Warm and oh-so-chic!
Street style photo during Milan Fashion Week - MFWSS20
When winter hits as hard and heavy as it usually does in Vienna, there is no way around snow boots anymore. High-heeled ankle booties just don’t make it when the streets are wet and muddy. The problem is not only the lack of water resistance but also the sole: sleek soles and block heels are very prone to slip. Luckily, this winter we won’t have to slide wobbly through the city, freezing our toes off for the sake of fashion.
Caroline Daur and Aleali May during Paris Fashion Week. Photos by Creative Lab
2020 winter boots
This year’s number one trend for winter booties unites all the feet’s demands. We think a trend has never been that convenient, and we couldn't be happier about it.
No choosing between chic and practical. No more cold toes, wet feet or ugly, bulky snowshoes. As we told you in the article "Why trekking boots are the shoes you need now"; mountain boots have become fashionable. Designers took inspiration from the ordinary hiking boots and gave them their personal touch. Acne Studio started with all this hype. At Prada, Stella McCartney and Miu Miu, to name a few, the shoes have a speckled grip sole. Whether trekking boots or snow boots, ankle or mid-calf high, with shearling lining or outside embellishment, what all models have in common is the chunky sole, a soft lining and a resistant upper.
When wear snow boots?
The most fashionable girls on Instagram and in the streets during fashion week, have already adopted the snow boot trend to add nowness and an edge to their winter outfits, so what are you waiting? Follow the lead of Chiara Totire, Estelle Chemouny and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. And don't worry if it's not snowing, the bulky boots look so good you should wear them anyway! Check here the top snow boots ON SALE and get yours before the real cold hits 2020!
Keep warm and stylish!
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