It’s always a battle of of ankle versus knee versus thigh when it comes to boots during chilly winters. We’ve selected some of our favourite styles from this season’s collections to solve your boot buying dilemmas.
You can’t go wrong with a stylish pair of ankle boots with their comfort and versatility. Ankle boots allow more outrageousness than knee or thigh boots so try for colours and patterns that add some surprise to your outfit. Whether they be flats, stilettos or chunky heels, having a great pair of go-to ankle boots is essential for winter.
(1) Nubuck Bionic Black at Freelance Shoes ($189.95); (2) Bradley at Betts ($109.95); (3) Tony Bianco Danya Tan Boot at Myer ($189.95); (4) Fevvers at Windsor Smith ($119.95); (5) Icy Black at Freelance ($59.95); (6) Wayne by Wayne Cooper Kyle Gunmetal Boot at Myer ($199.95).
Knee boots add comfort, warmth and style to an outfit, whether it be for work or weekend wear.
(1) Ballin Mellie Boot at Myer ($549.00); (2) Impression at Betts ($119.95); (3) Mica at Freelance ($179.95); (4) Sandler Judge Boots at Myer ($229.95); (5) Shooter at Betts ($119.95); (6) Road Taupe Suede at Freelance ($119.95).
Are you brave enough to rock a thigh high boot? Of course you are! Try a pair with grey skinny jeans or a dress to add that wow factor to your outfit.
(1) Cala at Windsor Smith ($349.95); (2) Spurr Hetty OTK Boots at The Iconic ($59.95). (3) Siren Revolution at The Iconic ($259.95); (4) Tino Black Suede at Freelance ($199.95); (5) Tony Bianco Tobi at The Iconic ($244.96); (6) Verali Livid at The Iconic ($99.95).
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