summer. While the style typically thrives in the fall, there are plenty of weather-appropriate ways to wear them during the warmer months. From adding a pair of booties to your go-to denim-shorts look to subbing the style in for your typical heels-and-dress outfit combo, boots are a great way to freshen your summer looks.

To help you hop on the trend, we're sharing our favorite celebrity outfits as inspiration. While Bella Hadid pairs her boots with a super-simple bodysuit and cool denim skirt, Jessica Alba opts for a classic look, wearing a sleeveless dress and studded booties, proving that, no matter your personal style, there are ways to pull off boots in the summer.

Check out 10 ways fashion girls wear ankle boots in the summer below and shop some of our favorite styles, too.

How To Wear Ankle Boots In The Summer

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Black patent ankle boots will always look cool with a light-wash denim mini.

10 Ways to Wear Ankle Boots This Summer

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Style light-wash skinny jeans with tan ankle booties. 

Cute Ways to Wear Ankle Boots This Summer

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Studded boots are a cool contrast to a sleek LBD.

How to Wear Boots in the Summer

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A cool animal-print pair is a no-brainer for summer.

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Sock booties and blazer dresses are a match made in heaven.

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Tall Western-inspired boots take casual jean shorts to a whole new level of cool.

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Metallic boots are a summertime must-have.

Cute Boot Outfits for the Summer

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Add a touch of fun to your summer look with blue boots.

Opt for boots with a cool transparent heel (or an all-over clear upper).

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You can't go wrong with white boots and a cute skirt set this summer.

Next up, 30 Spring Ankle Boots That Will Look Good in the Summer Too

This article was originally published at an earlier date and has been updated.

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