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Who else hears the word "fall" and automatically thinks of boots? Nope? Just us then? As fashion girls, we can't help it that the moment a new season approaches, our minds immediately go to what we'll be seeing, wearing, and buying for the next several months. So now that fall is right around the corner, we can't stop thinking about boots. Ankle or knee-high, flat or heeled, printed or solid—we can't simply choose just one.
We're not the only ones jumping the gun on fall's newest boots, either. Our stylish readers have been showing off their best boot outfits on Instagram lately, and there are four new fall boot trends they happen to all agree on. From lace-up styles to square toes, the biggest fall shoe trends mirror the boots our readers are favoring. Coincidence? I think not. This stylish group tends to be ahead of the trend curve each season. To see the boot trends they love and how they're wearing each, keep reading, and then shop our picks of each.
Lace-up details are the defining factor on this season's coolest ankle boots. These sleek boots add a cool utility-inspired feel to any outfit, so we fully expect them to become our pairs for everyday.
If you're a fan of skinny jeans, this boot trend goes out to you. Slouchy and knee-high, these boots are easily worn with your go-to fitted denim tucked in for an easy and chic fall outfit combo, or take a cue from one of the below outfits and wear them under a midi-length skirt or dress.
Statement boots of all kinds are going to give your plain pairs a run for their money. From bright, unexpected colors to fun, bold prints, these statement-making boots will bring all your fall outfits up to level 10.
We predicted that square-toe boots would be the biggest boot trend of the whole year, and not to sound annoying or anything, but we were right. This is the boot trend you're probably going to see the most of for fall and winter.