By Ashley Close

It’s time to put away the flip-flops and start thinking about warmer options for our feet; and what better way to do it than grabbing a great pair of boots that are fashionable and affordable?! Here are my pick for trendy footwear for fall that’s under $100.

boot urbanoutfitters Fall Boots For Under $100

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Deena and Ozzy Neoprene Wedge Boot $69

Urban Outfitters – SouthSide Works
435 Cinema Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
(412) 381-198
Hours: Sun 12pm -6pm; Mon-Thurs 10am-9pm; Fri-Sat 10am-10pm
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Lace-up booties have been a major trend recently. For the past few seasons the majority of styles available have gone by way of feminine embellishments and delicate heels. This is starting to feel as old as the Victorian era they are borrowing from. Update this versatile staple with a minimalistic wedge and streamlined lacing. These could be paired with a skinny pant and chunky sweater, or ribbed tights and floral fall dress.

dsw boot Fall Boots For Under $100

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Zigi Soho Deed Bootie $69.95

DSW – Waterfront
520 Waterfront Dr
Homestead, PA 15120
(412) 464-5190
Hours: Sun 11am-6pm, Mon-Sat 10am-9pm
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These boots are not for anyone who shies away from making a statement. Studs are here, and they are here to stay, but can easily be over-done and difficult to wear. As trendy and fabulous as they may be, no one enjoys being stabbed in the face by a spiky shoulder. Minimize risk of injuring yourself and those around you by containing your studs to your feet. The flat sole of this boot keeps it casual and comfortable enough during daytime or weekend wear for your every-day rebel.

Sciera Boot $90

Aldo Shoes
1000 Ross Park Mall Dr # J5
Pittsburgh, PA 15237-3869
(412) 364-7003
Hours: Sun 11am -6pm; Mon-Sat 10am-9:30pm
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There is nothing as versatile or fierce as a knee-high black motorcycle boot. Flattering on every body type, and complementary to most outfits, they are an absolute staple in anyone’s wardrobe who lives in a city that knows the true meaning of autumn: wet leaves. Pittsburgh knows the best and worst of what the seasons can bring to us, and these will get you to and from work, or keep you out on the town in style, and with dry feet.

jcrew rainboot Fall Boots For Under $100

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Weatherby Rain Boots $79.50

J Crew – Shadyside
5433 Walnut St
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
(412) 683-8021
Hours: Mon-Sat: 10AM – 8PM; Sun: 12PM – 5PM
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The necessity of a functional rain boot need not be explained to those of us who live in Southwestern Pennsylvania. But, there is nothing worse than having your $15 rain boots tear on your walk home in a three-inch river of water. The quality of your rubber boots should never be compromised, and luckily with that quality comes a perfect fit and style. Of course, there is really no better color for footwear during this time of year than that perfect shade of Steeler Gold.

mossimobootiesfromtarget Fall Boots For Under $100

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Mossimo Supply Co. Khadeja Suede Bootie $29.99

Target East Liberty
East Liberty, PA 15206
(412) 626-3258
Hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.; Sat 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.; Sun 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

A flat black bootie is perfect for that lucky day where it is dry and cool. Available in endless styles, from feminine details to chunky hardware, there is a bootie for everyone. Head out to the new Target to check out these great boots!

Ashley is a native of Pittsburgh with an English degree from Chatham College. She spends her time stalking the New Kids on the Block on Twitter, and making wishlists on e-commerce sites she cannot afford. She also does yoga. Sometimes. You can follow her on twitter and maybe someday she’ll say something interesting.

  1. KimPossible says:

    “Fall Boots For Under $100…fall footwear can be both fashionable and affordable!” Really? For whom? For your average family in one of the many depressed, blue-collar towns that surround Pittsburgh? I find this article particularly tacky in a time when too many families in this area are more likely to be wondering, “Can I feed my family for the next two weeks for under $100?” KDKA, get real, please.

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