Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Women’s Boots for this Winter

Author: Sophie Wilson
As the winter season starts drawing in, all those ballet pumps and flip-flops are heading back into the wardrobe. In their place, women all over the country are getting their boots out. But, a year has passed and fashions change.
So, what’s making waves in the world of women’s boots? It’s a staple of every woman’s wardrobe and can be dressed up or down for a variety of occasions. We’ve put together the definitive list of the Top Women’s Boots for this Winter that give you a boot rack that will make you the envy of your friends:
1. Thigh highs

You might think that these are a slightly risky option. Not many women will be brave enough to try on thigh highs, let alone dive in and make the purchase! But, if you’re lucky enough to have that can-do attitude, get out there and pick up one of this season’s hottest trends. Over the knee boots may be a bit more expensive than most boots, but remember, you get more for your money.
2. Fold downs

You might have every type of boot off the catwalk, from the ankles to the thighs, but there’s another boot that’s turning heads on the high street this winter. Fold downs come in a range of styles and looks, and don’t even have to technically be fold downs. You can do it yourself if your boots can be folded to look like they have a collar. One rule for this winter’s fold downs, go for the highest heel possible as it makes all the difference.
3. Mukluk boots

If you watched the Ugg phenomenon as it passed you by, or maybe you bought every pair possible – either way it’s time to move on. The Mukluks are here! Similar in style to the Ugg boot, the authentic Mukluk boots are handmade with fur and suede to transform a standard boot into something visually spectacular.
4. High heel wellington boots

Every winter, most ladies will get out their trusty old wellies out of the shed at the first sign of rain. But why do wellies always have to lack style and elegance. Well not any more. High heel wellies bring a touch of class to waterproof footwear and make you look good while keeping you warm and dry. Functional and fashionable in one glamorous package.
5. Fur lined boots

With boots lined with fur, you can keep warm during the cold British winter. The biggest trend that’s expected this winter is the strapped or buckled knee-high boot with fur lining. You can opt for a wedge, high heel or flat sole, the heel not the winner here – it’s all about the fur. With their sleek appearance, fur-lined boots can also be dressed down or up to suit your mood and need.
Sophie Wilson is a fashion guru who is currently researching this season’s womens boots

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