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12 best warmest boots to wear this winter

Yes, we are still at home, and no one knows what lies ahead. But one thing is clear: nobody canceled winter! Despite the observance of self-isolation, one way or another, we have to get out of our "bubble," at least, to buy food or some medicine. And in winter, with its wet, snowy, or slippery roads (Gosh, we hate it!), even the shortest path turns into an extreme obstacle course. To avoid falling over with overflowing bags and staying warm this winter, we suggest choosing the perfect pair of cold-weather boots!

Christian Dior  Bottega Veneta Stella McCartney
Photos: vogue.com

 

If in your area snow is the anomaly that you are used to seeing only in Christmas movies, then you may not need insulated boots. In this case, note chunky boots - the biggest boot trend of the fall-winter 20/21 season. Bottega Veneta Puddle boots, the must-have of all fashion influencers, are the win-win option for rainy streets that will not only protect you from the water but also add bright colors to your everyday look. For those who prefer more versatile models, there are many options in leather and nubuck - from boots with thick lug soles and platforms as in the Stella McCartney show to the Dior round toe lacing boots.

If you know well what sub-zero weather is and are familiar with all that it implies, you cannot do without snow boots. Fortunately, there are plenty to choose from as well! Hiking boots, mid-calf ankle boots, fur/shearling-lined boots, and many other models suitable for winter spotted all over the F/W 20 runways. Check out the selection of our favorite warm boots to be ready for the upcoming winter!

Proenza Schouler JW Anderson Ann Demeulemeester 
Chloé Moncler Rag & Bone
Jimmy Choo Common Projects Diemme
Kleman Blundstone Dr. Martens

 

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