Suede Boot Review – Sole Society

6 November |


Hi Friends! It’s no secret that I love Sole Society shoes! I’m partnering with them for today’s blog post and telling you all about my newest pair of boots – The Danilynn Boots. This suede boot is the perfect pointy toe option at just the right price. Coming in right under $150, this pair is a great option for fall and winter. Scroll down to see my full review and what I love and don’t love about them.

Let’s start with with color. The mushroom suede is a perfect neutral and can be paired with almost all colors. I tend to go for more neutral tones over something really dark and like the grey/taupe/brown families when it comes to boots. As you can see in the photos, I’m wearing a cream dress with a leopard print coat and black bag. The boots pair great with this combination and act as an additional neutral.

The fit. I have my normal size and they fit great. I’m wearing them with socks and still think they work perfectly. If you plan to wear thick socks or you are in between sizes, size up!

The structure. This is the only part of the shoe that worries me. I prefer boots that stay up on my leg and usually the only way to accomplish that is with a zipper that goes up the shaft of the boot. This pair is a pull on boot with no zipper so there will be some slouching. If that is going to bother you, this won’t be the pair for you. If you don’t mind a slouch, then I can’t recommend this pair enough!

The price. Most all the boots I’ve found that are comparable to this pair are over $150-$300. I personally like to invest in a pair of boots that I know will last me season after season. Every year I look for a knee high boot and every year I go back to the pair I’ve purchased from the season before. This boot could be that pair for you!

As for the rest of my outfit. I found this sweater dress recently at Madewell. It’s a little pricey coming in at $118 but is great for a growing bump and will surely be on sale soon! I think this outfit is great for Thanksgiving and will be easy to style several ways so you can get your money’s worth. My leopard print coat is from Target last year. I’m going to link several other options of leopard print coats that are under $150. I wore this coat a TON last year and plan to do the same again this year. It’s a fun option that can really help dress up an outfit for the cooler months.

Today’s post is sponsored by Sole Society. As always, all opinions are my own!

Photos by KVC Photography

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  1. Love the color of those boots and sweater dres!! Any suggestions on inserts for boots/booties to keep the toe/foot shape. Hate when they have creases in the after wearing for long periods. Thanks!!