Add a pair of chic knee-high boots into your new-season wardrobe now…
Want to know which boots to invest in for the new-season? We spotted the best knee high boots on the catwalk for AW16 at Versace, Louis Vuitton, Chloé – and many more in between. Off the runway, there are many gorgeous options that will work hard in your wardrobe all winter:
Best daytime knee high boots
For a flat boot that you can nip around in all day, head to Office for a pair of classic riding boots.
Best statement knee high boots
If it’s a statement boot you’re after, check out ASOS, Urban Outfitters and Ted Baker for colour-blocked styles and cool metallic finishes.
Best slouchy knee high boots
If you love tucking skinny jeans into your boots, Zara and Russell & Bromley have the most elegant slouched styles on the highstreet.
Best mid-heel knee high boots
From block heels to midi heights, Dune and Mango have the best knee high boots for the office with heels that are high enough to feel polished and professional, but comfortable enough to run between meetings in.
Best wide-leg knee high boots
Wide-legs boots are super-flattering so, if you’re looking to invest, consider Chloé’s dreamy tie-detail pair.
When it comes to colours, we’ve fallen head over heels for patent boots this season. Not only do they have a cool high-gloss finish, they wipe clean if you’ve found yourself puddle-dodging. Of course, classic tan never goes out of style, while autumnal shades, such as burgundy and grey, are starting to drop in store.
How should you wear them? Style your knee high boots over denim, pair them with micro-mini skirts or team them with a floral dress (one of the most unexpected but brilliant AW16 trends).
So, whatever your sartorial preference and budget this season, there is definitely a knee high boot out there to suit.
Scroll on to check out the styles in our edit below .
Saint Laurent, eat your heart out. These silver boots from Urban Outfitters might not be encrusted with crystals and pounding the catwalks at fashion week, but it’s a great way to inject a fun trend into your wardrobe without the thousand pound price tag.
Our favourite boot of thos edit goes to these Zara boots – we love their cool metallic detail.
These ladylike boots are perfect for special occasions and everyday wear.
We love the pretty embroidered details on these Mango boots, give your look a boho edge and team them with a long prairie skirt.
These slick leather boots will give your workwear a cool new-season finish.
Meet the perfect winter boot. Add texture to your look with the cool croc effect.
These boots are super-comfy thanks to their block heel.
These taupe boots will perfectly compliment your autumnal wardrobe.
If you’re after a pair of boots that will make a real statement, snap up these 70s-style patchwork style boots,
Team these vintage-style boots with floaty dresses.
Opt for a sleek and sophisticated design with these boots from Ted Baker.
These cool fringed boots from L.K. Bennett will add a swishy boho vibe to your everyday wardrobe.
Everyone needs a modern pair of little red riding hood-esque boots.
For a sure-fire statement boot, these Asos boots tick all the boxes.
Made in Italy, these Étoile Isabel Marant Pre-Fall ’16 boots offer a modern way to wear 70s-style suede boots this season.
We love the sock-boot trend this season, show these beauties off with a leather midi skirt.
Chloé fans meet your new dream boot. Perhaps one for your Santa list?
Wear these slouched boots with skinny jeans and an over-sized shirt.
The wide-leg shape of these boots is super-flattering.
Invest in suede spray as you’ll want to wear these boots for many seasons to come.
These suede boots have been specially treated to be weather resistant, meaning you can wear them all winter long.
A classic almond toe boot in an elegant leather finish.
Team these with your all-black workwear to add a fresh finish.
These sexy boots are perfect for your next BNO.
Tuck this season’s stirrup-style trousers into these slouchy boots.
Team these boots with a long grey jumper dress to nail model-off-duty style.