When I think about New York City (Taylor’s Version), I immediately think about lipstick, the West Village and Taylor Swift’s impeccable fall fashion looks. It was true when 1989 was first released in October 2014, and it’s true now with the release of 1989 (Taylor’s Version) nine years later. Case in point: The perfectly preppy look the singer wore on the eve of her re-release.
Steve Madden Bixby Pointed Toe Knee High Boot
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Daria Whipstitch Tall Vegan Leather Western Boot
PAIGE Caroline Knee High Boot
J.Crew Sadie Knee-High Boots
ZODIAC Riona Boots
Jeffrey Campbell Knee High Boot
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Vince Camuto Evangee Knee High Boot
Franco Sarto Meyer Knee High Boot
Blondo Tessa Waterproof Boot
Photographed in the West Village, Swift paired an oversized Stella McCartney polo shirt, Polo Ralph Lauren baseball hat and Tod’s bag with the most timeless fall boot trend: brown heeled knee-high boots. And I cannot stop thinking about the boots. Look at the boots! The boots!
Unfortunately for all of us who aren’t worth $1 billion, Swift’s boots are allegedly Prada. If you are willing to drop the money on a pair of Prada boots, please do, and I will live vicariously through you! However, there are so many affordable alternatives that give off the same timeless and preppy energy that looks just like Swift’s. You know, without the hefty price tag.
Scroll down to shop some of the best, more-than-worthy alternatives to Swift’s brown knee-high boots. Now excuse me while I (not so) patiently wait for more Taylor Swift fashion inspo.
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