Chelsea boots for winters

6 Boot Styles For This Winter

Like rest of the body, your feet also need warm and cosy things for winters, and boots is the right thing to wear for the season. Here we give you 6 different boot style which you should have to enjoy warm and stylish winters….

Thigh high boots-They are one of the most sexiest pair of footwear for winters. You can wear them with skin fit denims and even with short skirts and dresses. A sweater dress can be easily paired with thigh high boots to beat the cold. You can choose one with the heels or one without them as per your comfort.

Thigh high boots for winters
Thigh high boots for winters

Chelsea Boots– These ankle length boots with side elastic detail makes this one of the most bankable stuff for winters. These flat boots have a very nice shape and go perfectly with all your winter stuff. Though they are not so feminine but are definitely high on style and you must have a pair of them.

Chelsea boots for winters
Chelsea boots for winters

Uggs boots– In winters there is nothing like owning a pair of boots from Uggs. They so warm that your feet would not want to leave them.Their felt lining makes your feet warm and cosy all day long.

Uggs Boots for winters
Uggs Boots for winters

Wedge boots– The most comfortable of all the heel styles is a wedge heel. If you wish to wear heels but don’t feel comfortable wearing them then this is the best option for you.

Wedge boots for winters
Wedge boots for winters

Stiletto heels-These are for the times when you have to go out for a party or for a dinner, these pair of boots with stiletto heels will never fail to impress on such an occasion. You can pick them up in bright contrast colors to make a mark, they also come in various length like the ankle length or the knee length, pick one which suits you.

Pencil heel boots for winters
Pencil heel boots for winters

Peep toe boots-These stylish boots have a slight cut at the front which makes it an interesting detail to try.

Peep toe boots for winters
Peep toe boots for winters

 

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