Reddit reviews: The best ankle boots & booties for women

We found 682 Reddit comments discussing the best ankle boots & booties for women. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 593 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Women's Ankle Boots & Booties:

u/alittlekink · 37 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I shop on Amazon because I get gift cards for work (camgirl). I'll list whatever I find in my order history - Apologies if it includes anything discontinued. I shop on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca as I am Canadian, so I'll include finds from both.


Bombsheller octopus leggings - They don't carry these on Amazon anymore, but last I checked, they do allow you to pay via Amazon on their website. The size chart was off when I first ordered them so I exchanged them for a size up, and the company was very accomodating. The leggings are comfy and sturdy.

Jellyfish socks - Adorable and well made. Definitely plan to purchase more designs from this seller.

Snowpants - I don't wear these a lot since I'm more the summer outdoorsy type, but they were excellent for walking my ex's dog in the winter and I still occasionally wear them for running errands on foot when it's really cold out.

Burned velvet leggings - I bought these in "blurple" and adore them. They're slightly sheer, so I wear other leggings underneath (these ones from eBay do the trick).

Anna-Kaci search result link - Anna-Kaci is an awesome vendor with well priced attire. I listed the vendor since the specific items I purchased are no longer available.

Thigh high socks - I have found these cheaper on amazon.ca, but this was the first pair I bought. Cute and sturdy! I now have 3 more pairs on their way!

Zebra print scarf - I was impressed by the quality of this one. I did donate it when I was gifted a similar scarf in black/gray as I try not to keep duplicates of non-essentials, but I would still have it otherwise.

Timberland knee high boots - Bought these in black, and they are probably one of my favorite Amazon purchases ever. If I were to ever re-buy these, I'd go a half size up, as I had to get them professionally stretched once they arrived, but holy fuck I love these boots. Waterproof, and fantastic quality. They're my go-to boots and I wear them more than any other piece of footwear I own.

Underbust belt - I'm not huge on the price tag, only because I once bought a nearly identical one on clearance pre-breast-augmentation. I'm glad I was able to buy this one post-op since the old one stopped fitting though. Will buy in more colors if they ever go on sale.

Booties - Pleasantly surprised by the quality! Will definitely consider buying more if I ever want/need them in different colors. Comfier for longer wear than most of my other heels, too.

Suspender Skirt - I love this thing so much, I bought two more on eBay after buying this one in black. This one's definitely better quality than the other two, though. I'd recommend wearing them with a shorts slip since there's not a lot of length to them. I'm actually really sad that they don't ship this to Canada anymore, otherwise I'd buy a couple more colors.

Beechfield beanie - This is definitely more my style when it comes to fit, but isn't as warm as the cable knits. Definitely one of my go-to hats.


Wet look batwing top - Surprised by the fit/quality for the price. Fabric looks/feels a bit cheap but overall the piece is well made.

Chunky cable knit beanies - I ordered this hat in olive, mustard, and teal. They're comfy, warm, and feel well made. I find them to be a little too bulky for my head, so I'm trying to stretch them out/break them in a bit. Definitely personal preference though, and not a quality issue.

Glitter loafers with spikes - They're gorgeous, but not high quality. I'd put them under "meh" for lifespan, but I did love them up until they started falling apart.

Holo creepers - I really need to wear these more, but my day-to-day fashion is much more casual and I don't party like I used to. Working my way towards wearing them more. The quality is decent but I don't think they'll last forever.

JollyChic search result link - JollyChic is great for cheap-ish stuff. I've bought from them a number of times and rarely been disappointed. Some of their synthetic stuff smells chemically at first (shiny leggings being one) but the smell dissipates after a couple washes. Their customer service is also stellar. Shared the search results since the specific items I ordered are no longer listed.

Iron Fist sweater - Bought in a size small, fits more like a medium. Will be shrinking it.

Waist belt - Great quality for the price (~$13CAD if I recall correctly). Fit is a little stiff, so it can look a little boxy with some outfits as it isn't flexible around curves, but overall still nice.


Faux fur vest #1 - Not the worst quality, but definitely felt cheaper than a couple other vests I own. Ended up selling it since the size chart was off and I didn't love it enough to exchange it for the right size.

Faux fur vest #2 - Slightly lower quality than #1, but same deal - Size chart was inaccurate, but not worth exchanging so I sold it.

Thermal leggings - Smelled awful at first, but it went away overtime. They are still pretty warm even after washing/wearing them for a couple years now, but they pill, so they're not the most aesthetically pleasing. Great for layering, but would not buy again.

Skull cardigan - It's cute and cozy. I wear it around the house more than out, since I noticed after washing it that the bottom corners started curling up a bit due to shrinkage. Also wish it was a tad bit longer.

Spiked slouch beret - The creases are a little harder than I wanted/expected, so I'm trying to stretch it out/break it in a bit. I have other hats that I like more though, so this one doesn't get a lot of love and might just end up being donated.

Leg warmers - Quality-wise, they should be in the "loves" section, but I bought these back when I was on a wild spree to better prepare myself for winter, and while I do love how warm they are, the patterns/colors just aren't my style.

Digital print tanks - The quality is about what I expected for the material, but I found the fit to be off on most of them (especially in the armpit area). I modified a few for a better fit, but mostly I wear them as slips now. The material is perfect for layering under sweaters that normally "grab" onto cotton camis. They can definitely be found cheaper elsewhere, though.

Fleece lined leggings - I bought these in damask, which I guess is no longer available. They're completely matted on the inside now, and not what I'd call "fleece lined" anymore. Still pretty on the outside, but definitely no good for warmth.

Downright Awful

OURS vendor search results - Seriously, don't buy anything from OURS. Their photos are stolen from other brands and the quality of their clothes are laughably poor. I threw them away rather than donate them because I knew that they would never be rebought, even at thrift store prices. They were the worst. Woooorst.

Bikini - The shittiest shit that ever shitted. Everything about it was just awful.

u/sugarplumcow · 5 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Hi, everyone! big wave. I am very thankful I have found this sub. I love fashion, and admittedly do not know a lot about it. I have always loved looking at outfits online and finally decided now was the time to put myself together!! However, for me, it is the worst time to do this. We are currently on a tight budget, so it has been difficult. I am just focusing on picking up a few staple pieces for the time being and making drool-worthy Pinterest pages for future shopping sprees. :)

I am currently looking for a pair of ankle boots. I would prefer they be around (or below!) a $50 price point. Maybe $60 if they are amazing. I was looking through the ankle boot thread on here with the recommendations and was blown away with the beauty of the boots as well as the price tags. Can anyone recommend a brand that would have quality ankle boots at that price point? Preferably a brand I could find on Amazon, as I have a gift card from Christmas loaded and ready to be spent! I found a pair of White Mountain ankle boots in TJ Maxx on clearance for $22. I know nothing about this brand, though. Are they quality? Fashionable? I have not worn them yet and can return them if I find something else. Also, do I need to cuff my skinny jeans above my ankle boots? I don't wear a lot of leggings or jeggings. Mostly skinny jeans. What is the proper way to wear them? I have been staring at women's feet while I have been out lately and I truly hope I haven't bothered anyone by doing so. I figured it was better to take my questions online than to be a creeper, haha!

I am usually a t-shirt and jeans type of girl, but have really been trying to shift my style to more feminine, flirty, vintage/boho, romantic and whimsical. I really like pink, pastels, and florals and just want to try and dress more girly. I'm looking for ankle boots in brown or black. I have fallen in love with these (in the brown), but, yeah, it's not gonna happen right now!


They don't have to be so embellished, though, for what I am looking for right now. I don't know if there are any ankle boots that fit the description of the style I am looking to wear, but if there are, I would love to hear them! While I'm on the topic, can anyone suggest any stores that may have (affordable) clothes in the style I am seeking? I'm looking to start building a wardrobe more in the spring when the spring/summer outfits are out but want to start researching where I can shop and how to most effectively spend my money.

Thank you in advance for your help. I really appreciate it as I start my budget-conscious fashion journey! :) Thank you for making it through my long post!

u/papermageling · 4 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Okay, you want to read the Barking Dog Shoes blog. She's an amazing resource for finding comfortable shoes, and has a lot of things specifically for bunions.

Naot is my favorite brand ever for comfortable shoes, and they use nice soft leather, and have super comfortable footbeds. You should look at them on their website where they're grouped by footbed type though, because a lot of the fancier styles explicitly run narrow. These shoes should be good for bunions, not sure if any of them work for your style: 1 2 3. There's a lot more options if you like mary janes or ankle straps.

Dansko has a few surprisingly stylish options, and many people love them for comfort. 1 2

Alegria has a lot of truly awful shoes, but a few cute ones, and incredible amounts of toe room. 1

Hotter is often well liked. These flats are nice for a more girly look.

Munro uses a combination last, so the heel is narrower than the forefoot. You need to order a wide, because a regular width Munro shoe has an AA heel with a B forefoot, while you want the B heel with D forefoot, which is their wide shoe.

If you want bunion friendly ugly chic, go for Fly London.

Camper might be worth a try 1

Jambu has lots of toe room, although they mostly do casual flats or very chunky heels. Arcopedico has super soft uppers, and some of their styles look good on (never off though, because of the soft uppers). If you've got the budget, a lot of Fluevogs are very foot friendly. The non clog Crocs can be decent, although for bunions avoid the styles that add thickness to the toe, like their cap toe styles. Edit: Josef Seibel also uses amazing leather.

I can't really comment on how stylish the shoes are, because I'll pretty much wear anything to avoid foot pain.

You probably should go to some of the comfort brand stores to try on a bunch of shoes to see what works for you. The Walking company carries a lot of brands, while New Balance carries all of New Balance, Aravon, and Cobb Hill, and there's Ecco, Clarks, and so on with their own stores. You might also have a nice local shoe store that specializes in comfort brands.

u/double-dog-doctor · 4 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I spent waaaaay too much money this weekend:

This BCBG blouse from Saks Off Fifth. Wore it to work today and got a ton of compliments. Fits great, super comfortable, and made it through the workday without getting wrinkled. Win!

Bought a similar Equipment silk dress to similar this number, but mine is a solid leafy khaki color. It's a great length. Tech office appropriate but not stuffy.

Just ordered these booties online after trying them on in-store. Soooooo comfortable. And they're water and stain resistant! For the heel height, they are stupid comfortable. I have days at my job that require a lot of time-on-feet but I still need to look professional. These are perfect. Comfortable and still put together.

Discovered a love for Levi's jeans, and picked up their "shaping" skinnies. Very flattering and comfortable. Great length for my 5'6" legs. They run pretty big. I usually wear a 27 or 28 and had to size down to a 26.

Was also talked in to dropping serious dough on a Guerlain perfume by a very convincing sales associate, and sorta regret it...but honestly I catch whiffs of myself in passing and the scent lifts my mood in such a spectacular way. It smells like eating cookies by a fire with my boyfriend, and he's drinking a glass of whiskey. Is that too specific? Either way, it's boozy and vanilla, but not gourmand.
I regret the price, but the scent is just so beautiful it's hard to be mad about it.

Last but not least: I went to some bougie sushi restaurant in SF that had this soap in their bathroom, and I've been thinking about it ever since. It's nice. It's expensive for a hand soap, but the scent is unisex and pleasant, and the bottle is bloody massive.

u/paulapaloooza · 27 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I may have spent too much time and effort putting together this post, oops! My shoe game is pretty good in the winter because I love boots, and boots are what you wear in the winter. I'll still wear some of my boots in the summer since it doesn't get too hot in Seattle most of the time. I need my shoes to be comfortable enough to walk in, so no crazy heels or flimsy sandals with cardboard soles. My job has no dress code, so I have no desire to own loafers, flats, or dainty heels.

Cold/wet weather shoes:

Black leather lace-up boots: No link, but it's a pretty typical combat-style boot. This boot summarizes my shoe aesthetic. You may notice I have a thing for lace-up boots after looking at the next few listed shoes.

Waterproof black leather lace-up boots: I wear these almost all the time during the winter because they're my warmest, most waterproof boots. They have garbage traction for anything frozen, though.

Heeled black leather lace-up boots: The heel is chunky enough for me to maintain my balance, and the sole is grippier than my waterproof boots. I feel like a badass bitch in these shoes.

Red suede lace-up ankle boots: Can't find a link, but it's the boots in this outfit. I looove these shoes. I saw them on my college's buy/sell page last year for $25 so I snagged them.

Black suede ankle boots: Just another ankle boot. Kinda fancy looking. I'm salty that I bought them for $40 more than they're listed now.

Pointy black leather ankle boots: I originally wanted Acne Jensens, but I wasn't about to drop that much money on a pair of shoes, not even used. So I got these used off of Poshmark. I feel like a badass witch in these shoes. They feel uncomfortably tight in the morning every time I wear them, but they stretch out over the day.

When winter rolls back around, I want to get a pair of the classic 6-inch Timberland boots or something like that. I could really use the traction and warmth for the rare occasion I'm trying not to slip on snow.

Warm weather shoes:

Black Nike frees: I wear this more often than I'd like to admit. They're very comfortable and don't look like complete garbage with my casual outfits.

Gray Vans: Just another casual sneaker.

Mint green converse: I got these originally because they were cheap at TJ Maxx, and I needed a new pair of flat shoes for lifting. I ended up replacing these with another pair (Asics Matflex) with a thinner and grippier sole, so now I wear these casually.

Black reef sandals: My go-to sandal in the summer. Rubber sole, elastic straps. Easy to put on, comfortable, and doesn't look like garbage. Not enough arch support for a long day of walking, though.

Rainbow flip flops: I've still yet to break these in to a point that they're comfortable. I like the arch support, though.
I'm currently searching for another pair of sandals with good arch support. I'm thinking of going down the Birkenstock route, but I'm open to other options.
I also like the aesthetic of all-black high-top converse, but I can't bring myself to buy another pair since they fall apart so easily.

Workout shoes:

Adidas Adipowers: My most expensive shoes, and they only serve a single purpose. Sob.

Asics Matflex: Flat, grippy, but a pain to put on. I wear them in the gym for anything but squatting.

Blue Nike pegasus: Good for running, makes me feel like I'm on a cloud.

u/Infinitys_Minute · 1 pointr/goodyearwelt

Posting on behalf of a female friend who is looking for a nice pair of leather boots.

Price range ~$200-250USD. Second hand is perfectly acceptable, so a more common brand/style (to increase chances of finding a second hand pair for sale) which would be outside of this price range for retail would be fine, too.
(I may also be able to convince her to increase her budget for a particularly nice pair).

  • They must be lace-up.
  • They must not have a zipper.
  • The taller the shaft of the boot the better, but it's not a strict requirement that they be taller than an ankle boot.
  • She has mentioned liking quite a few pairs with a thick/wide heel with some height to it.
  • A goodyear welt is a nice bonus but not a strict requirement.
  • Quality should be appropriate for the price.

    She says these look great but it'd be nice if they weren't $400USD and we're unsure of the quality (I suspect the quality will not match the price). She says these are gorgeous but the zipper is a deal-breaker.

    (I have already run a search on e-bay with filters for size, materials, lace-up and brands from this list.)

    Help of any kind is much appreciated, thanks!
u/chz_plz · 2 pointsr/kansascity

I'm not sure what budget-friendly means to you, but I'd expect to pay $50-100 for cute, comfortable shoes. Your feet will thank you for going for comfortable over cute $15 flats from Target.

I'd suggest Clark's or Keen brand. I wear Clark's desert boots for my office-ish job (I'm a woman and walk/stand a lot) with inserts to make them even more comfortable. But they have tons of flats like this in lots of colors and styles. Keen is mostly known for athletic shoes, but they have a surprising number of cute flats that feel like you're wearing sneaks, like these.

I buy most of my shoes online, so I don't have good suggestions of stores. But Zappos and many of Amazon's shoes have free returns.

u/smers · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Hello, I went to Peru and the Amazon rainforest for 10 days last year and bought a bunch of gear from Sierra Trading Post. They were having a crazy sale. I think you should look out for those sales. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/ Like others said, I bought a lot of quick drying shirts that wick off sweat. I have to say that those were life savers. We hand washed our own clothes and they were dry the next day, and also helped us not get too sweaty during the long hikes. Get a rain jacket that you can easily roll up and pack into your backpack. In general, I haven't seen any that are figure-flattering, but you can compensate that with a cute color or print. It's better anyway so you can layer it over your clothes. Maybe something like this? http://www.sierratradingpost.com/white-sierra-junket-rainwear-jacket-waterproof-long-for-women~p~3730d/?filterString=womens-rain-jackets~d~599%2F&colorFamily=03 I got these hiking boots: http://www.amazon.com/Timberland-Womens-White-Ledge-Mid/dp/B000KB8KTM/ref=sr_1_1?s=shoes&ie=UTF8&qid=1394236911&sr=1-1&keywords=timberland+hiking+boots and they were awesome. We hiked through rain, some mud, slippery rocks, and these had good grip and my feet never got too tired. I wore wool socks with them. Get some water shoes for kayaking, you can find them for cheap at Walmart. Maybe $10. For pants, I got hiking pants that you could roll up to capris. I could roll them up when it got hot, or roll them down when there were mosquitos. There are also the ones where the bottom zips off. I know they are not the cutest, but they can be a Godsend. For a hat, I wore a visor. I think if you want to look cute, you're going to have to go for the sporty cute look, because if you try for anything else, you probably won't be as comfortable, given all the activities you plan on doing. I myself looked ratchet during the whole trip because I was too tired everyday to care, lol. I'm not sure what the humidity will be, but here is a hint. Pack all your clothes in ziplock bags, or else they will get wet! It also helps with space too.

u/xenvy04 · 5 pointsr/feminineboys

I'm gonna spam my own fashion sense, I hope you like some of what I like ;p

If you want dresses, I would recommend one size fits all dresses off Amazon. Then you don't have to worry about cups that are not filled by breasts. I really love Sakkas brand, which you can find on Amazon. I have this, for example, and the top part is stretchy so it's basically one size fits all: https://www.amazon.com/Sakkas-103141-Adara-Batik-Dress/dp/B00K1ML5JW/ref=sr_1_33?ie=UTF8&qid=1482827864&sr=8-33&keywords=sakkas+dress

Or any cheap $10-$15 dress from a place like Forever 21 is so poorly designed that it is effectively one size fits all.

Here are some cute colorful socks:


I know a lot of people here also love those cat thigh high socks, like these:


I bought this in the past and I think it's kinda androgynous


Cape coats are technically women's fashion but they're so obscure that I think a lot of people don't know how to gender them


I also really love Mordenmiss jackets (also off Amazon). They're really loose and kinda art smock-y.

I bought this pair of boots a while back and they're really, really nice!


I've also bought these and I get tons of compliments on them


I also have this Forever 21 dino sweatshirt and I can't walk 5 minutes without getting a compliment on it. Unfortunately it isn't sold in stores anymore, but this might help give more ideas of femme clothing.


I think anything that is a "Women's [traditionally male clothing]" is bound to look fairly androgynous. Like women's button downs, women's sweatshirts and sweatpants, women's leather jackets, etc.

u/akward_tension · 1 pointr/ParisComments

comment content: Madden Girls Rancee boot is a little expensive but very worth it in my opinion. (Raleigh, NC winters are milder than most so if protection from snow or cold is a HUGE issue, you might want to find something more lined.) This is an Amazon link but I'm sure you can find it cheaper with some extra digging. Madden Girl Women's Ranceee Ankle Bootie, Taupe Paris, 8 M US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H7S7TUQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_-DxHybY1H4AS2

Also check out American Rag Bunkker boots. At one point I found them for like $23.00 somewhere. They got me through three Indiana winters and I loved them. The fabric on the side is a little corny but if you zip it up it's a cleaner look.
American Rag Womens Bunkker Lace-Up Booties Combat Boots, Black, Size 10.0 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MOLEK3Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_DGxHybQP95047

Good luck!

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u/doddlegyver · 1 pointr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Madden Girls Rancee boot is a little expensive but very worth it in my opinion. (Raleigh, NC winters are milder than most so if protection from snow or cold is a HUGE issue, you might want to find something more lined.) This is an Amazon link but I'm sure you can find it cheaper with some extra digging. Madden Girl Women's Ranceee Ankle Bootie, Taupe Paris, 8 M US https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H7S7TUQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_-DxHybY1H4AS2

Also check out American Rag Bunkker boots. At one point I found them for like $23.00 somewhere. They got me through three Indiana winters and I loved them. The fabric on the side is a little corny but if you zip it up it's a cleaner look.
American Rag Womens Bunkker Lace-Up Booties Combat Boots, Black, Size 10.0 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MOLEK3Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_DGxHybQP95047

Good luck!

u/rebelcats · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I don't spend too much money on everyday clothes (I shop mainly at consignment stores) but for me the expenses lie in the work-out equipment.

Three expensive (for me) purchases I don't regret:

Running spandex: Lululemon Inspire Crop II, $86. Why — to run! Worth it — yes; I have had a pair for two years and even though I dry them in the dryer they've only recently started to really wear.

Running shoes: Asics GT 2170, $110 (I paid more like $90). Why — to start running for real! Worth it — absolutely; they are extremely comfortable for my foot/gait type and have held up.

Hiking boots: Vasque Wasatch GTX, $130 (I paid ~110). Why — to go on backpacking trips! Worth it — hell yes! They are supportive but not too heavy, and feel like they're brand-new after three years.

I do regret buying a fugly Paul's Boutique purse in high school, but it's not like I miss that ~100 right now.

u/magelanz · 8 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I'm looking for boots now too. I think my standards are similar to yours: able to stand up to the El Nino rains coming up, able to walk at least 2 miles without getting uncomfortable, and I want something cute, not too formal - something I can wear grocery shopping and back and forth to the gym.

These are the 4 I was looking at, I was going to check out REI tomorrow to see if I can try them out. If anyone has any feedback on mine, feel free to share!

Keen Bern Boots

Merrell Captiva Buckel-Down Boots

Born Jorah Boots

Teva De La Vina Boots

Out of the 4, I think I like the look of the Merrell and Teva the best, but I want to try them on and see them in person before I make any decisions.

EDIT: I have a 13" calf circumference, any ideas if these or other brands might be suited for a narrower calf?

SECOND EDIT: I tried on the 4 at REI today (although they didn't have the Merrell Buckle Down, they had another Captiva) and of them I thought the Teva De La Vina had the best fit and look for me. No major gap in the calf. They didn't carry the black though, so I ended up ordering them on Amazon for $137 and free shipping.

u/moglichkeiten · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Hush Puppies

Dr. Martens - these don't specifically come in a wide-width, but they're sized VERY generously and I highly recommend them as a fellow orthotics-wearer.

Rockport - available in wide-width except for 11

Sam Edelman

Hope you find something you like! I know how tough it is to find nice looking orthotic-friendly footwear.

u/may5th · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

[Sam Edelman Petty ] (http://www.amazon.com/Sam-Edelman-Womens-Petty-Ankle/dp/B004I5D2PI) boots in putty suede? I want a sleek, light weight, really comfortable pair of ankle boots. I walk a lot and always fall back on my New Balances but they just aren't sleek. I'm not too worried about the suede because I already have really solid waterproof boots and I'm generally a fan of taupeish color because (I think) it pairs nicely with brown or black.

My main concern is, are the Petty boots just too trendy? I feel like I'm seeing them everywhere right now and the price tag is high enough that I'd like to get at least a year or two of wear out of them. I guess black leather would be a safer choice in terms of being able to blend in but I just don't like them as much.

u/cokesmcgokes · 1 pointr/weddingplanning

you know, i don't know what season you're getting married in, but there was a velvet boot with a chunky heel i was eyeing a couple years back, and I'm wondering if she would like something like that--adds the height, but v cool a lot like these

this kind is a little more whimsical to me being a wedge, but similar idea

u/krallfish · 2 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I absolutely ADORE my pair of Teva De La Vina Low boots in bison! They are incredibly comfortable, durable and versatile. I wear them out on the town, but also at the ranch, and even for hiking. They are legitimately waterproof - I walked through ~6in of water in them while crossing a creek and my feet stayed dry.

They also come in a tall version. I would gladly buy my pair over and over again. I plan on buying black and tall versions eventually. :)

u/prettypinkdeer · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

PURCHASES! Woohooo. I never shop for myself, like ever. So this past week I treated myself.

u/TheBluePenguin9 · 2 pointsr/femboy

they were my 2nd pair of heels. They look great, and I found them really comfortable. To confirm they are the same heels I put a link to them on amazon here

u/sorrynothanks · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I really need a new wallet. I'm looking at minimalistic wallets right now because I just want something that's functional, will fit in my pocket, will hold cards and bills, and preferably is under $30 or so. Anyone have any recommendations? I'm looking at Dash wallets right now.

I just want to buy shoes... I'm looking at these more low-key Doc Martens. I'm also thinking of getting these because I want cheap wedges to get used to walking in heels.

I love this dress! The Modcloth sale is really tempting.

u/Riimii · 3 pointsr/femalefashionadvice
  1. A fun pair of earrings, like any one of these: 1 2 3 4 5 6

  2. A new tote. I really like this one and this one

  3. This necklace

  4. These velvet boots

  5. Fanny pack
u/kia_the_dead · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Here are the shoes. TBH they'd look pretty great if they had some LEDs in them around the top.

u/lgfromks · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice


Just got these- they look great and they are super comfy.

Also have a pair of black docs:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0073ZNQN8/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_t-xzub0TKNYHM also very comfortable.

And a pair of distressed brown cowboy boots. Not the most comfortable if I'm gonna be standing for a few hours.

u/orata · 8 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

these Eileen Fisher booties, which seem like pretty inconspicuous black ankle boots I never thought anyone would notice but for whatever reason people zero in on them and I get complimented whenever I wear them.

u/threweyyy · 1 pointr/asktransgender

I got these boots a while back and rather like them:


Also here's another Sakkas dress that Amazon linked to that looks really cool


I'm between the black/pink and the chocolate/green myself

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I'm pretty sure I'm going to get these.

u/FayeAisling · 1 pointr/actuallesbians

Doc Martens are my favorite everyday boots. So comfy.

u/ruthannr94 · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

I pretty much always buy clothes non-stop but I've actually been keeping a list of how much I'm spending this fall and I need to go on a no-buy really soon. But first I must decide if I want black leather Dr. Martens or Patent pewter spectra Dr. Martens. Part of my brain is telling me that obviously I need both.

u/SkyRuin · 1 pointr/VisitingIceland

If you care more about style, as a 101 hipster I can state that I see these everywhere (I can admit to owning about 5 pairs). People either get a waterproof option or spray them with some sealant. They have worked fine for me on light hikes, but it's more about your personal expectations.

u/danyisnthere · 2 pointsr/femalefashionadvice

Let's see..

  • Sam Edelman Petty ankle boots, grey suede
  • Sam Edelman Petty ankle boots, black leather
  • Ralph Lauren brown riding boots similar - they're so old that I can't find a picture of them, but got them from Marshall's for $99
  • Cheapo slouch boots for a costume brown suede
  • Ariat cowboy boots with heel because I live in Texas

    Only five! I'm surprised.
u/HOT_LOBSTER · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

I got the Petty 2, which unfortunately doesn't come in black and is cheaper for some reason, but it looks like the Petty (which I'm assuming is the one you were looking at) is only 130 on Amazon (some savings, at least?).

u/THE_BOKEH_BLOKE · 0 pointsr/backpacking

Amazon has the Vasque Wasatch in size 6.5:


u/Magikarpical · 1 pointr/femalefashionadvice

Amazon.com for cheap docs! I don't know if they are good for winter, since there is no winter in southern California, but they are comfy.