Championed early on by hipster darlings the ankle boot, inspired by the Chelsea of the 60s, has taken on new life. This style, with its low profile and modest, chunky heel has popped up everywhere on fashionable feet lately, likely because they are so wearable.
Spotted in your favorite purveyors of fast fashion in Huntsville over the past few months, the low ankle boot is actually quite easy to work into your wardrobe. It needn’t replace your tall boots, but it’s just as easy to wear, offers a nice update to your everyday looks and takes you to an afternoon at the Huntsville Museum of Art or dinner with the girls at Brix. If you’ve purchased a pair on a whim and aren’t quite sure how they’ll work in your wardrobe, or want to take them in a fresh direction, flip through the list above for styling tips.
The best thing about this style of boot is almost contrary to fashion. You can wear them for a full day and they give you just the lift you need while saving your ankles and feet.