The holidays are in full swing and winter is almost here. Over at Style Salute, we’re turning our attention to our winter wardrobes, and boots are an absolute essential. Our editors swear that the number-one power-dressing tip for styling your leggings is all about how you work the boot. And if there’s one style of this footwear staple you have to make room for in your closet, it’s buckle-embellished boots. These beauties were walkin’ all over the 2017 Fashion Week runway and they give a little edge to any outfit. Keep scrolling to see our top buckle-embellished picks to add to your boot collection this season.

Buckle-EmbelLished Boots

1. Just like every girl needs her little black dress, she also needs her go-to little black booties. The Isola “Odell” Block Heel Bootie ($99) takes the basic leather black bootie and jazzes it up with a gold ring buckle.

2. Talk about a boot throwback. The Jeffrey Campbell Regan Floral Booties ($178) mix vintage florals with the emerging buckle trend.

3. There’s no shoe change necessary from the office to dinner when you’re wearing the Sofft “Nadra” Ankle Strap Bootie ($100). We particularly love the double leather strap in the back that wraps around to connect at the shiny buckle.

4. Channel your inner fashionista in these funky and fierce Michael Kors – Lori Leopard-Print Calf Hair Ankle Boots ($275). This winning combo will make you feel like a street-style star who knows what’s up.

5. We are so ready to bring the warmth of fur to our feet this winter in the Stuart Weitzman Gofurit Mink-Trim Ankle Boot ($350).

6.ASOS RELIEVE Suede Buckle Ankle Boots ($87) are our new favorite mock cowboy boots. Details like the buckles, suede, and pointed toe give them a Western look, while the silhouette adds a modern twist.

7. Want legs for days? Just throw on the Bella Vita Toni II Knee High Boot ($115).

8.Vince Camuto Pamma Suede Booties ($99) are the perfect boot to wear when you have an agenda full of errands and last-minute holiday shopping — but still want your outfit to be on-point.

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