The Boot Meter: How To Choose Your Shoes Based Off Temps

November 7, 2013 by Sara Alderman
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I don’t know any girl who has just one pair of boots in her closet, and I went to school down South for 4 years. You at least have one everyday pair and another for when it rains or snows. But is that really enough? Think about it. You can’t wear sandals in the dead of winter, even if it is an unusually warm day. But if your boots have shearling or hit mid-shin or higher, are you really going to wear them when it’s 60 degrees out? We think not. That’s why it’s not only important to have a range of boots in your closet, but you should also know when to wear each pair when. And that’s what we’re here to tell you! Click the slideshow to see which boots are appropriate for warm, freezing and every type of fall weather in between.

For more boots we love, check out: the best wide calf boots, cute rain boots, and UGGs that don’t have shearling



Sara Alderman has covered topics from fashion to beauty and beyond.

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