WHAT ANKLE BOOTS TO BUY THIS SEASON

Looking for a new ankle boot this season? I’ve got you covered…

Perfect for that tricky transition from one season to the next, the ankle boot should be a staple in every woman’s wardrobe. In my opinion it is one of the most versatile choices of footwear and works whether your style is classic or eclectic. Team with skinny jeans, wide leg pants, a maxi dress or a mini and it will instantly update any outfit.

Whatever your style, start your ankle boot hunt here…

THE STAPLE: Tony Bianco, Fifi boot, $249.95 (AUS)
It’s the classic round toe, thick block heel combo which makes these boots such a good choice and will see you through many an outfit.

THE SOCK BOOT: Hannahs Pulp Luxxe, $49.95
I always wondered whether the sock boot would continue to be a thing – and it seems so. Worn by all the off duty models (Hadid’s, Jenner et al) the trend seems to have started in 2016 and still appears to be going strong two years later. Like a second-skin these stretch jersey booties are lightweight to wear and work well with the ballooning silhouettes we’re seeing of late.

THE STILETTO: Alias Mae Teagan Boots, $239.95 (AUS)
I’ve long been a fan of a stiletto so instantly loved these. They’re tall (but not too tall) and add an air of sophistication to any outfit.

THE SPLURGE: Studio Boot in Light Taupe, by Rebe Burgess $895.
Yes these ones are on the pricey side but keep in mind they’re made in Italy. I love the cylindrical stacked wooden heel and this light taupe colour which gives another classic option to practical black.

THE SAVE: Country Road Emilia Pointed Boot, $99.
White boots were all over London Fashion Week and have since been picked up by the fashion sect world-wide. And while they’re a popular in-vogue choice for the Northern Hemisphere Summer, I’m not a huge fan. But if you are going to get some, make sure they’re a good price, as they could be a fad by next year.

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