The coziest season of the year is fast approaching and for many, it is time to cocoon into comfortable oversized sweater, go on a Netflix marathon and drink some hot cocoa. What’s not to love? While all those are the top of list on what to do at home, let’s not forget the sartorial department. There are a few essential pieces that one should get ready with winter on its way. A cozy new coat, loungewear and of course, some boots. There is so much joy in putting on a pair of winter boots to the nearest cafe for brunch with the girls or out dancing.
So which boot trend is going to be huge this season? 2021 has more boot styles than usual like cowboy, combat, classic over the knee and platform boot styles. With Black Friday in just a few weeks away, there is no better time than now to get ready and start shopping for some new, glamorous footwear. Get ahead on the trends and treat yourself to one or two pairs of cozy boots to get you through winter and beyond.
Black Suede Boots
Add this baby to your wardrobe if you are looking for a good staple boot. This black suede pair from Lucky Brand will never go out of style.
Kitten Heel Boots
Kitten heels have been around a few seasons ago in the form of mules and slingback which are the perfect summer shoes. For winter, kitten heels are showcased on a variety of chic boots and booties.
Platform Combat Boots
The 70’s platform boots were the statement boots of last year’s Fall/Winter season. Now, they are back in force for another season. These boots feature tall heels that can lift you a few inches above the ground.
Over The Knee Boots
Warm and chic makes the perfect winter combination. This Madden Girl lug sole dress boots is stunning. Over the knee boots style can be dressed down with jeans and sweater for a casual daytime look or dress up with a mini dress or a skirt for dinner.
The western styles are back again and have been gaining popularity all season. If you have always felt daunting about trying this style, fall/winter is the best chance to try out the western style. Opt for a knee-high or ankle cowboy boot and keep your ensemble simple to showcase the shoe.