The ground’s trembling with anticipation for this season’s boots. Any one of the items from this collection will let ladies own NYU with a sense of chic, comfort and confidence in every step.
Taupe Liller (Aldo, $80)
The taupe tone to these boots sets them apart from the typical black and brown hues. Small belt buckles adorn both the front and side of the shoe so that they can be worn with either skinny jeans or dresses to add flair. The flat heel makes them comfortable and practical for daytime wear around campus.
Oliv (Guess, $149)
The combination of a spiky heel, buckles and shoelaces give these boots a playful character. The sleekness of the heel counteracts the rugged effect of the buckles and lace to make these boots a must-have. Though they are certainly not practical shoes to survive a long day around campus, they are shoes to be walked in with an air of confidence.
Madden Girl Pattiee Slouch Buckle Boot (DSW, $59.95)
The folds in the soft, light brown leather and the crisscross effect of the buckles give these boots individuality without going overboard. The sensible heel becomes an adorable asset with its wedged look. At a great price, these boots are perfect to wear with a fun fall dress or with skinny jeans and an oversized sweater.
Allegrate (Guess, $169)
The open toe, intricate details on the buckling and unusual light green color make these boots the perfect reminder that just because the seasons have changed, the styles have not become obsolete. The low heel allows these boots to be both practical and fashionable for campus-wear. Perfect to wear with jeans, a dress or even leggings, these boots will turn heads.
Enzo Angiolini, Randies Over-The-Knee Suede Boots (Lord and Taylor, $225)
These boots are well worth the money; their sleek style with the simple cuff at the top give an elegant appearance. The cuff can be undone so that the boots gently hug the knee to create the elongated style that has been popular this season. These are best worn with a simple, short, flowery dress. The boots don’t serve to overpower, but complement any girl’s style.
See the original article, published on October 18, 2010, at WASHINGTON SQUARE NEWS.