Easy to style for nearly any occasion, dress boots offer a practical, versatile, and often more comfortable, alternative to traditional pumps or heeled sandals. Not only are they the perfect transitional shoe to take you from day to night, but when done with a block heel, tend to provide more support for you foot than sky-high stilletos. They can be paired with everything from jeans and trousers to skirts and dresses. In a neutral color like black, these boots are timeless and will last for many seasons to come. Read on to discover some of the best dress boots you can shop right now.
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1. Kenneth Cole Justin Engineer Boot
These knee-high boots are made from 100% real leather and have a 3.5-inch block heel. They feature a rounded toe, pull-on style, and have a tall shaft that measures at approximately 18 inches.
Pros: The shoe's minimalist and sleek silhouette makes this boot a highly versatile piece that will never go out of style.
Cons: Due to the high shaft, these shoes might not be the best option to wear in warmer temperatures, so save these for cooler weather
2. Aerosoles Cinnamon Mid-Calf Boot
These boots have a fashionable square-toe and a 2.75-inch block heel. They feature a foam footbed and the brand's patent-pending technology to more evenly distribute weight across your foot. they also include a side zipper for easy on and off access.
Pros: The mid-calf style makes these shoes easy to wear in nearly any climate with either tights or bare legs when styled with dresses or skirts. The cushioned soles make these heeled shoes suitable for all-day wear.
Cons: These boots tend to run on the narrow side, so make sure to size up if you have wider feet or are in-between two sizes.
3. Circus By Sam Edelman Hardee Boot
These shoes have a faux leather construction with a three-inch block heel and pointed toe. They feature a buckle around the ankle and side zipper detailing.
Pros: The pointed toe and heel provide an elongating effect to make your legs look longer for a sleeker silhouette. These boots can dress up a daytime ensemble or work as a comfortable footwear option for a nighttime look.
Cons: These boots run on the smaller side, so make sure to size up if you have wider feet or are in between sizes.
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