How To Wear Your Winter Boots For A Night Out

Think it's difficult to feel dressed up in snow boots? That sounds like a challenge to us, so we're tackling the seasonal footwear's alleged sartorial limitations lug soles first. If you can lose the mindset that a night out requires some sort of fancy heels or embellished d'orsay flats, you're on your way. Gravitating toward the practical end of your shoe wardrobe is a lot more logical — if only slightly trickier when it comes to the rest of your outfit.

Rather than resigning yourself to your everyday casual boots outfit, find creative ways to look your best. Better yet, let us do the thinking for you. Here, we've married all-weather boots with glittery dresses, graphic miniskirts, denim overalls, and more without a hitch. The resulting four outfits are reason enough to come out of hibernation this weekend.

More winter-outfit ideas:
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Don't muck around from bar to bar in suede or leather shoes. Hunter's shearling-lined snow boots are the perfect answer to wintry mixes: They're completely waterproof and plenty toasty.
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Mother Nature has nothing on this overalls-and-turtleneck combo. Though we admit loafers or oxfords would also be great here, a forward-looking snow boot certainly doesn't look out of place.
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Rugged, combat-style boots not only look cool and edgy, they've got treaded soles for better traction.
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The cutout column dress is fancy enough to wear to a wedding, but contrasting accessories — like a leather vest, combat boots, neon bag, and spiky studs — transport the look to Saturday night at your local watering hole.
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When the party vibes are calling, lace these up for a cushioned stride that'll get you around town sans arch pain. The lug outsole provides traction, so you can manage slick, icy streets, and the suede-like finish makes 'em a sleek, dance-floor-ready alternative to teetering heels. Advertisement
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Maybe a parka and a midi-skirt isn't the immediate pairing that comes to mind, but you can bring the two together seamlessly with a plaid flannel and a textured bag when the weather is not your friend. If it's seriously cold, wooly socks layered over your tights are a must (and also a fun way to add a little festive pattern peeking out of the boots).
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Saying something is waterproof isn't the same as saying its unfashionable, as far as La Canadienne is concerned. The label's wide selection of weather-proof leather boots is worth browsing.
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The more prints, the merrier. Pair your trusty black boots with a floral miniskirt, graphic sweatshirt, and spotted clutch for a visually-arresting outfit that isn't overdone.
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For additional height that won't kill your arches, employ a wedge bootie. This one's cozy, faux fur lining and rubber sole make it winter-ready.
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We're really into monochromatic outfits these days. We're loving an all-black, gray, or white outfit punctuated with the flashiest possible accessories. In this instance, it's House of Holland's camouflage-inspired, faux fur bag.
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