Fashion Friday: Winter Boots

WINTER. It’s here, whether we like it or not.  As we on the east coast wake up to temperatures in the teens and await the first snowfall, I’ve got warm boots on the brain.  Here is a roundup of some of my favorites to keep your toes warm while still looking cool.

Sorel makes two of my favorites that are REAL snow boots but still high fashion- the Joan of Arctic and Cate the Great.

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These shearling lined tall leather boots are stylish yet totally functional and these Loeffler Randall boots look like her normal version but these babies are shearling lined too!

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UGGs may be kind of ugly, but they are a must have in cold climates (but if I catch you wearing them in California with a short skirt I will hunt you down and slap you). I like the button detail on this new version and check out these wedges! Holy cuteness!

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My mom got these in ivory and they are gorgeous- very ski bunny chic!

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I love both of these pairs of black boots, the over the knee Mou boots and the lace up Timberland Granby.

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I’m kind of obsessed with these Tory Burch furry numbers.

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If you like fur but not THAT much fur these Sam Edelman boots are adorable!

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Just because it’s cold doesn’t mean you can;t wear heels- these J.Crew booties are shearling lined! Or save a few bucks and try out the Charlotte Russe version for $40!

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For over the knee options you can go big with Hunter’s version or save a buck with Report’s cheaper but almost identical look.

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24 comments

  1. I’ve lived in Chicago my whole life and tried just about every snow boot out there, Technicas are by far the best. And their furry ones are my favorite. You could stand in 2 feet of snow and not even know it you’d be so warm.

  2. For the record, I bought the Cate the Great boots 2 months ago. Just had to say it since you’ll be seeing them on my feet over Christmas. Hehe ;)

    (p.s. I also ordered the Timberland Granby boots that you blogged about — they are cute, but not nearly as all-weather as the Sorel’s)

  3. Yeap, winter is here, and Uggs are the only boots that keep my feet warm, oh! and a pair of Nine West boots that look like those Sam Edelman but they have a wedge. Great picks!

  4. Hahahaha– I got the exact ones you posted. For all of those snowy Atlanta days ;)
    Actually, I got them for the floods we get in our back yard when it’s 40 degrees out. But figured they’d be PERFECT for our NE christmas romp!

  5. Hmm, those cool people boots might be calling my name. Anyone have experience with shoes from them? I’m unfamiliar with the brand.

  6. Uggs are super warm but completely useless because your feet will be soaking wet and freezing once you step outside. L.L. Bean’s classic Bean Boots are the way to go! Definitely not runway-worthy but when it comes to warm, dry feet, they are the best.

  7. Just ordered those Sorel Joan of Arctic’s last week and hope they show up on my door step today! I love the button Uggs too… but my sense of need vs want are preventing me from hitting BUY. I may cave… I love the button detail so much!

  8. “Classic” Uggs are under NO circumstances acceptable (did I just really use “Uggs” & “Classic” in the same sentence?) They are absolutely useless because they soak in mushy slushy snow in about 5 seconds and turn into cold, wet torture shoes. I can’t even tell you how many tourists I see on the streets of New York wearing “warm” Uggs as they walk around with freezing feet. I did come across the Broom II boot from them the other day (http://www.uggaustralia.com/ProductDetails.aspx?gID=w&productID=1911&model=Broome%20II). I actually saw someone on the street and spotted the Uggs logo – I couldn’t believe my eyes: Uggs made something nice looking and street appropriate.

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