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A Boot For All Seasons


You can’t go wrong with a pair of boots during colder seasons or simply when the weather has taken a turn for the worst. But with so many different types of boots out there, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Many of us stick to the same styles over the years and don’t leave our comfort zones very often. If you’ve been thinking about investing in a new pair of boots or switching up your style, then this list of boot styles could be just what you need. The blog will take you through some popular looks and give you some tips on how you can wear different boots throughout the year.

Chunky Lace Up Boots

Give any outfit a bit of edge with these stylish chunky lace up boots. Perfect for pairing with a tartan skirt or leather-look jeans, they really help you to embody your inner sense of rock and roll. If lace-up fastenings sound like a lot of effort, don’t worry, lots of lace-up boots come with a hidden zip to the side, allowing you to slip them on and off more easily. Choose between lacing the boots all the way to the top or leaving them half undone for a more casual vibe. If you want to stand out, even more, swap your laces for a different colour like red or bright yellow.

Classic Chelsea Boots

The classic Chelsea style boot needs to be in every wardrobe. Incredibly versatile and effortless to pair with all your clothes, this neat little ankle boot is unlikely to ever go out of style. Dating back to the Victorian era, Chelsea boots add a sense of timelessness to your ensemble and can even be worn in work settings. Choose black for a more formal, smart appearance or brown for casual outfits and jeans.

Knee-High Heeled Boots

One of the best ways to elongate your legs, knee-high boots with a pointed toe and stiletto heel are a great way of giving yourself an instant confidence boost. Whether you’re wearing a mini skirt with tights or tight trousers, knee-high boots will help you to look and feel empowered. Choose suede finishes if you want to wear your boots during the day when running errands or pick a striking black, patent leather look for nights out.

Wellington Boots

Wellies have a bad reputation for being unstylish, but just because they’re practical doesn’t mean they can’t be worn as a fashion statement too. In recent years, companies have been thinking more and more about the way they design wellies, meaning many modern styles look nothing like the bright pink rubber boots of your childhood. Some designer brands are well-known for their sleek, instantly recognisable silhouettes, but you can also buy see-through wellies for novelty occasions and festivals throughout the summer.

Once you’ve bought one pair of boots, it’s hard to stop yourself from treating yourself to even more styles. Boots tick all the boxes in terms of practicality, functionality and style and with the UK’s unpredictable weather it’s no wonder they have become a wardrobe staple. Happy boot shopping!

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