I have always been a big fan of fall. The brightly colored leaves on the trees are stunning, especially if you live within eyesight of any mountain or walk or drive down a tree-lined street. The scents and flavors that have become synonymous with fall–cinnamon, pumpkin, and nutmeg–become absolute insatiable cravings for me as soon as the chilly weather sets in. And with chilly weather comes all of the fabulous fall fashions–so many different styles of jeans, sweaters, jackets, leggings, and of course, boots.
Boots are a lot of fun. There are so many different styles and colors, some with embellishments and some without, some have heels and sit at the ankle, while others are flat and go up to the calf or knee. I firmly believe that all women should have at least a few different pairs of boots. There’s something about boots that whenever I put on a pair, I suddenly have just a little more confidence in every step I take. Boots are pretty incredible that way–not only do they look great, they make you feel great as well–at least in my case.
All of the boots I own are high; they either go up to the knee or to the calf. Obviously what was missing from my wardrobe was a pair of ankle-length boots, and that is exactly what I chose to review this month from Oasap through my participation in the Oasap Fashion Hunter Program.
The Black Round Toe Short Boots I received are awesome. They remind me of punk rockers and more alternative fashion, which I am a huge fan of. While I received the boots in black, they are also available in camel, brown, and blue. They are made of polyurethane/synthetic leather that is waterproof, with a thin fabric lining. They come up to just above the ankle, have a flat heel, and lace-up closure with metal eyelets.
I typically wear a size 8 shoe, and that is the size I ordered these boots in. However, I wish I had ordered a size larger because they are a little tight in the sides of the boot. They fit perfectly in length, but they are thin. Luckily, that didn’t make them totally unwearable, or even very uncomfortable. They are just a little snug, which wasn’t enough to stop me from wearing them several times, in both the rain and shine. If you love the look of these boots, I would suggest to go a size larger to give your feet a little more room in the sides, and the lace-up closure will still keep them tight against your foot.
These boots add a little edge to virtually any type of outfit–jeans and a t-shirt, cut-off shorts, dresses, skirts and leggings, you name it.
I received the Black Round Toe Short Boots for review through the Oasap Fashion Hunter Program. If you’re a blogger who loves fashion, you can sign up for the Oasap Fashion Hunter Program here. No other compensation was received, and opinions are my own.