3 boots that should be in every woman’s closet this fall

3 boots that should be in every woman’s closet this fall

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Fall is the time for sweaters, scarves and boots. Whether you select booties, riding or high-heeled styles, there's no doubt that fashionistas everywhere have a wide selection to choose from. But, the array of choices can make it a bit difficult to pick which shoes are right for you.

Luckily, Glamour magazine has given all of us indecisive women a bit of help, as they recently published an article that revealed the type of boots that we should have this season. The ones that made the list include:

1) Lace-Up Wedge Booties
The Cesare Paciotti Women's Sabbia Designer Low Boots should be in every females' closet. Whether they are paired with tights and a mini-dress or jeans, there's no doubt about it: these shoes will make a big statement wherever you go.

2) Leopard-Print Boots
Are you looking for a way to jazz up your little black dress or black work slacks? Then go with the Cesare Paciotti Women's Leopard Satin Python Peep-Toe Booty Boots. The great thing about these is that they are so versatile – wear them to that 9 a.m. meeting or out to drinks with friends. Wherever you choose to sport them, you can't go wrong.

3) Buckle boots
Bring out the inner rock star in you. Like the boots mentioned above, these shoes look good with just about anything. Their look is a bit on the tough side without being too masculine. Paciotti Women Designer Shoes Black Short Cowboy Boots are the perfect way to show how everyone how fashionable you are.

What's the best part about the fabulous footwear above? They can all be found at reasonable prices at Dellamoda.com. We're an online retailer that specializes in 100 percent authentic Italian shoes at a cheaper price than what you would pay at any department store.

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