Cooler temps, fall foliage, cozy layers and the perfect pair of waterproof boots! I don’t know about y’all, but I am welcoming both November and autumn with open arms and some new shoes… 😉 As I map out my fall travels (…Iceland and NYC next week, eek!), I have been on the hunt for the perfect pair of wet weather boots to keep me warm, dry and allow for plenty of adventure & exploring. Though Austin climate is fairly tame, having a pair of rain boots handy is always a good idea – I’m excited to partner with Sperry and style a pair of their seriously AWESOME Saltwater Duck Boots!
PS. Sperry & I are hosting a giveaway on my IG account (right now!!) where you AND a friend could WIN a pair of these adorable boots! Follow me on Instagram and follow the simple directions in this post to enter! (Official rules of entry here). Good luck!
I have been a big fan of Sperry since my high school and college days… pretty sure my obsession with their Boat Shoes was in full force during the latter years at UT (…I just creeped my old college pics on FB and yep, just as I suspected there were a LOT of boat shoes haha…kinda thinking I should invest in a new pair, ha!). Needless to say, Sperry has always been a solid brand when it comes to beautiful quality, classic shoes.
Though my Duck Boots come in a TON of color options (it was so fun to pick out my combo – see the full selection here!), I went for a great neutral combination of olive green, dark brown and tan. These things are SO comfy and practical – highly recommend if you’re doing some cold/snow/rainy weather traveling this season – or if you tend to brave the cold and rain to run errands in your city…I’m certain these will get a ton of wear!
Though I paired mine with jeans and some cozy socks, I’ve also seen these shoes styled with skirts, chunky sweaters and socks, too – LOVE that idea and I’m excited to switch up my outfits with these cuties!
Sharing my full outfit + sizing details below – happy November, gals! XO
**Photos by Anna Szczekutowicz Photography
A big thank you to Sperry for sponsoring this post! All opinions are my own.