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Later, Neutrals: 14 Pretty, Printed Booties For Winning Winter Style

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    No matter your budget, be it thrift store or designer, fashionable finds need not be out of reach. So, we're bringing you the cream of the crop in trending buys — and in price ranges to suit every girl's wallet.

    We'll admit it: We play favorites with our footwear. We aren't proud of it, but, hey, survival of the fittest is applicable to many parts of life — shoes included. That being said, the ankle boot gets a lot of well-deserved attention throughout the fall and winter. It's our all-weather staple that goes wherever we go, not to mention key when it comes to warming our li'l toes amid cold fronts, snowstorms, and offices that keep their AC blasting year-round.

    And, with all the boots out there looking for loving shoe racks to call home, we're starting to think our black and brown pairs need a few new (colorful) playmates! Cue the printed bootie. It has all the same qualities we love about our neutral babes, but it dials up the fashion factor a few notches. From polka dots and tartan to leopard and florals, there's a bootie for every trending pattern you can think of. And, we've found 14 playful, printed pairs — including designer splurges and more affordable purchases — we want on our feet, now.

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