Fiorentini + Baker Buckled Boots

November 12, 2012

in Ankle Boots , Boots , Fiorentini & Baker shoes

Boots, boots, everywhere we look… boots!  Nothing surprising about that – we are well into November after all, and most of us will (or have) already been hit with snow, so yes, it is most definitely boot season.  Deciphering which pair to get can make your head spin with so many options, but don’t hesitate to bring out your inner rocker chic with Fiorentini + Baker.  These boots are great for day and can add an edgy tone for night.

Buckled Ankle Boot

Mischa Barton

Fiorentini + Baker Celia Ankle Boot

While Mischa Barton’s skirt maybe a little short for day, she is working her buckled ankle boots.  These Fiorentini + Baker  Ankle Boots do work with skirts, skinnies, leggings, etc.  The distressed suede lends a worn-in rugged look which definitely brings out your inner tough girl!

Brown Leather Strapped Boots

Nicky Hilton

Fiorentini + Baker 713 Eternity Boots

Nicky Hilton shows off her darker side, but if you’re feeling a little “lighter,” try these brown leather boots instead.  These Fiortentini + Baker 713 Eternity Boots are shown in a shade that actually does go with black, but also works when paired with a variety of other colors assuring these boots are not a one-trick-pony.  Try them with jeans or leggings, or really branch out with a long maxi or uneven hem skirt.

Stacked Heel Boots

Halle Berry

Fiorentini + Baker Net Boot

Fiorentini + Baker Net Boot

Halle Berry pairs her stacked heel boots with a sweater dress and leather jacket.  Unlike our previous selections these are a bit more traditional with a touch of the moto-trend, meaning, you could most likely get away with these Fiorentini + Baker Net Boots for a casual Friday kind of work environment.

Celebs and “regular folk” all love Fiorentini + Baker for the wearable versatile styles they continue to give us.  Show off your inner tough-girl with your own Fiorentini + Baker boots today!

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