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Market Research by Alison Ives
The '70s Patchwork Boot
As if we needed further proof that the decade is back in a big way, there's these suede, neutral-blocked, square-toe, block-heel beauties.
Resting just above the ankle, the awkward height of these boots lands at the perfect spot for pairing with a cropped pant or midi-length denim skirt. Of course, they're great under '70s-era flares, too.
The Low Rider
Often it's high, high boot styles that are considered most daring, but truly, these low-slung pairs are quite bold, too. Try 'em with a slim, ankle trouser or, for something more adventurous, a cropped baby bell bottom.