These Boots were made for walking; or whatever…

Who doesn’t love a great pair of boots? And of course, boots are a great choice to pair with your jeans, t-shirt, and jacket. But if you’re anything like me, you are one of those people who love to think outside the box and challenge the rules of fashion a little bit. And now that I’ve gotten that out in the open, I’m excited to show you some of my favorite ways to wear boots in the fall and winter seasons:

 Fuzzy boots with sweat pants or leggings – Casual comfort is a must when running errands is on the agenda, especially when there are snow and ice on the ground to contend with. So skip the sneakers and throw on a pair of warm fuzzy ankle boots with your sweat pants and hoodie I promise your feet will appreciate the warmth.

Ankle booties with hoodie or sweater dresses – Go for the knockout punch with this stunning combination every single time. Nothing says fall like a sweater dress on those chilly evenings out with your BFF’s plus you’re a guaranteed number one stunner with either a flat, fuzzy, or heeled little cutie ankle bootie.

 Jeans with knee or thigh high boots – Whether you’re a bit country or a little bit rock & roll, jeans and boots are always an all-time favorite. However, switch up the game and add a slight street edge when you sport a very feminine pair of thigh-high boots with your jeans. Add an extra “umph” to the look when you choose a ripped pair of jeans and knee or thigh-high boots and a long or waste jacket of some sort.

 And while you’re getting your walk on in those boots you bought from our retail store, remember you can also purchase a reliable vehicle from Ohio Valley Goodwill’s Auto Auction. The Auto Auction is held every Saturday doors open at 8 am, and the bidding begins at 9. Find your next around the town vehicle here at Ohio Valley Goodwill and support local veterans in the process. We also accept donations, so if you have a car, truck, van, motorcycle, SUV, boat, or even an RV you no longer need, we’ll gladly take it off your hands at no cost to you. Visit www.goodwillcars.com/donate for more information then fill out our convenient online form and again, we’ll pick up your donation for free. 

Alisha Moore-Woolfork
Fashion Advisor

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