This post is sponsored by Justin Boots, but all opinions are 100% my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support Walking in Memphis in High Heels.
c/o // Boots
c/o // Hat
(on sale!) c/o // Scarf
c/o // Watch
There is just something about the holidays and boot shopping. I usually only splurge on a couple pairs per year, and it is almost always around the holidays. I have at least one or two pairs on my Christmas wish list each year (including one right now!) Whether you’re shopping for yourself or someone else, it is the perfect time to save up for such a great closet staple. I reach for my boots nonstop come at least October through March, so when I search for a pair, I want a pair that is well made and will last all season (or two or three!) long.
These pretty boots
I’m wearing today are from Justin Boots
. Yep, they’re from the brand that is known for their amazing western collection. And they do have a huge western wear collection, but they also have some great everyday boots for the entire family. So whether you’re shopping for someone who loves cowboy boots or someone who wants a nice pair of everyday fashion boots, Justin Boots
has it all. All of their boots are hand crafted in the USA in Justin, Texas, right in the heart of the South.
From the moment I got these boots
in the mail, I could immediately tell the difference in quality. They are made out of nice, thick, durable leather. The cushioned footbed is really comfortable, and the rubber sole has plenty of traction. And I love their attention to detail like the brass zipper pulls, the quilted design on the back of the boots, the buckle on the side and the asymmetrical collar that covers the front of the knee. These quilted boots
will definitely make a statement. I paired them with a nice chunky oversized sweater from Shop Dress Up
in the prettiest rusted orange color and a houndstooth scarf. It was the perfect outfit to wear while playing around at the Christmas tree farm with Leighton. What closet staple do you like to save up for during the holidays?