12 Pairs Of Women’s Winter Boots We Can’t Get Enough Of – Women’s Fashion
Entering winter means creating a shoe closet with all the essential pairs of boots to look stylish and feel comfortable in. While winter boot trends come and go, there are certain fresh appearances and classic looks women will stay obsessed with! From the color to the specific brand, there is no escaping convenient and elegant go-to styles that keep us warm and fashionable at the same time. It’s safe to say that there are just some winter boots that will remain or begin the addiction of our favorite cozy pairs of shoes. Here are 12 pairs of women’s winter boots we can’t get enough of!
1. A Pair of UGG Boots
UGG Women’s Classic Short II Boot in Black
Women’s winter boots wouldn’t be complete without your favorite pair of UGG boots. The obsession with UGGs is due to the comfortability and style it guarantees. These newest pair of UGGs was raved by New York magazine’s The Strategist, as the modernized classic winter boots were regarded as the “best sheepskin-lined winter boot” in the 2020 article. UGG boots will always be a look we’ll love and go back to.
2. White Boots
Lugz Empire Hi Faux-Fur Women’s Water-Resistant Ankle Boots in White
White boots are a current craze and a fresh pair of winter shoes that every woman needs! On the right winter day, they can look absolutely amazing with an outfit and super clean as well as chic. These water-resistant Lugz brand white boots have a great fluffy interior for the season with its infamous lug soles. Owning one pair of white boots is a must!
3. Knee High/Over-The-Knee Boots
Sam Edelman Women’s Hai Knee Boot in Camel Suede
There is just something sexy about knee-high or over-the-knee boots that perfectly juxtaposes the undesirable winter days ahead of us. Autumn/Winter fashion shows over the years–and especially this year–a plethora of knee-high boots on their runways. These Sam Edelman’s are not only beautiful but extremely comfortable and of great quality. Switch up your style and aim high this winter!
4. Patent Leather Boots
Nasty Gal My Point of View Patent Heeled Boots in Black
Patent leather shoes started trending a few years back and we haven’t gotten enough of them since. Whether it’s thigh-high, booties, or even stiletto-heeled, patent leather boots are now worn every season by women all over the world. Nasty Gal is known to make flashy and over-the-top shoes, so it comes as no surprise that they have perfected a great pair of patent leather boots.
5. Rain Boots
Amanda Plush Waterproof Rain Boot in Lilac
There are areas of the globe that experience more rainy days in the winter, which is why having a cute pair of rain boots is important for women’s winter boots collection. Rain boots are typically cute and fun to shop for, making them a pair of shoes that people tend to be obsessed with. Having an integration of a winter boot and a rain boot–like these Amanda Plush rain boots–keep your feet warm and waterproof at the same time.
6. Duck Boots
The Original L.L.Bean Boot in Tan/Brown
Despite duck boots appearing ugly to some, they are a pair of shoes that men and women alike can’t seem to go without. The infamous and original L.L. Bean duck boots are either sold out or always on rotation for people during the winter. These popular boots are made for hunting but, for years, the shoes have been tied to “the preppy” look and high-end fashion, with a rich history of being tough and endeared by many.
7. Chunky Boots
Bershka Stretch Platform Ankle Boots with Track Soles in Black
Women’s winter boots are all about the soles, so why not show them off? Chunky footwear has taken the world by storm and is not going anywhere anytime soon. Thanks to brands like Prada and Bottega Veneta, less expensive, fast fashion labels have been recreating the Black chunky boot trend that went viral on social media. These Bershka platform chunky boots are the perfect on-trend shoes to fashion on a mild winter day.
8. Fashion Hiker Boots
Sam Edelman Tenlee Hiker Boot in Bistro
Winter hiker boots are long-lasting shoes you can truly rely on during the winter months, in which wearing them in style is a must! Sam Edelman is known for creating luxurious looking shoes at reasonable prices; these hiker boots are not only chic but are also secure.
9. Chelsea Boots
Dr. Martens Lenore Sherpa Chelsea Boots in Black
Having staple women’s winter boots is needed in every woman’s wardrobe. Chelsea boots are a great staple, considering the close-fitting ankle footwear is known to be a versatile and gender-neutral choice of shoe that simultaneously exudes elegance and simplicity. Doc Martens has a great pair of Chelsea winter boots with a faux fur interior and an incredible leather exterior.
10. Chain Accented Boots
Zara Chain Trim Low Heel Leather Ankle Boots in White
Shoes with chains are all the rage at the moment and chain accented boots are the new fad this winter. The look incorporates the accessories of anklets and jewelry with footwear. The adoration for chain accented boots really stems from the desire to spice up the decade’s shoe aesthetics and infusing different areas of fashion together. Zara is always on point when it comes to the latest trends and these white chain accented ankle boots are everything!
11. V-Cut Ankle Boots/V Side Booties
Bibestie Leather Bootie in Brown/Beige Snake Print
Shoe visionary Vince Camuto truly blessed women’s winter boots as well as fall footwear with the popularization of v-cut ankle boots/v side booties. This style of boot is almost an edgy reiteration of a cowboy boot that fits anyone’s fashion sense. These snake print Bibestie leather v-cut ankle boots are fantastic, adding more edginess to the already distinct boot.
12. 70s Style Platform Boots
The 90s-inspired platform shoe years might be going out the window, but 70s style platform boots are now having a moment in the fall and winter scene. The retail company Free People is known for its colorful and playful feminine apparel, as well as inclusive clothing. Their Preston Platform Ankle Boots in tan are a nostalgic 70s platform look that, if done right, can be worn this winter season.