Versatile boots for a bargain price

  • Friday, November 16, 2012 5:56pm
  • Life

Ahhh, boots. Can you have too many? Maybe, but who cares at prices like these.

Here are three knee-highs that blend materials and textures in faux and real leather.

The equestrian-style buckled boot shown has a comfortable toe and a low heel for everyday tromping around. The Denver boot from Annie Shoes is on Amazon.com for $44.50.

If you prefer teetering, try Arden B’s 5 1/2” stiletto heel with a 1-inch platform. Find it at www.ardenb.com for $62.30.

Get a firmer grip on the ground with a tall, wedge-heeled pair of Cougar Women’s Mirage boots. See them on Amazon.com for $125.50.

Herald staff

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