Best Fall Boots for Women
By Danny Wong
, last updated May 26, 2011
The best boots for women this fall are leather in a classic tan color, high cut with heels to give you some more height. Here's why these will make you by far the most fashionable this autumn.
For some class, leather boots work best. High quality leather is important too, because you don't want something cheap that'll break down after a few wears, or even before your first wear, and high quality leather helps because your boots should look good, not like you bought them at Wal-Mart. Leather is durable, and sometimes looks better after a few wears too, which gives the boot a bit of extra character.
For versatility and style, tan does it all. Tan is the perfect color for boots that you can wear with nice jeans, both dark wash and light wash, leggings, and even a skirt, if you know how to do it right. Tan is simple, without being as conservative or boring as black or chocolate brown is. Since it's the fall, tan does well, unlike in the winter, when tan will get dirty easily.
To flatter the boot and make it stand out, get one in a higher cut, that might even go up to your knee if you're bold enough to wear a great pair of boots like that. A boot with a very low cut might as well be a shoe, so it might be worth getting a boot with a higher cut that will show you've got style and aren't afraid to show it.
Boots with heels help to give you a bit of extra height which helps very much in flattering your figure. Plus, this is great for shorter women who would like to stand a bit taller and normal sized women who want to show off their inner model. Thicker heels might be nice rather than something too small since a thicker heel will be sturdier and less work to walk in, which is something women appreciate.