Top 5 Must Have Boot Styles


70s inspiration is everywhere this season and the chunky heel boot always looks best with retro style. If you want to perfect a boho look head to toe you need a chunky heel. Not to mention they give you the height without the pain that a stiletto heel would. I’m starting to feel weird whenever I put on anything with a super thin heel. The chunkier the better, it looks more effortless.

It’s all about finding boots that hug your legs in a flattering way to create that sock boot look. We all know and love over the knee high heel boots but for the daytime it’s better to go with a flat pair. You create the thigh high silhouette while still being able to walk around comfortably. It’s sexy but not over the top.

Here’s where you can have a little bit of fun with your boots. These probably won’t be your everyday go-to but they definitely will be eye catching. When you want to look chic with minimal effort wear a clean solid outfit and throw on a fun pair of boots with fringe.


If you love the Acne Jensen boots but don’t want to splurge I linked a lot of great alternatives. Pointed toe silhouettes are the perfect mix of dressy and casual. These are the boots I usually wear to the ground by the end of the season!


Heading to dinner or a night out with the girls? You can’t NOT own a pair of heeled over the knee boots. With skirts, tights, leggings, jeans they always look sophisticated and make such a statement. I’ve found that this is something worth the splurge. The extra cost tends to look extra flattering on your legs.