Tall boots are an easy addition to your wardrobe because they can be dressed up or dressed down. Wear them with jeans or dresses, or with skirts. No matter how you style them, you can’t go wrong. We’ve got four great pairs of tall boots you’ll want to run out and buy right now.
Four great options for tall boots this winter
Easy Street Womens Tessla Slouch Boots
For work or for play, the Easy Street Womens Tessla Slouch Boots from JCPenney are a great choice. These boots have a side zipper for easy on and easy off. The stacked block heel is just high enough to add some interest, but not so high that you’ll be teetering when you walk. Available in six different colors, including black, gray, and dark brown you’ll want to pick up more than one pair to go with your entire wardrobe.
Allie Knee-High Boot
The Allie Knee High-Boot from Madewell is a splurge. But if you’re in the market for a good pair of black boots, it’s a splurge worth making. Made from rich leather with no frills or adornments, this is a good basic black boot that will last for years to come. These boots come in regular and extended calf.
Vintage Lace-Up Knee-High Boots
The rich brown color of these Vintage Lace-Up Knee-High Boots from ModMiss makes them a perfect casual addition to your fall and winter wardrobe. These boots have a low heel and lace-up using a hook system, just like old-fashioned boots. The vintage look of the material gives them a worn-in look while still being comfortable. These boots are also available in black. They’ll look great with jeans or leggings.
For a totally work appropriate shoe, try the Oreyan Boot from Nine West for DSW. Available in black, this simple shoe has buttons down one side and a zipper on the other for easy on, easy off. The block heel adds some interest while still being easy to walk in. The cushioned foot bed adds an extra layer of comfort. These boots are very versatile. They’ll look great with jeans, leggings, skirts, and dresses.
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