10 Pairs of Cute Winter Boots that Aren’t Over-the-Knee

10 Pairs of Cute Winter Boots that Aren’t Over-the-Knee

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A week or so ago I posted some questions on my Insta Stories to see what kind of content y’all would want to see for the winter. Some of you asked to see a roundup of cute winter boots that aren’t over-the-knee options. That’s what inspired today’s post because I definitely feel like OTK boots can get a lot of attention in the fall/winter seasons!

I was just at the mall perusing all the options for cute winter boots and I saw so many amazing pairs that weren’t anywhere near OTK.

Scroll down to read about some of the cute winter boots that really caught my eye!

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10 PAIRS OF NON-OTK CUTE WINTER BOOTS:

  • Marc Fisher Devin Bootie: My coworker just got these boots and the moment she tried them on I knew I wanted them. They’re a loose fit around the ankle which seems perfect for tucking in jeans and leggings and also for a slimming effect on bare legs.
  • Sam Edelman Caprice Knee-High Boot: I’m still kicking myself for not getting these boots during the Nordstrom sale! You could wear them easily with jeans for everyday or with a dress for a classic winter look. Just waiting for the light cream color to come back in stock!
  • Sam Edelman Olen Boot: Into the Gloss just wrote this article about Gilmore Girls being the epicenter for all things fall beauty. I’d like to take that a step further and say that there’s some pretty solid fall and winter fashion inspo courtesy of Lorelai! She’s always nailing a winter dress look with this style of boot and it slays in my opinion. So sleek and so sharp!
  • Dolce Vita Lela Boot: Every winter season I’m always drawn to a lace-up or combat style boot. I’m not exactly sure how they would look on me (I’m going to try some on to see ;)), but they always look so cool on everybody else! This style of winter boots would make such a statement in veering away from the traditional OTK boot. You could pair them with a skirt or dress to add an edge to a feminine look!

On the topic of boots…did you catch my post on the 5 most versatile styles of fall boots? Take a look and you might find a pair you’d like to keep your eye on once Black Friday sales hit!