Feeling Low: Mid-Calf & Ankle Boots

Top: Zodiac Angie Boots: $49.99.
2nd Row: Skechers Lunacy Boots: $39.99; C-Label Alexis Boots: $42.99; Not Rated Son Of A Gun Boots: $34.99
3rd Row: Call It SPRING! Degenhardt Boots: $45.99; Madden Girl Ecker Boots: $47.99; Roper Ankle Boots$24.99.

I’m not much for knee-high boots. For one, my soccer calves will rarely agree with the side-zipper. But also, boots that hit me right below the knee tend to look not-so-good on my overall shape – I’m just not into it! I gravitate towards mid-calf boots. Really, anything that goes above that protruding ankle bone (the name of which I either never knew, or don’t remember) is appealing for me. I especially love convertible boots, like the Skechers Lunacy boots, which have a foldable shaft so you can switch between ankle boot and mid-calf boot. I’ve also deluded myself into thinking that below-the-knee boots are somehow better for my stability. I don’t know.

* Hell yes, there are hot pink cowboy boots in there! What feels better in the middle of a cold, grey day than neon western wear?

  • “Hell yes, there are hot pink cowboy boots in there! What feels better in the middle of a cold, grey day than neon western wear?” I’ll make sure to inform Russia. :3 Because there aren’t enough Russian cowboys out there.