Leather boots can cost a pretty penny, this dupe saves cash without sacrificing style
- Hi, friends. My name is Oneika, and this is "In the Know, Duped," the series where we find low-cost alternatives to your favorite high-end products. Every fall and winter, we see celebrities and models rocking knee-high boots. Knee highs, especially leather ones, can cost a pretty penny.
So, today, I'm here to show you some lower-cost alternatives that are not only budget-friendly but sweater-weather-friendly as well.
May I present you with exhibit one? This is the Cambria waterproof riding boot by Aquatalia, and it is gorgeous. It is an equestrian-inspired boot. They are made from the softest Italian leather. And not only are they cute, they're super comfy as well. But they are also $595.
So, if you don't have that type of money to spend, well, just wait a moment because I'm going to present you with a lower-cost alternative. This is the part where I introduce you to the Franco Sarto Marli boot. Now, it has an almost identical finish, texture, and silhouette to the other boot, but it is only $104.
While this boot isn't waterproof like its more expensive counterpart, you can easily purchase a waterproofing spray on the cheap. I just love how sleek this boot is. It gives you that, mmm, touch of refinement while keeping you comfy and warm. This silhouette is so minimalistic and versatile. You can pair it with all of your outfits.
So go out there and strut your stuff with confidence in these affordable and comfortable boots. And there you have it. Yet another affordable dupe. My name is Oneika, and this is "In the Know, Duped." See you next time.