Ahh, boot season. What a joy. After months of booking repeat appointments for pedicures, it comes as something of a relief to be able to hide our feet away for winter. (At least that's the case until it gets really cold and we find ourselves pining after 35-degree tube journeys.)
For the time being, winter is proving quite the novelty. We've assembled our new-season capsule wardrobes and have bookmarked the knitwear we're keen to accumulate between now and March. But there's one wintery item you can start adding to your daily outfit roster right now: boots.
For the dreary days this time of year can bring, it pays to have some suitably stylish boots on hand. Worn with dresses and skirts sans tights, a well-chosen pair will help extend the lifespan of your cold-weather apparel. So which boots should you be spending your money on? We're glad you asked.
From the printed boots guaranteed to elevate your off-duty wares to styles inspired by different eras, we've gathered all the boot trends 2019 has to offer in one place to save you ample scrolling time. Happy shopping!
Reminiscent of the '90s grunge era, combat boots are set to be one of the biggest trends of A/W 19. Use them to add an edge to pretty floral dresses or to contrast ecru jeans.
We've seen a slew of '70s trends make a comeback over the last few months, with platform boots serving as fashion's latest foray into the past. Look for tan or burgundy tones to achieve an authentic retro vibe.
Cowboy boots have proven popular for the last few seasons, but this year we're not so interested in suede iterations. Instead, we're migrating towards sleeker leather styles with minimal exposed stitching and panels.
Want to know how fashion girls make their outfits look instantly cooler? Just add white boots—it really is as simple as that. Be it ankle- or knee-high iterations, use them to offset bright midis or to breathe new life into your favourite denim.
This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated.
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Next up, read up on the other autumn/winter trends you should be adding to your wardrobe in 2019.