9 Boot Styles to Rock This Summer

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When it comes to summer shoe fashion, everyone thinks wedges, sandals, chunky heels and fun sneakers — but what about boots? Looking for new fall and winter boot trends is something many people look forward to, but VALLEY is here to tell you that boots are acceptable for the summer, too.

There are plenty of different styles of boots that will work with all of your summer outfits — from sundresses, to skirts, to denim shorts. So, before you pack away your boots and start shopping online for scrappy, open-toed sandals, take a look at this list of summer-worthy booties that are sure to help you step up your shoe game this season.

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These metallic booties will add some shine to any summer look. Try wearing them with a denim skirt and a black top for a night out.

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A simple pair of white booties will go with anything. Pair them with a mini dress for a classic look.

Pop of Color
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A pop of pink will brighten up any outfit and catch everyone’s eye. Wear these during the day — or for a night out — to add some color to your summer outfit.

Punk Vibe
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If you’re going for an edgier summer look, these boots will definitely bring all the punk vibes. Try pairing these with distressed denim shorts and a vintage band tee.

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The cutouts put a fun twist on these black, lace-up combat boots. Plus, they’ll let your feet breathe on those hot summer days.

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These snakeskin booties are an easy way to add a pattern to a boring summer outfit. Pair these with a white sundress, white denim shorts or a skirt to take your outfit to the next level.

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Cowgirl boots aren’t just for the rodeo. These boots are a fun way to add some western flare to your summer looks. Wear these with denim shorts or a denim skirt for ultimate cowgirl vibes.

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If you’re in the mood for buckles and studs, these chunky biker boots are what you need. Wear these with distressed denim shorts and a leather jacket at night to bring out your inner biker girl.

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Okay, so technically mules aren’t boots, but they’re close enough. The open back makes them breathable in summer weather. If you’re not quite feeling a pair of boots, these closed-toe mules are the perfect way to cheat. Mules will go with any summer outfit — from mini dresses, to maxi dresses, to ankle jeans, to denim shorts, to skirts…the possibilities are endless.

Show off your summertime bootie style on Instagram and tag us @VALLEYmag!


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