Our 2017 Fall Boot Guide Has Launched!


You want boots?  We’ve got BOOTS.  We’re talking a huge round-up of over-the-knee boots, white ankle boots, embroidered boots, velvet boots, red boots, studded boots, combat boots, sneaker boots and – even – hiking boots (that are cute enough for everyday).

All the boot trends you need to know about, right now.  Stomp on over to  The Mom Edit’s Fall Boot Guide.





  1. Fab, you guys! But do you have any interest in a controversial new trend this year– sock boots with kitten heels? These are appealing to those of us who have foot issues and (sniff sniff) can no longer wear a heel more than 1 and 1/2 in. Also, wide boots would be great to know about!

  2. Ugh, I found a pair I need from EVERY category! Awesome picks. During your covetable research, did you come across any textured boots with a low to flat heel?

  3. Has anyone mentioned the Joan of Arc wedge knock-offs at Target?? I still prefer my Lea wedges, but the Target ones felt pretty close to the real thing and were something like $39.

  4. I was not sure where to post this question, so I apologize that it is a little off topic. I was wondering if you thought the ASTR Foiled Wrap Mini is still fashionable?

    I really like the look of a graphic T with sequin or “fancy” pants/skirt and sneakers (etc. converse or stan smith). It is still a little too hot here to bust out my gold sequin pants…that I also found on your site, thank you 🙂 So, I started playing around with my wardrobe and come across the ASTR Foiled Wrap Mini. I thought I might be about to wear the foiled mini at least until the weather cools off, but do you think the skirt is still on point?

    • YES. Absofreakinglutely. I’d wear it now with a graphic tee and sock boots. The tweaks I’d make now it that I’d completely tuck the tshirt in, rather than doing a half tuck. And while this outfit will look adorable with a moto jacket, I might mix it up by trying it under a swingy coat. With the sock boots especially, it might have a fun, 60’s mod vibe.

Leave a Reply