Winter Warm :: The Best Winter Boots

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Black & White Poncho (similar), White Jeans (similar), Black Winter Boots (also love these)
Chanel Bag c/o Trendlee (similar), Crystal Hoop Earrings, Leather Gloves

I take winter weather very seriously, especially when temperatures dip below freezing! My Mom taught me when your feet and hands are cold, you will be cold. Before my first winter in Nebraska, I did plenty of research on cold weather gear. I believe I read hundreds of reviews on at least 20 pairs of boots. However, these boots are the best winter boots and I am so happy with them. Through bone-chilling temperatures, scraping ice off your car, trekking through snow, these boots will keep you warm. For true winter snow boots, these have a relatively sleek silhouette. While they look stylish, the 100 grams per square meter of insulation and fleece lining will keep your feet warm and happy. Trust me, through hills and more than waist-high (on petite me, anyway) piles of snow, these are the best winter boots. Not to mention, the rubber soles provide traction.

Another aspect I love about these boots is the height. As you may have heard me say on Instagram, I do not like being cold. Having boots go up to your calf will definitely keep you warm. These are very comfortable to walk in and aren’t too bulky. I usually reserve these for below freezing temperatures and very snowy or icy days. These boots are also very highly recommended. The faux fur on these are a little more high-profile, so they are more fun. Plus, they come in five different colors! Another great option is this wedge heel pair. I love the silhouette and they have great reviews! Plus, it looks like they hold up very well in ice and snow, surprisingly!

Finally, it’s important to remember when wearing winter shoes, to layer up. Only one layer of socks or tights will cause your feet to sweat, which will make you colder. I love to wear wool tights with these cabin socks.