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Top 5 Winter Boot Styles

Here's a list of the top 5 boots for winter. We can't wait for cold weather so we can step out in cozy comfort and style with this great assortment of boots. From comfy and casual to rocker and haute fashion, we are so excited to show you our top picks. Check them out on Kidzworld!

#5 Steve Madden® Swaret

Steve Madden Western bootsRock-a-billy anyone?Courtesy of Zappos

If you're looking to kick it rock 'n roll style, these Aztec-inspired Western ankle booties are both rugged and refined. The spiky studs give you a rocker edge, but the 1" heel is so sensible, your mother is sure to approve. They go for about $170 USD and are available at SteveMadden.com and Zappos for free shipping.

#4 Naturalizer Trinity

Naturalizer Trinity StyleNaturalizer makes a high-heeled boot with an Ugg feelCourtesy of Zappos

Yum! These high top boots get top marks for snuggle factor, extra credit for the $99 price tag (at Zappos.com) and high fashion marks, too. They come in wide width, too, for anyone who finds regular width tall boots squeeze their calves or don't fit above the ankle. Deliciously comfy, some reviewers say they're like Uggs with a heel, though I say they have a much sleeker silhouette. Wear 'em with a skirt, over leggings or with skinny jeans.

#3 LC Lauren Conrad Fringed Mid-Calf Boots

LC: Lauren ConradFringes and suede are fun and in styleCourtesy of Amazon

Fringed suede boots are all over the fashion mags this season. We love these LC mid-calf boots because they are cute, cozy, easy to clean and the price is right. We've found them from $45-$99 at Kohl's (depending on sales and time of year), and they're one of the most popular sellers. The bottom has a rubber-like finish, so you get no-slip traction when you walk, and the footbed is lightly padded, which adds to their comfort appeal. Tuck in your skinny jeans, wear 'em with a suede jacket, and you'll be so stylin'!

#2 Hunter Huntress Boots with Cable Cuff Welly Sock

Hunter BootsWaterproof and back in style: Hunter BootsCourtesy of Zappos and Lyss

Stay warm and dry while looking cool this winter with one of the oldest kids on the block -- Hunter boots have been around since 1856, but recently, they style skyrocketed to popularity and we know why. From the waterproof latex construction to the cushioned footbed, these boots are sturdy, comfortable and waterproof. We highly recommend adding the Cable Cuff Welly Sock, which are cozy, fleece, boot-shaped socks that cuff over the top of your Hunter boot to add a layer of warmth and protect you from the chafing edge of a rubberized boot. Pick up the boots at Lyss for $135. The socks sell for $35-45 a pair on Zappos.com.

#1 Ugg Australia

Lattice Cardy and Bailey Button UggsUggs with flair: Lattice Cardy (left) and Bailey Button (right)Courtesy of Zappos

Top hugs go to Uggs! These super comfy boots from Down Under can be seen all winter, no matter what the weather. This style writer has spied girls sporting Uggs this year from coast to coast, as apres ski wear in the Berkshires in upstate New York and worn with denim mini skirts in Malibu beach cafes. Thank goodness Ugg Australia has added lots of new styles, so you don't have to look like you have teddy-bear-shaped feet unless you want to. We like the one-button and three-button styles this season, though they're all incredibly comfortable.

Have Your Say

Which of these styles do you crave? Do you Luv your Uggs or are you a Hunter Boot kind of gal? Are Western boots more your style? Let us know in your comments below!

 

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