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These Over-the-Knee Boots Look Way More Expensive Than $200 - but They Aren't

Maybe you're not sure how often you'd wear them, or maybe you're just trying to save money. Either way, the conclusion's the same: you're not spending hundreds on over-the-knee boots, and nothing - no It girl, no Instagram post, no street style look - will really convince you otherwise. But if you'd still like to have a pair of OTKs sitting in your closet, ready to style with oversize shirts, miniskirts, and jeans, there is a solution - 22 solutions, actually, in the form of the under-$200 styles ahead.
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