September 20, 2017

So it’s no surprise that I love booties. Once fall starts to approach, I get so excited to go out and buy some new ones. Though I personally would never spend more than $100 on a pair of shoes, a lot of people are willing to spend more than they normally would because they tend to last a long time, and rarely ever go out of style. I decided to round-up some of my favorite booties and tall boots that are under $150. Almost all of the boots/booties are from Nordstrom because they have such an amazing selection, but a few are from Macy’s as well. Macy’s always seems to be having some type of sale going on, so if you have your eye on a pair from there, definitely hold out until you see a sale pop up on their website.

The booties I’m currently wearing in this look are from Nordstrom. They are less than $100 and come in both this cognac color and black. In my photos as well as Nordstrom’s, it definitely looks more cognac than they actually are. They are more of a darker brown than a orangish-cognac color, just a FYI. These booties look super cute with a pair of jeans that are cuffed at the bottom, or I also styled them with a cinched waist dress, which you will see in a blog post tomorrow 🙂

Sweater: Nordstrom | Jeans: Abercrombie | Bag: Madewell | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban | Booties: Nordstrom | Watch: Daniel Wellington

This bell sleeve sweater is from Nordstrom and is less than $40! It is so comfortable, and comes in four different colors, and hello, the sleeves! Major heart eyes! Unfortunately online, this olive-green color is currently not available. But I would definitely recommend checking your local Nordstrom because they had a bunch in this color when I was there this past weekend. This sweater absolutely screams fall and will be perfect paired with your favorite jeans and booties for the upcoming fall season.

Below I listed all of my picks for the best boots/booties that are very budget-friendly:

Booties under $150:

Boots under $150:


Thanks for reading!

xx Jordyn

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