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  • Top Tips

    • Classic neutrals are easier to pair with a variety of winter pieces. Think tan, brown and black. 
    • Style must be fit for purpose. Look for robust soles with good grip, water-resistant materials and insulating linings. 
    • Criss-cross laces not only make for a practical fastening, they’re a chic detail, too. 

    Snow Boots

    Chelsea, stomping, riding and stack-heeled boots all hold a dear place in our hearts (and wardrobes), but in the depths of winter there is only one style that truly cuts it: the snow boot. Thick-soled lace-ups with cosy linings are perfect for riding out slippy pavements and freezing temperatures. However, practicality doesn’t mean a sacrifice of aesthetics; chic shapes and colourways mean a pair of snow boots will also lend a stylish outdoorsy touch to your seasonal pieces. 



    Edited by Florence Words by Frankie

    Top Tips

    • Ankle-length styles can be easily teamed with both trousers and dresses in every length. 
    • Don’t reserve snow boots for the weekend. A luxe pair will work with a smarter look – just keep other accessories slick. 
    • Snow boots are a great way to add texture to an outfit. Reach for styles with shearling or padding, or with contrasting coloured laces. 



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