Style Theory: Sometimes you need a really practical but comfortable pair of boots, whether they are for a skiing holiday, weekends in the countryside, walking the dogs or just running the kids up to school and avoiding soggy feet. This year there are plenty to choose from and I am loving these Ikkii Boots for a fun twist on a sheepskin boot..
Boots - c/o Ikkii (available at Avenue 32 £245)
Jumper - Boden (soldout) similar here
Faux Fur Jacket - Topshop (old season) similar here
Leggings - Twist and Tango now £45
Bag - Say What You C £55
Ikkii boots are super comfy, utterly luxurious, made of suede and leather with your entire foot inside encased in soft sheepskin (always size up if you are a half size as they do come up a little small) They are like walking on puffs of air and would be perfect for a skiing holiday as they have rubber soles with grips, a cool apres ski look.
If you are after waterproof boots Sorel are fab, they are comfy, do not let a drop of water in and look pretty cool..here are the styles I have..
|Sorel Glacy Shortie Boot - £110|
These boots are incredibly comfortable and my most worn boots so far this winter. They make the schoolrun a breeze as I can take on mud, puddles and scooters into the back of my ankles with ease. They are great for weekend walks and are so warm, sometimes too warm (which is no bad thing in my book)
|Sorel - Cate The Great Wedge Boot - £170|
These Sorel 'Cate The Great' boots, they are waterproof but have a wedge heel to make them a little more glam. Great with leather leggings or dresses..
|Ilse Jacobsen Rain boots £80|
These Ilse Jacobsen boots look fab on, slightly DM-ish and pretty cool. They are made of super soft natural rubber and do not have a heel so they are light. They have a cotton/viscose mix inner so keep your feel warmer than unlined wellies but I would still wear with extra thick socks to keep your feet warm in the really cold weather.
Here are a few other snowboots that will keep your feet toasty and dry in this crazy wet weather..
Some years I get it wrong with footwear, last year I spent the winter in white trainers and soggy socks, this year I am ready for all types of weather..
Have you invested in snow boots this year, which ones have you gone for? As always I would love to hear your thoughts and comments..until next time Frances xxx