outfits   //   January 15, 2018


the best boots on sale right now // luella & june

J.CREW Coat // FRAME Jeans // Boots (similar style here, here, and here)

While there’s never a bad time for a sale, there are certain times that I favor more than others. Right now is one of those times. Why? Because this is when resort collections start to pile in, forcing retailers to mark down all the cold-weather goods. Since it’s still very much winter right now, you won’t have to wait until next season to sport your sale finds. It’s very much a buy-now-wear-now sale time. That’s fun, right?

It gets even better when you score a deal on something you know you’ll be wearing for many winters to come, too. The boots I’m wearing here are the perfect example. I snagged these on sale at Barneys at this time last year. They’re long gone now, but I did manage to find several very similar styles that are – lucky you! – on sale, including these, these, these, and these. I also really love this tan suede pair. The color is so good. Last but not least: this pair is one of my all-time favorites and is over 80% off today. #rundontwalk

If over-the-knee boots are a little too Pretty Woman for you, there are plenty of other on-sale styles that are worth a look. A knee-high pair is always classic. I’ve been eyeing this pair on Matches. I like the round-toe and the heel shape is cool. I also love these ($125!) these, and these.

Looking for something lower? Check out these wear-with-everything booties from Club Monaco. The color is the perfect neutral. This pair from Vince is also a good one. They’re the kind of boots that you can dress up or down. I also found a pair of Isabel Marant’s “Dicker” booties on sale. Such a good score! They’ve been around forever and remain one of my very favorites. If you happen to be a size 7.5, this under-$200 pair is worth checking out. For those that don’t already own a pair of Rag & Bone’s incredibly comfortable “Newbury” booties, now is your chance to score a pair on sale. Happy Monday.

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