My 3 favourite heeled ankle boots for autumn/winter
This year, heeled ankle boots have become my favourite. I have three that I love and wear a lot. I just want to say that these aren't the best photos. It was difficult to take them in a good light and these were the best that I've been able to take. Also, these all look a little blue because of the lighting they were in.
Public Desire Emilia boots: My Public Desire Emilia boots are one of my favourite boots that I own. These are faux suede boots and they look nice dressed up and I do tend to only dress them up. They're easy to walk in, but start to hurt my feet after a while. What I like about these is that there's a zip on the inside and laces on the outside. The laces make it good if you've got chubby ankles like I do, otherwise these wouldn't fit me.
These are the only pair of boots and shoes in general I own that are pointed. These are the highest shoes I own and they're 4.2", which at first I found them difficult to walk in, but now I have no trouble. The heel is a stacked wooden heel effect, which I think looks lovely as the boots are black and they really stand out. Under the boots I like to wear 'invisible' socks or black socks/tights if it's cold. Because of the lace ups on the side, it really only looks good with black socks/tights. These were £39.99 and I love them.
New Look boots: A different pair of boots I own are these faux leather, chrome heeled boots. I actually got these from New Look for £5 in their sale, but I'm not sure how much they were originally. I love chrome heels and I seem to see a lot of shoes around at the moment that have chrome heels. They're comfortable and look good dressed up or dressed down. They're easy to walk in, but after a while they hurt my feet.
Primark boots: My newest pair of heeled boots are the Primark velvet sock boots. These are the only pair of sock boots I own and I love how they look. What I like about these is that they tie up at the back. These are very comfortable and have a little bit of a platform at the front bottom, which makes them easier to walk in. These were £16 and look really nice with really any outfit. The only thing with these is that they pick up every inch of dust and show up, which is why they look suuuuuper dusty in these photos.
What are your favourite boots?