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5 Under $50: Foldover Boots


Katherine Heigl shows off some serious layering skills on top and some amazing foldover detailing on her suede boots while visiting The Late Show with David Letterman. Here are five boots featuring cuffs or foldovers under $50 to get you in on this trend for less.

1. Knee High Suedette Cuff Boots, $34.80



2. Sweater Top Boot, $42.50



3. Faux Suede Sleeve Bootie, $35.50



4. Foldover Wedge Perry Boot, $46.90



5. Candie's Foldover Boot, sale $38.99 reg. $74.99


Comments
I just adore this look. I just wish I could find a lower heel option (busy moms need comfort.)Foldover boots in grey is what I'm looking for, and these prices are just perfect!!! Thanks BB
#1 Shebl on 2010-10-28 11:29 (Reply)
I just picked up a pair of gray ankle boots at Payless. http://www.payless.com/store/product/detail.jsp?catId=cat10243&subCatId=cat10243&skuId=079289050&productId=67578&lotId=079289&category=
They have a heel, but are comfortable. I was able to wear them about 12 hours the first day I wore them - work, pick up my kids, run errands, etc.
#1.1 chelle on 2010-10-28 12:04 (Reply)
oh i love those! and in my experience Payless boots are really comfortable, the heel on these look very walkable. great find.
#1.1.1 The Budget Babe on 2010-10-28 14:50 (Reply)
Charlotte Russe ones were a great find! Too bad they are out of my size..
#2 meagan (Homepage) on 2010-10-28 12:25 (Reply)
I just got these today (finally, they were on back order forever!!!)

http://bit.ly/9mMxdm
#3 MrsEmilyN on 2010-10-28 15:20 (Reply)
Those boots will look amazing with a cute skirt!
#4 paige (Homepage) on 2010-10-29 03:08 (Reply)
Not a fan of the other style of fold-over, but the more flopped/shirt-collar style like the Charlotte Russe ones look great for winter!
#5 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2010-10-29 13:12 (Reply)
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