Fall 2015 Style: Boots That Channel the ’70s

For every shopaholic, another fall season means a new pair of boots. This year, specifically this season, it is all about the ‘70s. Get ready to jump feet first into autumn as we show you the best pieces to wear this season that bring back retro-cool with rock goddess vibes.

boots 1

Dress // Coat // Boots

The first look is for all you bohemian babes: think fringe, maxi or knee length dresses and skirts, patchwork prints, and peasant tops. The great part about going bohemian is the flexibility it offers. Most any style of boots can go with your whole entire wardrobe, regardless of the season! We especially love this knee-length dress with a thigh high boot and suede jacket to top it all off.

boots 2

Scarf // Coat // Denim // Boots

One of the reasons why the ‘70s is a much-loved decade, is because of the momentous change in had in the fashion industry, all thanks to Yves Saint Laurent and Halston. Both designers were pioneers of incorporating menswear and historicism into womenswear. This second look captures to the colors Saint Laurent embedded in his designs, and the minimal look Halston had in his, with midi boots.

Midi booties, have to be our favorite style to wear this season. This style is great for any body type and are the perfect go-to pair for work, a night out, or for an off-duty look on the weekend. Simply recreate this look with ripped denim jeans, an earth-toned coat, bright scarf and midi booties with metal hardware.

boots 3

Jacket // Blouse // Denim // Boots

One of the key elements in putting an outfit together is texture. Texture adds an extra umph and furthermore, suede has the ability to take us back to the ‘70s for a retro-sophisticated look. Suede boots can make the colors of your outfit seem even richer and the texture has enough impact that you can ditch accessories. Pair suede boots with skinny white denims, a printed blouse and a jacket.

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