Winter is here, and some of us are woefully unprepared. Take Portlanders, for example — it snowed on Christmas here, and for a city that rarely sees snow, most of us were seriously taken aback. My Instagram stories were peppered with friends showcasing the bruises and scrapes they’d gotten from falling on ice, because though Portland is riddled with small shops selling everything from crystals to herb blends to an eclectic assortment of local curios, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a decent selection of winter boots here.
Climate change is a thing, people, and it’s bringing with it some unpredictable weather — weird snow included. Time to prepare, so, when you wake up to a wet winter wonderland outside your door, you can stand your ground (literally) and show that snow who’s boss.
You can’t have winter without some sort of fur piece, right? These boots are lined with fur and durable enough to stand the coldest, toughest winter. You’ll be grabbing for these every day you decide to leave the house! Cute, comfy, and fashionable? Yes, please.
Tall boots are the best kind of boots in our opinion. You can style these with jeans, a dress, or a skirt and tights. They’re so versatile and you can even wear them through winter into spring. You can always add a knee high sock under for extra warmth, too!
Ankle & Mid-Calf Boots:
These mid-height boots are easy to slip on and off while keeping your feet protected this winter. From the frigid temperatures of winter to the rains of spring, you’ll get so much use out of these!
Moon Style Boots:
Okay hear us out, this trend is going to be a big one this winter. I know what you’re thinking, but the more you look at them, the more they grow on you — we’re kind of obsessed with this nostalgic trend. These shoes will do more than keep your toes warm this winter, they’ll make heads turn and make your outfit unique.
Are you looking for a new pair of winter boots? What do you think of the moon bootie style? Tell us about it in the comments below!
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