4 ways to wear booties this fall

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after a brief unintentional hiatus, i’m back with another styling session for the fall season! this time i’m teaming up with one of my local friends, melanie of @simplymelanielo to showcase how we style our favorite pair of booties for cooler weather. i’ve put together four looks below and will post a speedy video to my IGTV channel will be up on thursday, november 14th at 3:00 p.m. be sure to head on over to melanie’s account to see her outfits as i will be sharing my favorite of the bunch in my stories.

as always, if an item is sold out, i’ve tried my best to find a similar option. garment details are listed below as well as linked in the @liketoknow.it app. i’m wearing natalie borton’s sydney hoops in gold wood in all four looks. be sure to follow her on instagram for how you can shop her highly anticipated holiday collection which launches today!

lastly, the sock booties featured in the post/video are unfortunately from last season, but everlane has a VERY similar pair that has amazing reviews. i also found this affordable option from target as well.

old navy faux suede mid-calf boots (similar here & here) || mango ribbed jersey dress (US4) || lack of color hat (similar) || madewell leopard tote (c/o) (similar)

old navy faux suede mid-calf boots (similar here & here) || j.crew point sur slouchy boyfriend jeans (size down at least one size) || jenni kayne sweater (affordable option) || madewell perfect belt (small) || clare v marcelle backpack (affordable option)

old navy faux suede mid-calf boots (similar here & here) || abercrombie side-slit skirt (similar) || gap long-sleeve tee (small) || anthropologie kimono jacket (similar) || madewell simple pouch belt bag (xs)

old navy faux suede mid-calf boots (similar here & here) || abercrombie button-front top (similar) || everlane wide leg crop pant (2) || amazon rattan bag

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