Fall is finally in full swing, and even though I am obsessed with summer and never want to see it end, I have to admit I love fall fashion the best. I actually get excited to put away my shorts, tanks and summer dresses so I can break out all of my fall clothes, shoes and accessories. There is a question I often get asked that I wanted to answer, how or what do you wear booties with? Let me share my fall fashion tip: how to wear booties.
To bring your favorite fall outfits together in a simple yet fashionable way, my top tip is to pair it with a great pair of booties.
Fall Fashion Tip: How To Wear Booties
I recommend booties that have either a low heel, or if they are higher, a chunky, wedge type of heel.
Next you need to decide if you want booties that are more shoe-like and come below the ankle, or booties that rise up and cover your ankle. I have and love both types of booties, so that is more of a comfort thing and personal preference.
When wearing booties with jeans I opt for either ankle length, skinny jeans or jeggings. Ankle length jeans will hit right above the top of your booties, while skinny jeans and jeggings naturally lay tight against your legs so they fall inside of your booties.
My husband and I recently went out for our anniversary dinner, and I wore a cute dress from Stitchfix paired with open toe booties. I received many compliments on my look, especially the booties. They work so well when transitioning an outfit from summer into fall and give a dressier look a bit of edge.
Don’t be afraid to pair a midi or maxi skirt with a graphic tee, booties and top it off with a denim or moto jacket for a simple, yet fashionable fall look that can be worn to the office, girls night out, or even on a date.
Here are some booties that I am currently in love with for this fall. (many are on sale):
What is your favorite fashion or accessory to wear in fall?
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