Angelina Jolie Just Wore the Forgotten Boot Trend That's on Sale at Nordstrom

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No one plays the classics quite like Angelina Jolie.

True to form, Jolie stepped out this weekend in an all-black ensemble of core wardrobe pieces that made the case for their own longevity. A double-breasted wool coat, a Celine clasp bag, and, of course, a pair of leather riding boots. While the fashion world has opted for a weightier footwear silhouette — the Prada Monolith no doubt the origin — Jolie's pared-down, straight-shaft boots have proven to be much more timeless.

She wore the low-heel, knee-height leather boots shopping at Nordstrom in Los Angeles, so it's actually quite fitting that a handful of riding boots are not only in stock but on sale on Nordstrom's site. Her exact pair has not been officially ID'ed yet, but this $135 Coach pair and these under-$200 ones by Frye are extremely close visual matches. While not on sale, this Frame pair that Katie Holmes has worn a few times is a stellar option, plus it comes with a mysterious free gift with purchase.

Below, shop Angelina Jolie's timeless riding boot trend on sale at Nordstrom (plus some even more affordable options from Amazon).

Get the look:

Frye Melissa Button 2 Knee High Boot
Shop now: $199 (Originally $348); nordstrom.com

Franco Sarto Meyer Knee High Boot
Shop now: $120 (Originally $199); nordstrom.com

Clarks Hamble Riding Boot
Shop now: $132 (Originally $220); nordstrom.com

Coach Fynn Embossed Knee High Riding Boot
Shop now: $135 (Originally $225); nordstrom.com

Frame Le Canon Boot
Shop now: $728; nordstrom.com

Amazon Essentials Women's Riding Boot in Medium and Wide Calf
Shop now: $39; amazon.com

London Fog Noble High Riding Boot
Shop now: $60; amazon.com

LifeStride Women's X-Anita Knee High Boot
Shop now: $36 (Originally $89); amazon.com

Dream Pairs Women's Knee High Riding Boots (Wide-Calf)
Shop now: $49; amazon.com

Tommy Hilfiger Women's Shano-Wc Wide Calf Classic Riding Boot
Shop now: $70; amazon.com

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