Personal Shopping for the Best Winter Boot Styles

Well the cold weather has finally arrived so at long last I can talk about boots! There are loads of different boots available in the shops this season and there is still plenty choice as we have only just stopped wearing our flip flops!

So that you make the right investment think carefully about what you want your boots to do for you, where and when you’re going to wear them and what you plan to wear with them.

Winter Boot Trends to look out for include:

Laces – continuing the brogue shoe theme into ankle boots and knee high boots

Fringing and tassels – usually on casual, flat, suede and knee high boots.



Animal print – high heel ankle boots for a bit of fun poking out of your trousers or a real statement if used on a knee high boot!


Wedge Heels – supportive and fashionable in a variety of fabrics and lengths.

Fur – lots of fake fur trims on ankle, ¾ length and knee high boots for a casual look and to keep us warm during the promised cold winter.

Boot Shoes – these are elegant, high heeled shoes with a high vamp great worn with narrow and wide legged trousers but also designed to be worn with dresses and pencil skirts. However beware if you have short legs and/or large calves as this style with a skirt might not be the most flattering!

Because boots are generally an investment take your time when buying and really think and plan what styles will work best for you. The photos are taken mainly from the LK Bennett website if the prices are too steep for you look at the pictures for inspiration and then search for cheaper options.

If you have small / large feet or narrow / wide calves try these specialist brands. – for shoe sizes 1 – 3 – for shoe sizes 8 -12 – vegan shoes – shoe sizes 3 – 8 with a wider fit. – specialist boot makers offering 21 different calf widths and sizes 2 -10

Find Your Perfect Winter Boots