That is actually a song title - honestly! Not one that I've been playing on loop, but thought it worked for the long promised boot filled blog post!
After a very busy month, I've finally found time to do all the hard work for you and source as many great boot options as possible. I've chosen flat (or fairly flat!) boots that will work for day, cold weather and some with dresses and skirts. There is not a heel (kitten or high!) in sight and I can tell you it wasn't easy to avoid them, as like a moth to a flame I would always want to pick them!
I'm starting with ankle boots and I'm mixing that up with a couple of hi-top options too. I personally prefer a hi-top as it's comfortable, always fits around jeans and looks a little more casual for day, which is a look I love for me.
However my first ankle boot is flatter than a flat thing. No heel whatsoever and fur lined from Charles and Keith, £69, also available in khaki and tan.
Tan option from Dune via John Lewis with a low block heel, £105.
Perfect rock chick boots, again from Dune via John Lewis, £140. Selling out quickly.
Or if rock chick isn't your thing you can channel your inner cowgirl in these Western style boots from And/Or via John Lewis, £119, with a great metallic element to the back of them.
Lovely simple black ankle boot from Zara with pearl detail, £39.
Ooh nice heel detail on this black ankle boot from Zara, £29.99.
Extra wide fit with a block heel from M&S, £39.50. Sizes are selling out - these would look great with black jeans, trousers or a faux leather skirt.
Red suede pointed boot, £55 from M&S.
Only available in a couple of sizes, it's easy to see why these have been so popular - Stradivarius tan boots, £65.99.
Studs galore to give these plain black ankle boots, £29.99 a bit of interest, again from Stradivarius.
Suede studded ankle boot from Next, £68 - a few clients have tried and loved these.
Also available in navy, £68.
River Island black ankle boot with padlock detail £40, via Very.co.uk.
Asos nude ankle western boot, £50.
And the first of my hi-top options, with classic black and white from Charles and Keith, £55. This ticks all the boxes for my inner Neneh Cherry - I just need her amazing hair and I'm ready for Buffalo Stance. They're also available in a couple of other colours, including a great check print mix.
And a very fluffy nude coloured pair from H&M, £17.99.
Next up calf length or knee high boots!
A very high flat boot from H&M, £39.99.
Another very high but very flat boot, this time from Bershka, £34.99 (were £49.99).
Calf height boots by Dune from Debenhams, £50 (were £63).
A nude flat from Michael Kors at Kurt Geiger, £129 (were £265), selling out fast.
A vegan tan boot from Free People, £118. Bear in mind the sizing is American, so check carefully!
Investment time from Boden, but you know they'll be comfy! Grey over the knee Bray boot £210.
An extra wide black boot from Evans, £48 (were £60).
Finishing up with this great leather pair from Oasis, £88.
I hope that's given you some ideas if you're on the hunt for new boots! There are lots of fantastic options out there and it can be a bit overwhelming - however if you're unsure, stick with a colour that will go with pretty much everything (grey is often a really good choice as looks amazing with colours, black outfits and navy too).
If you liked the suggestions or want something a little more colourful, then please do leave a comment and I'll share more ideas soon! xx