30 Pairs of Knee-High Boots That Are Perfect in Every Way

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@aimeesong; PICTURED: Song of Style Bea Boot in Black & White ($298)

Despite the fact that everyone is wearing "real" shoes less and less this year, knee-high boots have still managed to hold their ground amongst the fancy slippers and Birkenstocks of the world. Knee-high boots are a classic style that rarely loses its relevance which is probably why shoppers see no harm in continuing to add a pair or two here and there to their closets. This tall footwear trend looks amazing over jeans, underneath skirts and dresses, and much more so if you were thinking that they aren't the most practical boot choice, you're wrong. 

While yes, more versatile versions are always a good idea including the black and dark mock croc versions, we've also seen fashion girls donning more daring pairs such as the cow print pair above. Trust me, there is much more where that came from and today, I am here to bring you the best knee-high boots on the market. From a square-toe lime green pair to the kind of black boot that is so sleek, you don't care what it costs, I am confident you will find your dream pair of knee-high boots somewhere below. 

I own these in brown and honestly, I haven't loved something this much in a very long time. 

These boots are perfect from every angle. 

I am still in awe of how expensive these look. 

I am a major sucker for Tibi boots and these are no exception. 

Haven't seen a Bottega Veneta item I didn't like. 

Now that's what I call a timeless boot. 

Why wear black when you can wear lime green? 

Finding under $100 knee-high boots is no easy feat, so consider this a miracle. 

This buttery hue is just delightful. 

I own these boots in two colors and cannot recommend them enough. 

These boots are absolute showstoppers. 

Perfect for pairing with midi skirts and dresses alike. 

If you're looking to invest in a good pair of boots, make it these. 

Mango's currently has an amazing selection of knee-high boots and I'm predicting they won't be in stock for long. 

Since everyone will be buying black, think outside the box and go for the brown. 

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