Snow won’t hold you back.
The season of inclement weather is before us, and you’ll need some heavy duty shoes to get through it all. So, put those sneakers back under your bed and grab the boots — you’re going to need them. However, these chunky shoes can be a bit difficult to make work with your winter looks. Luckily, you can follow this guide for all the inspo you need for how to style your winter boots, look chic, and still stay warm.
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Given that so much of your leg will be revealed, you’ll likely want your shoes to be on the taller side to keep you as warm as possible. The fur lining of Fotios’ Winter Boots ($90, QVC) will ensure you’re as snug as a bug in a rug.
Beyond having a nice lift to keep your trousers dry, Brinley Co.’s Winter Boots ($56, Walmart) also come in this stunning, fire truck red. You’re sure to turn heads stomping about in these.
You can take on the blistering winds in your shortest of dresses with Mioke’s Thigh High Snow Boots ($60, Amazon).
If you’re going to be cuffing you pants, a lower winter boot works better to easily show off all of your snow shoe goodness. The thick soles, plush lining, and slight heel make Fashionshoeshouse’s Booties ($30, Fashionshoeshouse) a stylish yet causal option you’ll be grabbing for every event.