The Boot Trends That Are Going to Be Big in 2022, According to Zara

You'd be hard-pressed to find someone (fashion fanatic or otherwise) who doesn't have an item of clothing from Zara in their wardrobe, from royals to celebrities, influencers to editors. The Spanish retailer has developed a reputation for itself over the years for creating affordable, trend-led pieces and contemporary basics that can act as the cornerstone of any closet. 

Though, Zara's mass-market appeal doesn't end at clothing. The brand's footwear is equally as coveted, and this winter, in particular, we've spotted quite a number of expensive-looking boots among its collection, many of which, we predict, will sell out in no time. (Sadly, these styles don't often hang around for long.)

Best Zara Winter Boots: Knee High Flat Boots

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Once again this season, the brand has aced the concept of timeless classics while also creating pairs that are bound to elevate any outfit going. And we're not just talking about chunky soles. Although, these are key once again this year. Among the trends we've spotted are the return of Western styles, and this sees the revival of suede, tassels, sculptured heels and embroidery all featured on tall boots. Prefer ankle boots? Zara's new-in section is all about high-heeled boots with pointy toes, and they remind us of pairs we've most likely all worn over the years with jeans and a nice top. 

However, the brand has also got something for those of us who are feeling a little more adventurous. We may be downplaying this slightly, as Zara is backing some of the most statement boots we've seen on the high street, from pink croc knee-highs (they also comes in lime and powder blue) to zebra-, leopard- and tiger-print pairs and platforms that'll transport us all to the '70s. 

No matter your preference, keep scrolling to shop the four boot trends Zara is championing this winter that will undoubtedly continue well into spring/summer.

1. Heeled Ankle Boots

2. Tall Western

3. Chunky Sole

4. Fun Boots

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