You have several different types of coats, plenty of sweaters, and all-new scarves in your winter wardrobe – ready to help you tackle the cool climate of Australia.
But what about boots? Are you still planning to wear your old, torn-up UGG boots with no life left? Women tend to change their wardrobe every season, but they are still sceptical regarding boots. It’s a shame because boots are versatile and perfect for almost every occasion and outfit. While you could easily buy all types of boots (not good for your pocket), here’s narrowed down five that are definitely must-haves.
Ankle boots pride themselves as one of the most incredibly versatile styles of footwear and, as such, is an excellent pick for the fall and spring season when the weather is just starting to cool down. They cover the whole of your feet and cut just above or a little more above your ankle.
What’s great is that when it comes to design, ankle boots are not limited – from a sexy stiletto to a low chunky or pointed toe-heels, choices are countless. On top of that, this boot style is perfect for all leg shapes.
Besides, you can style the ankle boot any way you want, whether paired with a mini-dress, skin-tight jeans or knee-length pleated skirt.
UGG Boots are the new talk of the town – they are cosy footwear that keeps your feet warm even in the coldest winter months. Though born in a sunny California city, the unisex boots made of sheepskin and fleece are stylish and comfortable houses for your feet.
No warm welcome during their initial launch, but in today’s time, UGGs are accepted with arms wide open; from famous Hollywood celebrities to runway models, influencers, and common folks, everyone is flaunting their UGG pair.
Classy, Sexy, and Chick, the knee-length, high boot is an option that women desire but shy away from sporting. However, no need to do that!
The great thing about this boot style is that they look good on everyone and help you keep warm in the chilliest winter weather. On top of that, it also works well with just about everything from dresses to jeans – only make sure you don’t stuff jeans but try to fit them under the boots.
Made from various materials such as fabric, leather or suede, they end right above or below your knee.
Chelsea boots are women’s footwear designed by the famous shoemaker Joseph Sparkes Hall. However, they were not referred to as Chelsea when they were launched. It was only after they gained popularity in the Chelsea district in London they got this name.
These boots stretch to comfortably accommodate your ankle and foot, made of leather with contrasting sections on the sides. What’s more, falling on the modern and sophisticated side, you can wear them to a night out, a concert, or a BBQ party; they make for an excellent pair for all occasions.
5. Wellington Boots
The classic British boots were first made famous by the first Duke of Wellington and eventually ended up becoming an outdoor and hunting staple footwear for British aristocracy in the 19th century.
Fast forward 20 years later, Wellingtons have transformed from bulky rubber pieces to more sophisticated boots in different prints and shades.
Though, the sleek black version still tops the charts and is perfect for Australian downpours.
The Bottom Line
Like you can never own too much black, you can never own too many boots. However, buying all available varieties is humanly impossible unless and until you hit a literal jackpot.
Nevertheless, these five boots will make you winter-ready, offering comfort and style. Whether you plan to attend a local concert with girls, go about your daily work routine, or have a special date night, these boots are versatile, chic, and classy for every setting!
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