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Top Affordable Boots For Fall & Winter

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Fall is kind enough to bring us many delightful things – sweater weather, pumpkin spice, Halloween, and BOOTS. I always find myself rejoicing when I can finally pull out my boots I’ve been hoarding all year. They just go with everything… you really can’t go wrong.

The thing about finding the perfect pair of boots for every occasion is that you don’t have to spend a fortune on them. Especially if the style you’re looking for is more trendy than timeless, you can get away with getting a pair that’s on the cheaper side. We’ve scoured the internet for some of the cutest styles for this fall and winter season. What’s your favorite style of boots to wear?

Simple booties, $89.95

This style is an absolute must-have. Not only do they go with everything (and come in 4 different colors), the heel isn’t too high, therefore they’re comfortable. They’ll go with just about any outfit.

Black Buckle Booties, $39.90

Forever 21 Black Buckle Booties

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The buckle details on these boots is simple yet eye catching. What better way to spice up an outfit?

Tan over-the-knee boots, $88

Tan over-the-knee boots

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Every woman needs a pair of tan OTK boots. They’re sexy yet casual, perfect for pretty much any occasion. Plus, the heel is the perfect height so they won’t absolutely kill your feet.

Velvet ankle boots, $79.95

Velvet ankle boots

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Velvet is the perfect detail to add to an otherwise simple outfit. Pair with all black, and you’re good to go.

White faux suede booties, $34.90

White faux suede booties

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Step out of your comfort zone with some white booties. I would not suggest wearing these to a bar or club, but they’re a great option for a chill night out when you know you can keep them safe.

Lauren is a beauty and lifestyle editor for Beauty Hacked at 301brands who has a strange obsession with cats and a love for Drake that will never be reciprocated. Follow her on Instagram: @lpetermeyer