Cute Combat Boots


cute combat boots

I’m a girl who loves a great boot – especially combat boots! With things finally starting to feel like fall around these parts, I can’t wait to start pairing up my favorite tights and boots and winterizing my wardrobe! I’ve got a pair of cute combat boots I picked up from Payless a few years ago, but I’m always on the lookout for other cute boot options. Here are a few of my current faves:

Steve Madden Women's Troopa Boot

I’ve loved the clean lines of Steve Madden’s Troopa Boot for awhile now – I know friends who have the plain black ones, and I feel like they’re the epitome of the perfect basic combat boot. However I just discovered that this book comes in a multitude of different colors, including this awesome green shade seen above as well as purple!

Dr. Martens Women's Triumph 1914 Boot

I’ve also been lusting after this fold-over beauty for awhile, the Triumph 1914 Boot by Dr. Martens. It comes in a couple of different color options as well. At a recent convention I attended, I was checking out these boots as worn by a fellow attendee. I asked her how she liked them, and if they were comfortable – she told me they’re her favorite boots by far!

HARLEY-12 Studded Lace Up Distress Buckle Mid Calf Military Combat Boot

I’m loving the edgy stud and buckle details on these boots! These babies are right up my alley, in all kinds of ways! The distressed black color option is my personal favorite, but the tan version makes a great neutral as well! You can get these boots here.

Skechers Women's Starship Trooper Boot

Last but not least – purple combat boots! I’m in love!!!!! This is the Skechers Women’s Starship Trooper Boot and I love the color on these bad boys.

Combat boot obsessed?

To see more of my favorites, check out my Pinterest board devoted to more cute combat boots.

Mallory Whitfield

chief creator of awesome at Miss Malaprop
Mallory Whitfield created in 2006 as a place to share her favorite handmade & eco-friendly products, cool stuff and indie finds. Throughout her journey as a creative entrepreneur, Mallory has worn many hats, including blogger, upcycled clothing creator and jewelry artist, craft show vendor, SEO analyst, creative strategist, speaker, coach and teacher to other small business owners.