7 of the Best Ankle Boot Styles to Buy for Fall 2019

We hate to admit it, but it’s time to start thinking beyond your leather slides and espadrilles. Chilly weather is on its way. The good news? With it comes our second-favorite kind of footwear: booties. And we have a list to get you started, all available at your neighborhood Walmart and With every pair coming in under $55, feel free to pick up more than one. Variety is key, right?

1. Melrose Ave ‘spoiler Alert’ Vegan Booties

These versatile booties (yes, leopard print is a neutral in our opinion) will maximize all of your looks this fall. We love the practical height of the two-inch heel—comfortable enough to walk in, but a little more oomph than your trusty flats.

seude laceup boots

2. Melrose Ave ‘leave A Message’ Vegan Boots

A soft twist on a fall staple, these 100% vegan lace-up boots are made of faux suede with a cozy fleece lining for extra warmth and comfort.

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3. Time And Tru Knit Boots

We absolutely love the knit element of these heeled boots, which have that coveted sock-bootie look.

4. Scoop ‘isla’ Low-heel Ankle Booties

Want to add a little pep to your step? Look no further than a pair of fresh white booties.

brown leather cowboy boots

5. Maurices ‘ryanne’ Mid-calf Cowgirl Boots

If you’re the kind of fashionista whose motto is either “more is more” or “go big or go home,” then classic cowboy boots are for you. Balance the obvious western feel of your footwear by pairing them with a structured blazer, slip skirt or preppy sweater set.

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6. Time And Tru Mid-length Boots

As mentioned above, animal prints are neutral as far as we’re concerned. They go with everything and work with every color. The latest print on the verge of slithering its way into your wardrobe? Snakeskin.

7. Time And Tru Combat Boots

Combat boots are perennially chic and back in a major way for fall 2019. The best way not to feel all Tomb Raider every time you wear them? Pair them with a feminine piece like a floral dress or pleated midi skirt.

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