All the Wedding Boots You Need for Fall and Winter

These boots are made for walking (into marriage)

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Are you looking for wedding boots? Well. You came to the right place. Because this is my favorite time of the year, and no, it’s not because of pumpkin spice lattes, or pumpkin spice everything for that matter. It’s because I can finally wear my favorite type of shoes, my boots. Cue, These Boots Are Made For Walkin’ by Nancy Sinatra.


The nice thing about boots is that even though they can be an investment purchase, you’ll likely wear them year after year. So why not take the opportunity to purchase a new pair of wedding boots instead of pumps? (Again: I’m pro-boot.) And boot styles aren’t what they used to be. Now you have SO MANY options ranging from different colors and materials to short boots, tall boots, and everything in between. And, since the APW crowd doesn’t always follow traditional style rules, you’re thinking outside of the box anyways. The boot box.

I’ve rounded up some of the classic styles: think white leather boots in all styles, plus trendier styles like bold colorful booties and some very practical shooties (yes, those are a thing). And on top of that, most of these wedding boots come in a ton of color options and heel heights, flat to sky high. So go on and do your thing and I’ll say goodbye to my trusty pair of Birkenstocks and warm summer nights and hello to chilly nights and my favorite leather boots.

Fall and Winter Wedding Boots

Hiking shoes with an elevated heel.

Elevated hiking shoes all dressed up and ready to be shown off.

Frye Sabrina Lace Up Boot

A view of a right foot boot.

An intricately woven upper adds a contemporary look to the Western influence of this modern bootie.

Coconuts by Matisse Caught Up Boot ($100)

Suede ankle boots.

 A smooth, faux-suede body is contrasted by a floral-patterned velvet heel, while a tasseled high vamp lends flair to this burgundy pair.

Chelsea Crew Inspired Harmony Booties ($89)

Glammed up hiker boots.

 If you’re looking for that coveted hiker-chic look while keeping your feet protected from the elements—then this is it!

Cole Haan ZERØGRAND Wedge Hiker Boot ($250)

Maroon suede heel boots.

This bootie elevates any look with its slender heel, pointy toe, and a short shaft that dips into a striking V in front.

Vince Camuto Sestrind Booties

Tan colored leather boots with a marble design heel.

A beautiful pair of wedding boots with an amazing coral-colored marble heel.

Circus by Sam Edelman Hasley Boots

Lavender lace up boots.

Pointed leather shoes with laces and the just-right shade of lavender.

Mango Lace Up Leather Boots ($130)

Slide on shoes that double as booties.

Part bootie, part shoe—this low-cut leather style can handle at least three seasons.

The Brady Lowcut Bootie via Madewell ($168)

Casually cool white booties.

Casually dress up any outfit with these wedding boots.

Cole Haan Havana Bootie ($170)

Nude color pointy boots.

It’s probably a fact that the pointier the shoes, the taller you look, but also these just look fabulous.

TopShop Hackney Point Boots ($90)

A sandle style bootie.

A breezy, deconstructed Chelsea silhouette and flirty peep-toe define a chic bootie lofted by a chunky stacked heel.

Chinese Laundry Carlita Bootie ($140)

Metallic colored boots.

Silver astronaut shoes without looking like you’re trying too hard. They work as wedding boots too. Obvs.

Calvin Klein Alden Boot ($259)

Faux reptile skin boots.

The kind of boot that just magically goes with everything you own, whether it actually does or not.

Sam Edelman Raelle Boot ($180)

A while leather boot with a rainbow sparkling heel.

 A glitzy rainbow block heel finishes off this show with a colorful pop of color.

Betsey Johnson Barette Boots ($99)

Lace up pink boots.

Pretty sure that pink satin wedding boots demand you love them.

ASOS Lace Up Block Heel Boot ($60)

White motorcycle style boots.

For all those times you want to wear them on motorcycle rides. Or for anything else too.

Sam Edelman Riker Booties ($170)


Sandal looking boots.

These are booties but also kind of sandals and entirely fabulous.

Bill Blass Tracey Bootie ($198)

Hologram reflective Doc. Marten boots.

Effortlessly shining like the bright rave kid that you are, or were, or wanted to be.

Dr. Martens 1460 Iridescent Boots ($140)

Pink boots with buckles.

Pink is tough as nails and these wedding boots prove it.

TUK Pink Vegan Creeper Boots ($105)

A comfortable white Chelsea boot.

Comfortable Chelsea wedding boots that look ridiculously beautiful.

Botkier Chelsea Faux Shearling Boots ($248)

Did you, or are you, wearing wedding boots? Pictures or it didn’t happen.

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