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5 Boot Trends Tough Enough to Get You Through Winter Weather

5 Boot Trends Tough Enough to Get You Through Winter Weather

From a blizzard to the office, the boots to buy now.

Game of Thrones may have ended, but winter is still coming and it’s time to get your boot collection in order. Putting delicate kitten heels and strappy sandals behind us, this winter’s hottest (or coolest) shoe trends are actually durable enough to get you through the season—come blizzard, sleet, or shine. From combat boots to knee-high boots, these are the winter boot trends to start shopping now—before the real cold weather arrives.

1. Combat Boots

As spotted on the Fall 2019 runways and street style scene, combat boots are back in a big way. From knee-high lace-up designer iterations to classic Doc Martens, the ’90s-inspired boot comes in all shapes and styles this season. Whether worn with a contrasting feminine dress or blue jeans, the boot looks effortlessly cool and is sturdy enough to withstand wet or sloshy winter weather.

2. Shearling Accents

Ideal for adding both extra warmth and luxe detailing, boots with shearling accents make for this winter’s coziest boot trend. Whether you go for over-the-knee or ankle boot forms, you’ll be nice and warm no matter how low the temperatures drop.

3. Knee-High Leather Boots

Chic enough for the office and durable enough for the winter streets, knee-high leather boots will be your trusted shoe MVP this season. Go for a block heel version that’s both polished and sturdy.

4. Lug-Sole Chelsea Boots

Chelsea boots will never go out of style, but this season’s lug-sole trend makes the shoe more wearable for winter than ever before.

5. Snow Boots, But Make It Fashion

Every stylish woman dreads the days she has to put on her snow boots. But this season, designers are making the winter boot look cooler than ever before. From faux fur details to colorful laces and platform soles, you can finally feel FASHUN in your snow boots now.