Lace ‘Em Up: Every Closet Needs a Pair of These Boots

Boots are obviously a must during the winter season. Whether heeled, knee-high, leather or suede, winter’s staple shoe is sure to be your go-to in the upcoming months. With that said, there is one type of boot that is sneaking up on everyone this year: lace up boots. They’re knee high; slightly reminiscent of combat boots, but somehow better (hard to believe right?). Watch out, because lace up boots are taking over, and the brand “Free People” may just have everyone else beat.

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Free People’s Caspian Tall Lace Up Boot is the answer to every boot lover’s dreams. Emitting the classic bohemian aura of Free People, these boots are perfect for a day out and about, shopping, sight seeing or just going on a walk through the park. Pair them with a long maxi dress and a cropped sweater for the ultimate hippie look. You can also go for something a little more classic and couple these boots with tall knit boot socks, destroyed light wash jeans and a loose knit creamy sweater.

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The perfectly destroyed look of these lace ups add a unique and rebellious touch to any outfit. Wear them on a lunch date, on a picnic, to the mall or just around town. These comfortable boots can spice up any bland ensemble with their subtle hint of unconventional charm. Embrace the inner hippie inside of you. It’s time to lace up your boots, step outside your apartment and become one with nature (or Bloomingdales, whichever you arrive at first).

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