These Are the 15 Best Ankle Boots for Narrow Feet

Despite the fact that summer only truly arrived two weeks ago in New York, I've somehow already reached the point in which I begin to dream of oversize chunky-knit sweaters paired with tights and ankle boots (my all-time-favorite shoe style). It’s the natural cycle of things, I suppose. Instead of yearning for more time to wear the assortment of white cotton sundresses I've amassed, I’m salivating to swap my Soludos for Stuart Weitzmans.

However, for those with narrow feet, finding a slender shoe style can be more challenging than figuring out how to pair jackets with dresses. And as far as boots go, the sweet spot lies in pointed and square-toe options (two styles wide feet must avoid at all costs). Below, we’ve rounded up the best ankle boots for narrow feet, and the styles we found just might inspire a little fall daydreaming (and shopping) of your own. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Forget the "no white after labor day" rule—we're wearing white straight into winter this year, and we're doing it in the form of kitten-heel booties.

Every narrow-footed girl needs a pair of equally narrow cowboy boots. It's just a necessity. 

All I want in this life is the perfect pair of neutral sock booties, and Acne Studios has blessed me with this pair. 

Typically, combat boots are ideal for a wider foot, but this slim-fit style is the exception. 

Though I typically prefer a pair of black leather booties for fall, these may convince me otherwise. 

But speaking of black leather booties, how could anyone resist these? 

I just purchased these booties, as I know they're going to be the perfect addition to my fall staples (e.g., boyfriend jeans and an oversize men's dress shirt). A little feminine to round out the masculine.

Any boot with a narrow toe is a good option for a narrow foot. It doesn't hurt that these particular boots are croc-embossed (a fall-fashion must-have!). 

The leather straps on these booties give them the slight edge any fall outfit needs. 

You can argue whether this qualities as an ankle boot, but the closed toe and low heel are all I need to justify fitting this into my fall wardrobe.

Slouchy boots were a major must last season, and we're predicting this trend will continue into fall.

These may replace loafers as my favorite shoe from Gucci. That's saying something.

These boots are designed in California and made in Spain, which makes them ideal for wearing in… New York, right?

Now that you've acquired the perfect ankle boots, here's how to style them with those skinny jeans you'll never get rid of.