7 Boots You’ll Actually Wear This Spring
There are so many reasons we get excited to celebrate the arrival of warm weather, but packing away our boot wardrobe is not one of them. There’s just a certain air of cool that boots lend to a look — one that pumps, flats, sneakers, and sandals just can’t offer. Luckily, as we move from winter into spring, there are plenty of weather-appropriate styles available that work for the in-between season and help to effortlessly edge up your look. From cutout styles to open woven fabrics to peep-toe silhouettes and more, Spring 2018’s crop of boots have got transitional style on lock.
1. Zara Braided Mid Heel Ankle Boots ($129): No socks required! A pop of bold color and a breezy fabrication make for a spring style double whammy.
3. H&M Suede Ankle Boots ($70): Lean into the sunny season — and show off that fresh pedicure — with a peep-toe bootie. In goes-with-everything tan, you’ll have a festive add-on to everything from denim to dresses.
4. Dolce Vita Dee Booties ($150): This season, white is the new red when it comes to boot hues. Street-style mavens were rocking this look all Fashion Month, so expect it to carry into spring.
5. Elliot Light Grey Ankle Booties ($39): Taller styles like knee length and OTK boots might feel a little suffocating when warm weather comes, so opt for an ankle-length bootie in a light neutral tone. The colorway pairs with almost everything, and the subtle-v cut lets you show a hint of skin when you rock these with jeans.
6. 1. State Amilee Cut Out Bootie ($129): The mule’s more covered-up cousin, the slingback, cutout bootie lets you feel the breeze from front to back. Bonus points for an easy-to-walk-in block heel.
7. Topshop Dip Chelsea Shoeboots ($52): Get the best of both worlds with a peep-toe pair that’s open in the back, as well. Styled with relaxed denim and a tailored topper, you’ve got a look that’s equal parts laid-back and polished.
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