Closet Confidential: Fall Boots

 
Hi there! It’s Liz with another installment of Closet Confidential and today I want to talk about the perfect fall boot.  I don’t know why but a good riding boot is usually the first thing on my shopping list come cooler days. They are timeless, effortless, and seem to get the best bang for their buck in my wardrobe. I have always been a fan of the traditional riding boot but with high heeled options and adorable booties making their way onto the scene, it is difficult to narrow down my favorite choices.
 
 
 
So which would you choose? In my mind, Tory Burch never seems to go wrong with her boots and I am drooling over those navy booties.
 
Until next time! Have a stylish week!
xo Liz
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  1. Those riding boots look nice, but I can’t wear knee-high boots. I went shopping for short boots yesterday and I was so upset because there wasn’t a single pair of boots suitable for a 57-year-old. They all had high heels and some had platforms. I want to be able to walk in them and I don’t want my feet to ache. I’ve come to the conclusion that nobody makes attractive COMFORTABLE short boots for older women. Comfort is very important as you get older.

  2. Im amale long boot wearer and I love aal these boots. I wear boots with jeans and jodhpurs. I often get comments from women asking me about my boots