Where to buy the best fall boots in Toronto from $180 to $1,800

One of Canada’s most trusted authorities on style and fashion, Jeanne Beker has covered the industry for more than 30 years. Now watch her in her current style editor role on TSC’s Style Matters with Jeanne Beker or tune into her podcast Beyond Style Matters, available wherever you get your podcasts.


 

These boots are made for walking — no matter the time of day! Jeanne Beker picks ankle boots for day-to-day wear and tall boots for a night out so that you’re dressed to impress for fall 24/7.

A. LEATHER LUG SOLE

“This is very funky; it’s leather and rubber and has a metallic kind of brush to it. It’s practical and comfortable with an edge.” Gravitypope, $190, 1010 Queen St. W.

B. COWBOY CHELSEA

“What a classic and gorgeous design, and the quality looks off the map! You can dress them up and down, and I love the texture.” George C., $1,298, 21 Hazelton Ave.

C. SQUARE TOE SNAKE PRINT

“This deep red colour is so hot this season, and these will give you a playful edge to your wardrobe. They speak to the wild child within!” L’Intervalle, $182.40, 220 Yonge St. 

D. PATENT PLATFORM

“This is a really unexpected direction for fall and winter; it makes a cool statement and speaks to a kind of luxury.” Ron White, $645, 55 Bloor St. W.

E. EQUESTRIAN FLAIR

“This is classic styling and has a great chunky heel for stability. If you need a nice chocolate brown boot for fall, this certainly does it.” Aldo, $220, 1 Bass Pro Mills Dr.  

F. YOLO BOOT

“Green is so strong for this season. There’s a beautiful, elegant, classic line to this boot. It’s so sexy! Such a statement shoe.” Brother Vellies, $1,819, brothervellies.com

G. RED STILETTO STYLE

“What a fabulous statement; red is a great colour. This heel is fairly thin but not as high as some of the others. It has such a beautiful line!” TSC, $278, tsc.ca

H. FLOWER POWER

“This has a super chunky heel and platform, and the floral print has great colours for winter. So whimsical, definitely a conversation piece!” John Fluevog, $859, 4 Trinity St. 

I. STAY CLASSIC

“This has a nice flat heel, and it’s never going to go out of style. That pointy toe and the riding boot feel — great for the country or city!” La Canadienne, $598, 138 Cumberland St. 

For Jeanne Beker’s top picks for loafers, click here.