• Webvertorial: Riding Boots at Jildor

    Just like you can count on the leaves of the trees to blossom into fiery shades of red and gold with the change of the weather each year, you can count on certain trends to come back into style each fall. The riding boot is absolutely a fall staple. This classic boot is casual, yet polished so it transitions beautifully from day to night. Here is some Tory Burch riding boots that should be in every girl’s closet this fall!

    Aaden Riding Boot by Tory Burch

    The Tory Burch Aaden Riding Boot in black leather is an absolute American classic. Its combination of sleek styling and Western details results in a look that is unmistakably urban cowgirl chic. Tuck your jeans or leggings into the boot to show off the intricate stitching, harness detailing, and pewter tone ornamentation to its full advantage.


    Calista Riding Boot by Tory Burch

    Tory Burch elevates the traditional riding boot by adding ornate details and using a pop of color. The Tory Burch Calista Riding Boot in pine red leather mirrors the brilliant tones of the fall leaves with its warm reddish-brown hue and gold-tone hardware. Wear these boots with a knee length soft floral dress and a fitted denim jacket for a feminine prairie look with a modern edge.


    Alaina Ankle Boot by Tory Burch

    If you love the classic equestrienne style ridding boot, the Alaina Riding Boot in black leather is the shoe for you. It exemplifies the traditional long, lean lines of the riding boot. This classic boot is crafted out of quality black leather with an inside fabric lining for style and comfort. Pair them with skinny jeans and a cropped leather jacket for added edge.

    You don’t have to be an equestrienne to rock a riding boot. This fall, add comfort and glamor to your wardrobe with these sleek and sassy shoes.

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    Claire Sulmers is the publisher and founder of Fashion Bomb Daily, the #43 most influential style magazine in the world.

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