Boots are staple footwear for the chillier months and can go way beyond functionality, turning an ordinary outfit into a trend setting, drop-dead-gorgeous look of the season. Here's the scoop on boots for the upcoming months.
They make look like loaves of bread, but the original Ugg boots were all the rage when they were first spotted on celebrity feet a few years ago. The question is, are they still hot? If you've got a pair of the original fleece lined suede boots, don't throw them out. Functionally, they're near unbeatable. If you own a pair, I don't have to tell you how comfortable they are, and how they keep your feet at a constant, comfortable temperature.
As for style, although the classic Ugg boot isn't "hot" this winter, an array of new variations speak to current footwear trends. Check out the best new shoes offered by the Australian company here.
Flat boots are hot this season, there's no doubt about it, yet there's something unabashedly sexy about a killer pair of heeled boots too. Check out the gallery for some of the top looks of the season.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Soccer Bootie - They come in black/grey and ice/grey (featured) - $850.00
The Elland Boot: Tashkent by Cheyenne - These sock boots are to die for! They come in brown and grey. I have a pair and they are not only utterly comfortable, but they're the center of attention each time they leave the house with me. The compliments have been unending! - $598.00
Lace-Up Fur Lined Ankle Boot by Moschino Cheap & Chic - Suede lace-up ankle booties lined with fur $595.00
Paige Tall Riding Boot
- Frye - I recently complimented a woman wearing these in Vancouver; it was love at first sight - $348.00
Blake Suede Knee Boot by Theory Shoes - These will add instant style to jeans, leggings, treggings, skirts or dresses... they're the best accessory you could have to instantly punch up an outfit - $795.00
Locarno Shearling Cuff Boot - These Uggs pair well with skinny jeans or treggings - $225.00
5 Hot Boots For Fashionable Warmth
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