Buying Coach Women's Leather Boots
When it comes to fashion, style, and comfort, Coach women's leather boots are a perfect fit. Renowned for their leather manufacturing, Coach has been a longstanding staple when it comes to women's purses and handbags, accessories, and shoes. There are many types of leather boots to choose from.
What Kind of Boots Suit Me?
Generally speaking, every type of boot suits every woman on a different day. There are some distinct styles of boots that you can wear for different occasions:
- Ankle boots: These standard type of leather boots cut off at the ankle, and may or may not include a heel. These work for both casual or formal occasions, and are ideal for a business setting.
- Knee-high boots: High in couture, knee-high boots are again a good choice for both casual and formal wear. You may see these with a high stiletto heel, but it's also just as common to see them as flats.
- Mid-calf boots: Perhaps the most common modern style, these boots meet the middle of your thigh, below your knee, but well above the ankle. These may have a zip enclosure or may pull on, and may be heels, wedges, or flats.
- Bootie boots: These are a specific type of ankle boot that have a thick or thin high heel. Great for office wear, these are definitely known as power boots.
What Heel Is Good?
When it comes to boots, you'll find different types of heels on different types of boots. It's a good idea to think about comfort and which heel height is ideal for you before your purchase.
- Thin heels or stilettos: While boots have more ankle support than a regular high heel, if you falter a bit in regular high heeled shoes, you may want to pick thicker heels or wedges.
- Wedge heels: These are a perfect choice if you're somewhat uncomfortable in heels, but like the height of a wedge boot.
- Kitten heels: These are small, yet thin heels that give you just a modicum of height, but are a cute, fashionable design.
- Flats: Many boots are flats or have very low heels, and this is perfectly acceptable for any type of occasion. Your comfort is always key.
What Are Some Boot Features?
Again, it's good to think about features you like in boots prior to your purchase. You may want to consider:
- Size: Boots have a different fit than other shoes or heels, so you may find that you don't need a half-size in boots, or you may need a wide size. See the manufacturer site for size details.
- Enclosures: Some boots have zippers, while other have straps. Still, others are completely pull-on. Think about what you like in a boot and how you like to put them on.
- Lining: You may prefer a lining like sheepskin in cold or wet weather.