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Choose It Right Celebrate this winter with elegant and classy boots

Updated: February 8, 2014 4:09 pm

As the temperature has started dropping, now is the time to beat the chill with warm and cosy boots. Good shoes especially the boots should be a must in a woman’s wardrobe as they are not only fashionable but warm and comfortable too. Women’s boots come in many different styles, but since there are so many options, it can be difficult to sort through them all.

Ankle boots

The ankle boots were originally intended to be worn under trousers but after the 80’s everyone began wearing them with everything except the classic trousers. When sporting them with skirts and skinny jeans it makes us look and feel a little punk and edgy. Ankle boots have become one of the most dynamic and hottest trends of today.

Thigh high boots

Thigh high boots are one of the most popular boot trends for 2013. Generally such boots are a great addition to one’s collection. Pairing up a mini dress with a pair of thigh high boots would make you look stylish and flattering at the same time. They will not only make the statement you need but also protect you from the extreme temperature.

Knee boots

The knee boots are one of the most versatile and flattering items any woman can have in her wardrobe. They have probably been one of the most popular types this season. They come in many designs to please everyone. This is exactly what every girl needs; it comes just below the knee and looks best when worn with skirts that hit just above the knee.

Flat boots

One of the best things about flat boots is that they can be sexy and comfortable at the same time. Flat boots have become a popular choice for fall and winter. Flat boots can be casual or dressy; they’re typically more wearable than heeled boots, and they look great with just anything. An ideal pair will keep your legs warm on chilly days.

By Dibyashree Satapathy

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