Winter Boots

So it officially snowed in Toronto last week, and the weather has been in the negatives meaning it is truly officially WINTER.

With that, I have retired all runners/flats/and any other shoes that are ruined in the snow. So the question becomes what am I putting on my feet?

Well…don’t fear I have an answer for all you fashionista’s dealing with snow/wet/cold weather.

UGG Adirondack Boot II-Leather

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This is now my second pair of the UGG winter boot (my first lasted me 4 years). They are so warm and comfy, my toes never get cold and they keep the water out. I wear them running errands, with casual outfits (maybe to school if it is seriously freezing). They are also not bulky, and it doesn’t feel like you are lugging bricks on your feet. I don’t know how I would survive the winter without them.

Rudsak Beaufort

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These boots are honestly a god send. They have shearling fur around the ankle, which you can wear up or down. They also have a thermal insole to insure your feet stay warm. For dressing up in the winter these are the perfect boot-especially with two different ways to wear them!

Timberland Waterproof Boots

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Timbs have always been my go-to during university-when I did not want to wear heels, and could trek to a bar in boots. Now they are the perfect boots to wear when there is not too much snow on the ground and I am running out for brunch.

Hopefully this helped you out if you are in need of a pair of winter boots!

Let me know what you wear in the comments below.



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