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As the weather gets colder, getting snuggly is a must. Enter the three “warms” of Fall: sweaters, beverages, and, my personal favorite, shoes. Ladies, boots season is (finally) upon us.

Now, finding the right pair is no easy feat. How much do you spend? What different types do you need to finish out your collection? Should you buy heels? Flats? The checklist can seem so lofty that you may just think of sticking to your old, beat up, faded pair. Sound familiar? Well, worry not my lovely Slicers – welcome to your boot guide. You’re welcome.

To make life easy, I’ve broken it down into the different types of boots you’re probably in need of, with a save and splurge option for each:

  • Booties (to the ankle)
  • Mid-Length (to the middle of the shin)
  • High-Length (over the knee)

Sound good? Great.

Before you dive in, though, the first step is figuring out what types of boots work you’re your different types of outfits – and for that, College Fashion has your back. I know, the name may sound iffy, but they know what they’re talking about. Ready?

Let’s get started.

ANKLE BOOTS

If you’re looking to save: Target
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How much will you spend? Between $30 and $40

If you’re in the mood for a splurge: Madewell
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How much will you spend? Between $200 and $300

MID-LENGTH BOOTS

If you’re looking to save: 6 PM
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How much will you spend? Between $40 and $70

If you’re in the mood for a splurge: Nordstrom
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How much will you spend? Between $150 and $250

HIGH-LENGTH BOOTS

If you’re looking to save: DSW
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How much will you spend? Between $60 and $150

If you’re in the mood for a splurge: Bloomingdale’s
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How much will you spend? Between $200 and $500

Still not satisfied? Worry not – Racked has even more options for you to choose from.

Happy strutting!

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