List: How Many Pairs of Boots are Necessary?

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1. Doc Marten 20-hole Boots: good for snow, when I want to look tough or I just want to kill 20 minutes lacing up my shoes.

2. Frye Harness Boots: for looking rugged yet cute with bootcut jeans.

3. Frye Paige Tall Riding Boots: when I want to wear some cute supple boots over my jeans that I'll have a hard time pulling off later.

4. Franco Sarto Branzino Boots: when I want to feel a little bit like I'm part of some massive fashionable army.

5. Etienne Aigner Cailyn Boots: for when I want to pretend I own a horse that happens to go with my brown clothes.

6. Aerosoles Durrific Boots: for when I want the illusion of height but still be able to walk more than a block.

7. Boden purple suede flat platform boots: for when all the others just won't do.

(Ankle-height boots will be addressed at a later date.)

(Also in my defense these boots were acquired over a span of several years, not that it makes it any less ridiculous. )