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We’re loving these splurge-worthy leather-and-suede boots from local designer Anine Bing. Under a pair of black skinny jeans, they make us feel rocker chic.
Anine Bing ($699)
These PVC Parisian imports have been keeping French tootsies dry since the 1970s. We think they’re perfect for the next deluge.
Super-low leather sides and a one-and-a-half-inch heel add up to a bootie with the comfort of a flat but with more coverage. This design will become your new everyday go-to with jeans.
Sam Edelman ($130)
These stacked-heel boots have a cushioned foot bed for maximum comfort--and the price can?t be beat. Pair the Maplewood hue with taupe tights and an above-the-knee skirt to make your legs look a mile long.
Lands' End ($139)
This boot changed everything with its interior wedge and perma-wrinkled shaft. Sure, it’s pricey, but the Isabel Marant label carries loads of fashion cachet.
Isabel Marant ($820)
The classic moccasin-boot has been spotted around town on fashion-forward types wanting to inject a little hippie style into their jeans-and-sweater combos. They come in natural, black and gray--our personal fave.
Western bootmaker Frye has pared down the simple shape of cowboy boots, losing any beading, stitching or other embellishment. A short zipper makes them easy to slip on and off, and they come in four colors including bold Bordeaux red.
The Uggs brand is branching out: These short, multi-buckle leather or suede boots read coed rather than sheepherder.
While the novelty of chilly weather in SoCal has been kind of fun, finding footwear suitable for it hasn’t. Until now. These short boots, sported with socks, are cozy enough to withstand the cold. And come warmer temps, they’ll be ideal with bare legs and skirts.
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