Once the holidays are over, we still have a couple months of winter waiting for us on the other side. Whether you’re in a rainy or snowy climate, now is a great time to update your footwear for the season. Just because weatherproof boots are functional doesn’t mean they can’t be stylish.
Let’s start with the heavy hitters: snow boots. Sorel is top-tier when it comes to super-comfortable shoes that keep your toes warm and look good while doing it. I love their Joan of Arctic high boots in waterproof khaki suede. If that’s a little too heavy duty, their Explorer boots in gray suede are just as good. I love these moon boots for a fluffy, apres-ski vibe.
Looking for something a little more put together? J.Crew’s winterized leather boots with a slight wedge are a perfect finishing touch. Cole Haan’s winter white boots with shearling lining are just begging to be worn with jeans and a white puffer. How about a shiny silver pair of fur-lined
I don’t have an English country house, but I feel like I do every time I put on these Walnut Galway Boots from Dubarry. The saddle brown leather and Goretex are great for trekking through mud and running to the grocery store alike. Speaking of the English countryside, these short Burberry rain boots in black and the signature Burberry plaid are absolutely classic.
Another classic that never goes out of style? A pair of tall Hunter boots in a glossy black. If you’re looking for a little bit more, than how about a quilted option? On the dressier side, Aquatalia boots are all sleek, black, and waterproof. This half-suede, half-leather shoe gives major Stuart Weitzman vibes.
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