Today, I’m spilling my secrets on how to get those oh so covetted Hutner boots for less! I love them because you can wear them any time of year, not just for when it’s raining. They are the perfect addition to to my more laid back, casual Fall style. Well, lets just be honest here, there is nothing like a nice pair of boots, cozy sweaters, comfortable leggings, all layered up with a scarf as the perfect accent piece. These are THE essentials for any upcoming holiday travel you may have!
Red Hunter boots always add the perfect pop to any outfit, even if it’s not raining out. Last year, I had the budget friendly version from Target (and I loved them), but when Costco came out with Hunter boots this year for only $79, I couldn’t pass that deal up! They still have them in stock, too! That would be tip #1.
Tip #2, is that Nordstrom will actually price match the boots as long as Costco has the exact pair/color combination and your size in stock. Just simply use the chat box when you are checking out.
Tip #4 Buy the children’s version of these shoes. Nobody will know, but you! They are a little bit shorter than the adult size ones, but “Big Kids” actually goes up to a women’s size 7, which is a size 5 in “Big Kids.” They are $75-80 depending on the type you choose. Also, most Hunter boots tend to run a little bit bigger, so I would imagine that if you wear a normal 7.5 you can probably squeeze into these! Saving that much money would definitely be worth the shot! Plus Nordstrom offers free shipping and free returns, so what do you have to lose?
Tip #5 You can find tons of Hunter Boots on Poshmark. It’s an app where you can sell things from your own closet. In fact, I use this all the time to sell my clothes. Here is my closet. Here is just a quick search of the many Hunter boots currently available.
Now I’ve told you all my secrets… Don’t tell anyone else though ;-).
On a side note.. a little disclaimer here… This track that I’m standing on is not an active track. It actually just cuts off right in front of me. The one to my left is the active one. Apparently, this has been a serious safety issue lately. See the video from the Today show. Because this has been such an issue and huge concern lately, I will no longer be taking pictures on train tracks, even if they are inactive.