• Meg



I'm super happy to say goodbye to hot summer days, and say hello to covered toes fashion. And when I want shoes, and I want them quickly, I hit up Amazon.

So here are my top picks that can be worn fall through winter, love em or leave em.

You cannot go wrong with a pair of Hunter wellies. I grabbed a pair of the classic black a few weeks ago, that I wear to muck out my chicken coop, but these bad boys would look cute on anyone going basically anywhere. Don't love the shorter style? Go for the tall boots. Kid's football game on a rainy day? Boom, style. Stalking a rich man in the middle of the night while standing on his lawn when the sprinklers go off? Boom, style. Whether walking your kid off the football field or sitting in the back of a squad car, you'll be cute as hell.

I love TOMS. I mostly love that with every pair of shoes purchased, TOMS will give a new pair of shoes to a child in need. It also doesn't hurt that they're super stylish and comfortable. They make a killer bootie, offered in so many gorgeous shades, like this dusty olive. Pair these with a pair of skinny jeans or leggings and an oversized sweater and you're ready to go. Where? I don't know. It could be your couch. But you're ready, boo.

When it comes to this boot, I'm a die hard fan. I've been wearing these boots for the past 8 years, and I will continue to buy them for as long as they continue to make them. I first found them at Free People, and I was just so happy to find something that wasn't a fuzzy Ugg boot. Look, I love me some Ugg too, but I was sick of looking like every other middle age woman out there. What do you get for the price? Super soft leather exterior, a vibram sole and a sheepskin shearling lining inside of the boot. Adjustable for almost any size calf, tie these up for a casual, slouchy look. These boots are inspired and handmade by the Aboriginals of Canada.  Which means every pair is unique and individually crafted. Manitobah MukLuks get an A for originality and style.

I would sell a child for a pair of Kork-Ease boots. Don't judge me. I've worn this brand for years, and I love how lightweight and durable they are. This particular style, Chandra, comes in both suede and leather, with a 21⁄2 inch stacked block heel, two side slits at the top of the boot on either side and a rear zipper for an easy on and off.

For those of us living where it might actually snow, it's time to find a good pair of boots that can keep your feet dry while managing to look cute as well. I have to go with Hunter again for this pick. These boots are insulated with a fleece lining and a thermal insulated sole that Hunter says can be worn in temperatures as low as -7°F. Don't love the tall boot? Grab a shortie.

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