Winter 2015 Boot Trends

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It’s officially boot season and that means finding some of the hottest styles to add something new to your fall/winter wardrobes.  Not everyone can always afford to buy new clothing with the change of each season, but picking a couple of pairs of shoes and boots to complement what you have in your closet is the next best thing.  Here are some of the best trends you’ll want to pick up on your next shopping trip.

An ankle boot is a must-buy this season.  Simply because it’s a classic and you’ll see how quickly it will become your staple item.  They’re so simple and chic, you’ll want to wear them as your go-to boot.  Anything from a wider block heel, to a stiletto or wedge.  Great paired with jeans and very sleek worn with tights and a skirt in the evening or during the day at the office.  You’ll find a wide selection available to suit your personal style.

Lace-up Boots have made a real comeback this season too. You’ll find everything from the army combat inspired style to a reinterpreted sexy Granny-bootie.  Meanwhile, over-the-knee boots continue to be on trend.  If you’re more traditional with your wardrobe, but want to embrace this trend pick a style with a wide block heel style like the Kickstarter by Asos.  The rounded toe and thicker heel plays down the sex-appeal of the over-the-knee look.  If turning heads is your style then go for a skinny heel, pointed toe, fitted to the leg. That gives a more dramatic, overtly sexy look that garners plenty of attention.

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Of course the classic knee boot is also one that you can wear for many years to come.  A simple style with minimal embellishment will serve you for several seasons and won’t go out of style.

Mid-Calf boots are also a great way to show off your legs or bring attention to your favourite skirt this season.  Make a statement with a contrast colour tight or legging.  For a more sophisticated look, wear tights the same colour as the boot to keep the lines long.

What will you be wearing this season?


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