Fall Boots Under $100

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Dr. Martens Shoreditch Boots in Black Floral

(Photo courtesy of planetshoes.com)

Rain or shine, a good pair of boots is a must. Keep your feet happy all autumn long with these fabulous (and cheap!) footwear finds.


Best For Flower Girls

Dr. Martens Shoreditch Boots in Black Floral,
$75; planetshoes.com


Shoe Republic LA Gardena Black Houndstooth Lace-Up Ankle Boots

Photo courtesy of lulus.com







Best For Height

Shoe Republic LA Gardena Black Houndstooth Lace-Up Ankle Boots, $53; lulus.com

(See also: Best jeans under $50)









Merona Riding Boot

(Photo courtesy of Target.com)

Best for Preps

Merona Kasia Riding Boot,
$70; target.com




















Ecote Metal Chelsea Boot

(Photo courtesy of urbanoutfitters.com)

Best For Glamour Gals

Ecote Metal Chelsea Boot,
$70; urbanoutfitters.com











Modcloth Love Forever Boots

(Photo courtesy of modcloth.com)

Best For Nineties Kids

Modcloth Love Forever Boots,
$60; modcloth.com











BC Footwear Snake Eyes Bootie

(Photo courtesy of ae.com)

Best For Boho Babes

BC Footwear Snake Eyes Bootie,
$90; ae.com












DV Dolce Vita Wedge Booties

(Photo courtesy of bloomingdales.com)

Best For The Office

DV Dolce Vita Wedge Booties,
$99; bloomingdales.com




















H&M Suede Zipper Boots

(Photo courtesy of H&M)

Best For A Night Out

H&M Suede Zipper Boots,
$50; hm.com




















Minnetonka Women's Suede Ankle Boot

(Photo courtesy of amazon.com)

Best For Comfort

Minnetonka Women's Suede Ankle Boot,
$44; amazon.com










Mel Rubber Ankle Boot

(Photo courtesy of endless.com)

Best For Drizzling Days

Mel Rubber Ankle Boot,
$55; endless.com










Weatherby Rubber Riding Boots

(Photo courtesy of jcrew.com)

Best For Thunder Storms

Weatherby Rubber Riding Boots in Brilliant Blue,
$79.50; jcrew.com



















Old Navy Lace-Up Wedge Boots

(Photo courtesy of oldnavy.com)

Best For Stomping Leaves

Old Navy Lace-Up Wedge Boots,
$36; oldnavy.com



















Michael Antonio Baldwin Boot

(Photo courtesy of piperlime.com)

Best For Sex Appeal

Michael Antonio Baldwin Boot,
$75; piperlime.com



















Topshop Millicent Stud Back Boots

(Photo courtesy of topshop.com)

Best For Studs

Topshop Millicent Stud Back Boots,
$80; topshop.com











Leopard Strike Sneakers

(Photo courtesy of threadsence.com)

Best For a Wild Child

Threadsence Leopard Strike Sneakers,
$55; threadsence.com








ASOS Alexi Brocade Chelsea Ankle Boots

(Photo courtesy of Delia's)

Best For Patterns

ASOS Alexi Brocade Chelsea Ankle Boots,
$86; asos.com



















Big Buddha Willo

(Photo courtesy of Delia's)

Best For Cowgirls

Big Buddha Willo,
$60; zappos.com














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