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Fall & Winter Boots

As much as we love summer and sandals, there’s just something so warm and cozy about the colder weather - it means we can get out our fall and winter boots, warm sweaters and scarves! This season, boots are the centre of attention as our jeans, jeggings and leggings all make a narrow silhouette for our bottom half which means that all eyes are on our footwear! Boots are the best way to keep your tootsies all warm and toasty whether you live in a snowy climate or a rainy one! No matter what your style is, there is a bound to be a boot out there that has your name all over it. We found a lot of faux fur embellished boots, cute Dr. Martens with a floral pattern and of course the classic cowboy style, motorcycle boot, funky patterned rain boots and rugged combat boots that all the celebrities are wearing this season. Check out our gallery of the best fall and winter boots!


How to Wear Your Boots

Pair some combat or motorcycle boots with a floral dress and black leggings to toughen up your look or go snow bunny by pairing jeans and a cozy knit Fair Isle pattern sweater with some faux fur knee length boots. Just because the weather is colder doesn’t mean you have to put away your dresses and skirts - just pair them with some high boots and thick woolen tights or leggings. You can even get fleece-lined tights and extra thick cable-knit ones to keep your legs super toasty! Another winter weather trick is to layer your tights if you don’t have wool ones yet - it helps to keep the heat in! A great pair of boots will add a stylish edge to all your outfits - rock a plaid shirt, black leggings and lace up combat boots for a grunge look, pair a pair of Ugg-a-likes with skinny jeans for a casual and comfy winter look and tall suede boots with a knit dress and chunky scarf - anything goes with a great pair of boots!


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