You'll Never Believe These Boots Are All Under-$100

Ever since I moved to New York I’ve found myself wearing one piece more than anything else: boots. In Los Angeles, I could get away with one or two pairs of boots, as you can pretty much wear sandals year round and boots aren’t necessary for the city that rarely drops below 60 degrees. But since moving here I’ve added about six or seven pair to my arsenal. And let me tell you, buying a plethora of new boots does not necessarily come cheap. So instead of limiting my own cold-weather wardrobe, I decided to opt for a more practical version of boot shopping–I’d only buy pairs that were under-$100. And to my surprise, this task wasn’t even hard. I couldn’t believe how many pairs of boots were only $100 or less and I was so pleasantly surprised by this I decided to share them with you all. Because it wouldn’t be fair for me to sit on this budget-friendly secret, would it?!

Keep scrolling to shop my round up of the 20 best pairs of under-$100 boots for every style. 

The contrasting black heel gives these boots a little extra edge.

Wear these with your favorite cropped jeans for an every day look.

Take the hiking boot trend to the next level with this white pair. 

I love the subtle stud detail.

Have you ever seen more chic rainboots?

Shearling lined and guaranteed to keep you warm during this frigid winter.

Made to be work with your favorite midi dress.

Your closet needs at least one metallic pair of booties.

Your new party boots, found.

A pointed toe bootie that’s both chic and comfortable.

Animal print is still going strong.

Try a white pair of pointed toe boots to nail both trends at once.

Every boots round up needs at least one knee high pair. 

Bring back ’70s vibe with this chunky suede pair.

The tortoise shell accents sets this pair apart.

Sneaker boots? Not mad about it. 

Western-inspired and so chic.

Durable and ready for snow.

Try these for a shinier option.

A classic pair that’s guaranteed to stand the test of time.

Chunky boots are everywhere right now.

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