4 Boot-Worthy Looks

by Erica Stolman | 1 Comment

boot worthy fashion

The holiday season is full of so many great things: yummy food, precious time spent with family & friends, presents galore, and of course…. fabulous fashion. Don’t get us wrong, we love the summertime… but there is just something about fall/winter that makes us really want to step up our fashion game.

That being said, boots are the no.1 ingredient for the perfect winter look & the ladies here at Julep can’t get enough. Here are 4 boot-worthy outfits we are l-l-l-loving (and coveting). 

boot fashion

  • Get the Look:
  • + Navy Slub Tank Top found here.
  • + White Blazer found here.
  • + Leather Panel Leggings found here.
  • + Rise to Fame Black Calf Booties found here.
  • + Blue & White Striped Frayed Scarf found here.
  • + Snake Skin Tassel Clutch found here.

boot fashion

  • Get the Look:
  • + Basic Light Grey Tank Top found here.
  • + Charcoal Ankle Leggings found here.
  • + Burgundy Boyfriend Cardigan found here.
  • + Brown Suede Harness Boots found here.
  • + White Cotton Button Up Blouse found here.
  • + Chunky Grey Snood found here.

boot fashion

  • Get the Look:
  • + Double Breasted Trench Coat found here.
  • + Grey Cable Knit Sweater found here.
  • + Black Fedora found here.
  • + J.Brand Red Noir Skinnies found here.
  • + Jeffrey Campbell Stipend Boots found here.

boot fashion

  • Get the Look:
  • + Step Back Hem Black Tunic found here.
  • + Black Skinny Jeans found here.
  • + Black Faux Leather Motorcycle Jacket found here.
  • + Black Infinity Scarf found here.
  • + Tan Fedora found here.
  • + Leopard Booties found here.
  • + Black Leather Studded Handbag found here.

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  • Tami Barrett

    I just love the looks here. and the polish seems to come in the colors that I want. I do have two areas that o can help me with I am handicapped and spend some time in a wheelchair, can to please show some plus sized fashions forums that want to look good even though we need to slim down. Second I tend to shake when I put on my polish by myself is there a way to reduce it. I do have some manicure places around but that does get a little expensive for me, any ideas on how or stop the shakes n