Although it’s officially September, Boston is definitely still in summer mode. For instance, today it hit up to 98 degrees. (Which begs the question, “Where is Nick Lachey these days?”) Even though it may be physically impossible to slither into our ’70s flare jeans just yet, it doesn’t hurt to start gathering inspiration for our fall wardrobes. With school back in session and a fresh outlook on the season ahead, it’s difficult to not to take a good hard look at your closet and determine what essentials you’ll need when the weather turns. My fall style always tends to sway in a different direction each year, but I always like to keep a few staples in the mix, especially when it comes to boots. After living in Boston for three years, I’ve gotten my boot collection down to a science. There’s the all-weather boot that can get you through the elements. Then we have the classic utilitarian boot that goes with just about everything. And last, but certainly not least, is the conversational boot. This is the boot that you might not wear everyday, but adds a bold statement when summoned upon.
A few weeks ago I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work with SOREL and two other lovely bloggers for a back-to-school/fall photoshoot. When I showed up on set, I was pleasantly surprised to see that all of my go-to boot styles were in attendance that day. Tilden of To Be Bright was in the classic utilitarian style. Britt of The Relevance Report was sporting the Out N About boot or the all-weather boot. I was stomping around in the Major Low Print bootie or what I’d like to call the conversational boot. It was a fun-filled (and very warm) day of shooting looks in our own unique styles to showcase just how versatile these boots are for fall. I had never worn SOREL boots before this, but had heard from others that the craftsmanship was legendary. The others were right. The materials are luxurious and my booties wer über comfortable. I walked around in them for roughly six hours and my feet were not the least bit sore afterwards, which is an A+ in my book. I consider animal print a neutral, so having the tiger print heel paired with the tan suede made it pretty effortless to mix-and-match some of my favorite fall pieces with these boots. If you’re in the market for some new fall boots this season, and I know you are, I highly recommend SOREL. I know I’ll be back in a few months to pick up a winter pair.
What type of boot is your favorite for fall? Keep scrolling to see how Tilden, Britt, and I styled our looks, as well as shop the boots from our shoot.
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