It's easy to say that Autumn is the best time to purchase a new pair of boots. The shops are filled with ankle boots, rubber boots, buckled boots, you name it - you'll find it. I've decided to short list a few of my favourite pairs from both high street and high end stores.
Torella Ankle Boots
Find them here from Aldo.
These are the perfect winter boots. They have a thick rubber sole to help grip to slippery surfaces, cushioning around the ankle and soft interior to make them extra comfy. I think it's fair to say that these are a fashionable version of Timberlands- still durable and practical but the colour and style makes them more fashionable and easy to wear.
Black Ankle Buckle Boots
Find them here from H&M.
I have been in love with these boots since I first saw them in store. I've frequently picked them up and tried them on but Chelsea boots just don't suit me. These are very light and easy to wear, not practical for bad weather as your feet will get wet but they work well with a pair of leggings or skinny jeans.
Red Light Ankle Books
Find them here from ASOS.
Similar to the above H&M boots, these are classic Chelsea boots with a fastening buckle design. The tanned imitation leather style can bring a look together, especially if worn with denim.
Black Block Heel Angle Boots
Find them here from River Island.
These are another pair of boots that have caught my eye in person. They are extremely simple with a block heel and soft thick in lining, they just look so comfy yet practical. River Island shoes are usually high quality so I expect these would last a long time even through tough winter months. If you're looking for a pair of simple yet practical boots I think these are the winners.
Find them here from Levi's.
I visited Levi's site as I knew they'd do simple boots that were high quality and looked lovely. I chose these brown ankle boots as they look so classic with the seams giving a little edge. I can imagine these would last forever (or at least quite a few years) so they are worth the money.
Find them here from Kurt Geiger.
Lastly is a gorgeous pair of KG boots. Though I prefer the black pair of these I'd thought I'd show the taupe pair because black can be a little boring. These have quite a high feel for casual boots but that's what makes them so stylish. For those of you who want to wear boots in the winter but aren't a fan of flats, Kurt Geiger is the place to go to.
Are you a fan of boots in the colder months?
Where are your favourite boots from?