We all have that one pair of shoes we simply cannot live without. It could be a pair of Converse high-tops, oxfords or even ballet flats. Either way, everyone has a pair.
For me, no matter the season or the ensemble, I almost always wear my favorite pair of boots, the Veronica Short by Frye. I consistently find ways to work them into whatever I am wearing and as a result, I’ve retired several pairs over the years. They are comfortable, versatile and the perfect color. Sadly, they don’t make the transition to summer. But, it makes the following fall that much better.
The same is true for this Fashionista. Her well-worn and well-loved combat boots are her go-to shoes and she wears them more often than not. These combat boots are the ultimate pair of shoes for almost any season and especially, this recent and weird transition period. Technically, it may be spring but it surely feels like winter. Despite these boots being best suited for colder temperatures, it is also possible to sport them this season. Try pairing them with lace tights or socks as an accent.
As well as being timeless, this Fashionista’s combat boots are the perfect color. It is basic and neutral. The Fashionista picked the right color and style combat boot for her bohemian look. Undoubtedly, the billowy printed pants are the focal point of the ensemble but the combat boots enhance it. The chestnut color picked up hints of orange and red in pants, making it look cohesive.
The Fashionista further accessorized with mismatched and unique earrings, illustrating her quirky sense of style. She also included a bright yellow scarf, which was weather appropriate and trendy. Overall, this Fashionista took a boho look and made it her own with such distinctive accessories especially, her well-worn combat boots.
Spotted: rag & bone fall 2014 ready-to-wear collection showcased combat boots in various basic colors such as beige and black.