The Best Fall Booties

Happy Monday!

I’m excited to kick off a week-long “Best Of Fall” series here on the blog, where I will be featuring Five Fall Must-haves, featuring one each day.

I touched on why ankle booties are so essential to a Fall Wardrobe + how to style them in my post FALL REBOOT WITH SHOE CARNIVAL, and wanted to share my three favorite types:

  1. the casual or low-heeled bootie
  2. the burgundy bootie and the
  3. dressy or heeled bootie

I’m also showing you the best options to shop and where to find the best booties for fall today.


First up, the casual or low-heeled bootie. Think of the casual bootie as a substitute for a ballet flat.

A comfy, low-heeled bootie that you can pair with jeans, cords and leggings, as well as casual dresses. I recommend a neutral taupe or cognac color so that it can pair with any color scheme.

This pair of casual booties by Sole Society is my current favorite for the fall, and they proved themselves in the comfort department during a trip to Chicago over this weekend. I wore them with both dresses and with jeans, and walked all around the city in them without discomfort!

{Head over to my Instagram @laurenlefevre to see all the ways I wore this bootie this weekend!}

Outfit 1 :: c/o Sole Society booties | AG jeans | Wayf blouse | c/o Sole Society bag | c/o Kendra Scott ring

Outfit 2 :: c/o Sole Society booties | similar dress | Anthropologie vest | Anthropologie necklace | Chloe bag

Outfit 3 :: c/o Sole Society booties | similar tee | Nordstrom BP vest | AG jeans | c/o Henri Bendel bag | c/o Kendra Scott earrings

Outfit 4 :: c/o Sole Society booties | Free People dress {currently 60% off!} | Old Navy denim jacket | Chloe Bag

More casual booties to shop ::

{Note that all of these booties come in multiple colors. Just click on the picture to view all the color options.}


Burgundy & wine tones are the “it” color this Fall, and a pair of burgundy booties may surprise you by their versatility.

I have worn this pair of Halogen booties from Nordstrom with so much more than I ever would have imagined, and, thus, think every gal should own a pair! You can pair burgundy with any neutrals, jewel tones, navy, black, gray, browns and even with burgundy! The possibilities are endless and a colored-bootie makes a fun statement anytime you wear them.

Outfit 1 :: Halogen booties | Anthropologie blouse | Anthropologie vest | Citizens of Humanity jeans | c/o Gigi New York bag

Outfit 2 :: Halogen booties | Nordstrom vest | c/o Goodnight Macaroon blouse | Kendra Scott ring | c/o Goodnight Macaroon bag | AG jeans

Burgundy booties to shop ::


A dressy bootie is a shoe that can wear be worn into night, pair with dresses, leather pants/leggings or dressy jeans outfits. A dressy bootie can really be any style heel {stiletto, wedge, block or platform} and height, whatever is most comfortable to you.

I personally love the look of a heel with some fringe, like the Sam Edelman bootie I am wearing here. 

If fringe isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other great options out this season. I recommend a dressy black heel as a priority, and then incorporating a taupe or colored heeled bootie if you find yourself dressing up often!

Sam Edelman booties | similar dress | similar leggings

Dressy booties to shop ::

Stay tuned for the Best Tall Boots coming to the blog tomorrow!

Also, I would love to hear about what Fall trends & looks you would like for me to address on the blog in the coming weeks.

Please feel free to leave a comment on this post or email me at

I always love and value your feedback, and it helps me to develop my content calendar!

Stylishly yours,

P.S. Just a reminder to all you Atlanta-area ladies that I will be hosting an event at the Kendra Scott airstream at the Shops Buckhead Atlanta tomorrow, Tuesday, October between 11-1. I will be with my beauty-blogger bestie, Jennifer Duvall of JennySue Makeup, and we would absolutely love to see you!

Our guests will receive 15% off any Kendra Scott purchase, too!

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