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Fashion - The Ankle boot a Winter wardrobe staple

ankle boots

Hey lovelies,
for me an absolute staple in my wardrobe for Autumn and Winter are ankle boots. I have several pairs but pictured are four of my favourite's, the humble ankle boot is not only practical for the colder months keeping are tootsies warm and allowing us to wear chunky socks they also are a fashion must have going with everything in our wardrobes from jeans and trousers to skirts and dresses.They can be dressed up or down, be plain or statement the choice really is endless. For me everyone needs a pair of black ankle boots in there footwear arsenal, but statement boots are also becoming a massive player this season from burgundy, to buckle to animal print, floral and beyond there really is loads of choice on the high street at the moment. 

Here's a few from the high street to wet your whistle, there really is an immense choice out there.....

I am defo lusting after a leopard print or floral pair the jury is still out........

What will you be buying this ankle boot season? 

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1 comment

  1. I so LOVE ankle boots at this time of the year, and I always love how you style them! I have ones from top shop this year which are just perfection :) I love them!

    Erin || MakeErinOver


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