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The 5 Best Boots for Fall In New York

September 9, 2013 6:00 AM

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No fall outfit is complete without a fabulous pair of shoes. Step into autumn and check out these must-have boots for the new season. By Krissy Dolor.

See Also: The 6 Best Fall 2013 Dresses For New Yorkers

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credit: Madewell

Madewell

486 Broadway
New York, NY 10013
212-226-6954

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Bikers may give off a badass vibe, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be chic, too. Unleash your inner tough gal with this biker boot, which pairs perfectly with dresses and jeans. (The Biker Boot, $238).

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credit: Anthropologie

Anthopologie

50 Rockefeller Ctr
New York, NY 10020
212-246-0386

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For a more feminine look, don these Seychelles, which mesh cowboy boots and sandals into one, romantic-looking shoe. Great for a rodeo, but work just as well when navigating the subway stairs. (Cross-Buckle Booties, $130, Online Exclusive)

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credit: Target

Target

Atlantic Terminal
139 Flatbush Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11217
718-290-1109

If you need a little boost in the height department, these wedge boots are your perfect fit. Not everyone is a heels woman, so bring the wedge trend into the fall season. (Merona Kadence Wedge Ankle Boot, $34.99)

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credit: ALDO

Aldo

Queens Center
90-15 Queens Blvd
Elmurst, NY 11373
718-595-0821

You can never go wrong with the classic riding boot. Both casual and chic, these brown knee-highs will also give you some height — two inches worth! (Skarivano, $110)

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credit: Steve Madden

Madden Girl by Steve Madden

157 E. 86th St.
New York, NY 10028
212-426-0538

And if you’re looking to channel your inner Daria, lace yourself into these combat boots. The vintage look mixed with a military style make for a fashion-forward fall staple for 2013. (Gizmoo, $69.95)

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