Tips & Trends | Ride Or Die: The Riding Boots Edition

Who else is ready for autumn? As the summer heat turns into fallen leaves, most people get excited to shop for the colder weather (I am one of those people). Regardless of being done school forever (forever, ever), I will always associate this time of year with back to school and it always gets me motivated to polish up my wardrobe the same way I would back in the day. I love getting functional and stylish pieces that can stay in my closet for more than just one fall season. Every woman needs at least one pair of boots they are loyal to, whether they are shorter or taller pair (or if you’re crazy like me, you have a selection of heights depending on your outfit). 

Riding boots are a fall staple for so many. They serve many purposes as well, whether casual or more dressed up. You can wear them with a pair of jeans or even a long sweater dress. These days, brands are paying attention to quality/durability, sizing (especially with regards to width for the larger calves club which I am the president of), colours and details (hardware, accents, etc). Because they are so versatile, I find them to appear every year in any shoe store I go into.

As you know, our girls Anh and Linh find the best of designer for their clientele. In the shop section of the Designer Swap website, there are many beautiful pieces for sale that you should totally check out! Below are three pairs of boots PERFECT for the upcoming fall season.

Hugo Boss | Leather Lace-Up Boots | Size 7.5

Prada | Canvas & Leather Riding Boots | Size 6.5

Acne | Knee-High Boots | Size 7

How do you style your riding boots? Let us know in the comments!

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