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Fashion trends can be fleeting (cough, cough--Harem pants, anyone?) or solid investments. And a good pair of boots is definitely the latter. Here are six styles we’ve got our eye on--and where to snag them.

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The Frye Company: Motorcycle

Head to the newly opened Frye Company store at NorthPark Center for a pair of Harness boots ($278). The style, based on what Civil War soldiers wore, is as iconic as college football in Texas. Permission granted to wear them with both dresses and jeans.

8687 N. Central Expwy., #N1-1212; 214-363-3793 or thefryecompany.com

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Sundance: Booties

The new Sundance store in NorthPark has a cool California-meets-Texas-ranch vibe. We're fans of these Segretto booties ($298) which have a hidden two and a half inch edge inside the heel.

8687 N. Central Expwy.; sundancecatalog.com or 469-232-2279

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The Shak: Open-Toe

An open-toe pair like this one by Pedro García ($550) is perfect for Dallas’s fluctuating fall and winter weather. And a bold color like port can make an otherwise drab outfit pop.

500 Crescent Court, #100; 214-871-3600 or stanleykorshak.com

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Riffraff: Fringe

Fringe is a trend that is hot--and not just because we’re in Texas. Fringe truly creates an upscale Western vibe, as is the case with these boots from Riffraff ($75). The price won’t hurt your wallet, either.

4009 Northwest Pkwy.; 479-445-5964 or shopriffraff.com

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Nordstrom: Riding

The Penny boots by Sam Edelman ($150) are not only comfortable but can transition from work to cocktails with ease.

8687 N. Central Expwy.; 214-231-3900 or nordstrom.com

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Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th: Over the Knee

Over-the-knee is a trend that's definitely worth trying, and mixing in these heeled Ivanka Trump boots ($100) is worth the gamble for the season.

8040 Park Lane; 214-750-5909 or saksoff5th.com

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