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5 Super-Warm Boots — & How To Wear ‘Em

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    Along with sleeves that bunch up inside of our jackets and scarves that give us perpetual staticky hair, one of our biggest winter dressing gripes is a case of cold feet. Freezing extremities are not only risky, they’re an uncomfortable nuisance that could easily put the kibosh on any outdoor activities. However, the five seasonal looks we’ve planned have got that issue covered — quite cozily, in fact.

    Some are laced-up and some are lug-soled, but most importantly, all are lined. The Frye boots ahead polish off a number of chilly weather outfits without sacrificing your warmth. And since you care about looking good, we’ve broken down a variety of options, from over-the-knee styles to chunky heels and beyond. Click through for the outfits that'll keep you — and your toes — toasty.


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    If skinny jeans are your staple, simply warm them up with a mid-calf lined boot with badass buckles down the shaft. Top with a sleek leather jacket; a thick, colorblocked turtleneck; and a complementary carryall for a perfect daytime ensemble.

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    An over-the-knee boot serves as a means to keep flouncy, floral dresses in rotation when it’s freezing. But a better solution is to select a leg-warming, shearling-lined pair that practically serves as a secret layer of thermal pants. This cognac option does the trick.

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    Wear your cropped culottes without catching a draft by choosing a fur-lined, above-the-ankle style. Not only will you be covered below the high-water hem, the sleek pointed toe is a shape that perfectly contrasts super wide-leg trousers.

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    Pair your midi-length skirt with tall riding boots for a look that maintains a feminine shape (without resorting to an uncomfortable shoe). Keep the unexpected add-ons coming with a sweatshirt and statement-collar coat combination, plus a handbag that's got some flash.

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    A printed jogger pant and sweatshirt is a pretty chill, laid-back combination. However the cropped moto boot lends a cool (and warm, thanks to its lining) edge. The peek of a white polo collar and a bouclé wool topper provide some sophistication. Consider it an excellent balancing act.

    Vero Moda pants.