5 Dead Fab Boots To See You Through The Season | Scouse Bird Blogs

Autumn is officially boot season. [pause for cheers] All hail fab boots!

Nothing is fiercer than a goddamn beautiful pair of boots and now is the time for walking round in a pair, after all, that’s what Nancy Sinatra reminds us they’re made for.


Most of the time embroidery a la ‘yer nan’ can be seen as a little old fashioned and twee, so make the most of it while it’s very much front and centre in the ‘trendy’ stakes. These amazing booties complete with rose are deffo fab boots. The block heel means comfort too – and ‘yer nan’ will totally be on board with that.

Laser cut

Tall black boots are an Autumn/Winter classic, but these laser cut lovelies just give a bit of a fancy twist to something that’s been done so many times before. Whether it’s worn over tights/jeans/leggings for a subtle feature or on bare legs for the wow factor – these boots from Just Fab are gorgeous.


Nothing says ‘look at me’ like a pair of chrome boots. These aren’t for the fashion shrinking violets, if you’re wearing these, you’re wanting to stand out. The perfect boots for those horrendously challenging ‘jeans and a nice top’ events.

Lace up

If Autumn had a colour, it would be burgundy. You’ll find it everywhere and you’ll want it everywhere – in jumpers, coats, hats, scarves and in your wine glass. These lace up wine coloured fab boots will become your best mate. Swear down.

OTK boots

Yep, it’s official – you can now wear OTK boots without people thinking you’re touting for business. These burgundy wonders with a ‘feature heel’ from Missguided are showstoppers and will have everyone asking where they’re from. Or if you’re all burgundied out – these grey tie backs from Boohoo look wayyyy more expensive than they actually are.

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