It feels like fall so bring on the boots!

Oh. My. Goodness. I can't believe it. The temperature fell below 80-degrees. Not only did it fall below 80, it STAYED below 80. ALL DAY! You know what that means? Break out the BOOTS! The tall boots. The boots that hit you at the knee. THESE BOOTS.

Aren't they beautiful? They're so stylish and so comfortable. Very similar description to another pair of shoes I own made by this company, Joyfolie, where I got these images. My other pair of wedges turn heads every single time I wear them. Find out why here

Now back to these stunners. I really like the deep mahogany color - it's not the typical dark brown, it's got a richer texture with the hand-rubbed patina. Each boot features 13 brads, giving it that extra element of style. With a modest heel, your feet won't hurt at the end of the day. I've actually worn them three days in a row - traveling two of those days on a plane and no complaints! Which shoes besides flip flops and tennies can you say that about?

So since it's South Florida and still warm for boots weather, I decided to pair these babies with a dress and on other "cooler" days in the future (I hope), some rompers. Don't get me wrong, I do love tall boots with skinny jeans and leggings, but I think dresses and rompers are so much fun!

Aztec print dress from Etiquette Boutique. Boots from Joyfolie.

Here's the dress I wore with the boots. I got this Aztec-print number from a locally-owned boutique in Fort Lauderdale called Etiquette Boutique. See my other fab find from there by going here. 

If you're interested in getting some of their shoes at a discount (including the fabulous wedges from my previous post, Joyfolie is being featured on Zulily right now. Sale ends Monday at 9 a.m. EST. If you aren't a Zulily member, join here.

What do you think of the outfit? How do you like to wear your boots?


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