Nothing screams fall like a good pair of booties! As stylish and comfortable as booties are, they can often be expensive and cost more than you are wanting and willing to spend. This post will feature booties that are more affordable versions than the high-end booties that are often seen in high-end stores. Keep in mind that although the more affordable versions are close replicas, the quality may not be as high as the high-end booties. If you are looking for some that won't last you for years and years, here are some great, more affordable options!
Opened-toed booties are one of the newest trends this season in terms of shoe wear. Although it may not be practical for all parts of the country during the fall, it is a great, stylist choice for days when it it's not raining or too cold outside. These Target Mossimo 'Kacie' Booties are almost identical to the Steve Madden 'Nonstp' Bootie, each having a similar style and a similar heel.
Strappy black booties are great for those who want a boot that is more edgy while still being very wearable. The strappy Target Mossimo 'Hartley' Booties are a very close match the Miz Mooz 'Devlynn' Bootie, with both shoes featuring three straps and gold buckles with cutout shafts. The only differences between the boots are that the Target boots have a darker heel and the Miz Mooz are a little more rugged looking. These, however, are very minor differences in the appearance between the two booties.
For those looking for a classic, simple boot without the steep price, these H&M Ankle Booties are a great choice and are comparable to the much pricer Cole Haan 'Draven' Booties. Both shoes feature an elastic side panel with a chunky high heel. The biggest difference between the two booties is the price (the H&M booties are over $250 less than the designer shoes and the H&M pair are now on sale for an even lower price!).
For those who liked the lace-up Dr. Marten boot trend, these leather Chelsea booties are an updated, but similar version. Theses H&M Chelsea Booties and the Dr. Martens 'Flora' Booties are very comparable, with the Target boots being almost $100 less than the Dr. Martens. Since they are more simple with elastic detailing, these booties are versatile while still being a little edgy.
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