I Just Found Three Perfect Pairs of Autumn Boots From H&M, M&S and Arket

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The moment I saw Who What Wear's Emma Spedding in Marks and Spencer's cleated black boots, I knew that she had stumbled across a real high-street gem. Coming in this season's trending chunky-sole-meets-knee-high silhouette, the boots give designer iterations a real run for their money. It was then that I started to spot similar styles across the board, but there were two other pairs, in particular, that caught my eye: one from Arket and the other from H&M.

Spedding wearing Marks and Spencer Chunky Cleated Knee High Boots (£50).

All coming in black and with comfy flat soles, they instantly sparked inspiration for my autumn outfits. While the style looks undeniably cool with Emma's pink minidress, I can imagine all three looking so chic with black leggings and a belted oversized blazer. They would also pair nicely with a longer dress, perhaps in a knitted fabric. After all, this boot style is ideal for giving cold-weather staples an edge. While these boots are all from the high street, they range in price from £40 to £290, but there are, of course, plenty more where these came from. Scroll down to see H&M's, M&S's and Arket's perfect autumn boots, and shop similar styles.


H&M Knee-High Boots (£40)


M&S Collection Chunky Cleated Knee High Boots (£50)


Arket High-Shaft Chunky Leather Boots (£290)

Shop other high-street boots:

COS Chunky Leather Chelsea Boots (£180)

Mango Leather Boots With Tall Leg (£140)

Kin Perel Leather Chunky Sole Stretch Ankle Boots, Black (£85)

FP Collection Grayson Tall Boots (£268)

Karen Millen Mid Calf Leather Chelsea Boot (£103)

Monki Square-Toe Heel Boots (£45)

Arket Chunky Leather Boots (£175)

FitFlop Wonderwelly Rubber Boots (£90)

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