Spring is inching closer and closer and you’re probably already stocking up on the seasonal staples. Like statement tees, midi skirts and long shorts. But before you go ahead and add those brand new sandals to your virtual shopping cart, be they thongs, super strappy or square toe, we’re asking you to consider swapping a few pairs for spring boots.
What exactly makes a boot spring-worthy? It usually comes down to color. The ever-popular white boots are great transitional options, but bright shades of blue and green plus pastel takes are also on the menu. And yes, florals work, too. It’s also a great time to experiment with artsy heels — just make sure you can walk while wearing them.
Ankle boots are the preferred silhouette when it comes to spring boots since they hit at the perfect height for all those cropped jeans you’re bound to be wearing. But don’t forget about their taller cousins, especially the knee-high variety. They go great with midi skirts and even miniskirts when the temps don’t quite meet our warmer weather expectations.
We’re also big fans of texture this time of year. Croc patterns are an easy way to go wild this spring. And don’t forget about combat boots. Just make sure you favor more spring-minded versions boasting cool details like a little sheen or transparent soles.
Ready to spring ahead? Check out below to see 17 pairs of spring boots you’ll want to wear everywhere once the temps heat up.
1460 Vegan Boot, $140 at Urban Outfitters
High Heeled Leather Boots, $199 at Zara
Isa Goat Leather Ankle Boots, $655 at Moda Operandi
Becca Ankle Boot in Cream, $525 at Need Supply Co.
MM6 Maison Margiela
6-Heel Ankle Boots, $570 at Farfetch
MC Over The Knee Boots, $820 at Ganni
& Other Stories
Leather Square Toe Heeled Boots in Beige, $179 at & Other Stories
65mm Leather Ankle Boots, $890 at Luisa Via Roma
Pippa Ankle Boots in Blue, $150 at Anthropologie
Joni Western Ankle Boots, $450 at Anthropologie
Violeta by Mango
Heel Leather Ankle Boot, $74.99 at Mango
Cube Boot in Amber Croc, $550 at Dear Frances
Maryam Nassir Zadeh