Fall is (finally) in the air in Los Angeles. While tall boots might still be a bit warm for our brisk winters, booties are the perfect staple. Ranging from casual combats to sexy stilettos, there’s a pair of booties for every occasion. Show off these pairs on Bruin Walk or at your next holiday party!
The Philygal from Steve Madden takes fall fashion to the next level with a sleek leather bootie. An edgier take on the traditional shoe, these booties would be perfect paired with ripped skinnies, white tee and a bomber jacket.
The Monnica bootie is a more traditional fall shoe. With worn, camel colored leather, these booties are the perfect amount of worn down to pair with a maroon turtleneck dress and infinity scarf.
These Gara boots take vintage to the next level. The style and pattern is reminiscent of the 70s while the warm colors embrace fall weather. Pair these with a pair of flare jeans to bring out your inner Jackie Burkhart.
These berry red Layla booties are the perfect splash of color for a fall ensemble. They’re a perfect shade for the holidays and match with almost anything. If you’re like me and love wearing black, these booties will compliment your entire wardrobe.
The best way to make a statement is with these Answer Me suede booties. Just dramatic enough to make everybody look but subtle enough to wear everyday.
The absolute best way to stay dry during El Niño is with these Hunter Pulltab Lightweight Chelsea Boots. This style comes in many colors but the traditional black makes even rain boots look stylish.
Circus by Sam Edelman
I have these Holt boots in black and they are some of my favorite shoes I own. The subtle details of the snakeskin and the silver metal studs add an edge to any outfit. I usually pair them with black tights and a black skater dress.
Leather and lace? More like leather and diamonds with these Rae boots. These booties have the perfect heel to walk around campus all day in while still staying warm and looking fierce.
These Paul Green Darcy Chain boots combine a sturdier army boot with feminine style. Olive green pairs well with traditional fall colors of neutrals, maroon, browns and black. Try these booties with white sweater tights or brown suede dress.
I have these boots as well! The soft tan color compliments any other color. Also, the peep toe and chunky heel dresses up an outfit more than traditional booties would. I love how the Port bootie looks with ripped dark wash skinny jeans, white tee and slouchy maroon cardigan.
You can never go wrong with a classic black pointed bootie. These Ginnee boots will last years and never go out of style. They would be great to wear to class with light wash skinny jeans and a black knit poncho.
Get ready for more posts coming soon from our new AMAZING Blog Committee! I love seeing how fashion can bring people together.