Winter is coming quicker than we know, but when it comes to shoes and clothes, it’s best to be prepared.
1 of my favourite heels for this winter would be,
ALASKA Fur Biker Ankle Boots from Miss Selfridge £45, They are very comfy and you can have them with the fur out or even just as a straight boot. I just love the different styles you can create out of these boots, they’re so comfortable and they also keep my feet warm.
Another favourite of mine, Knee high tie back boots in black from Miss Guided, £45. With knee high boots, although for me it’s a struggle as it takes me ages to find a boot that fits all the way up over my knees, but with these because of the tie back it’s adjustable. They are very comfy heeled boots and the colour black goes with any outfit really.
Lace up pointed calf boots, Missguided £40. Are very new out, and alot of people are starting to buy them in a variety of shades. However, i do love the style of them i think it’s very different to your original lace up heels you can find literally anywhere now. They’re calf boots, so they also keep my feet lovely and warm. They are also stylish to wear on a night out or just with a pair of jeans.
Leslie Ankle boots in Black, Public Desire £32.99. These boots have a very thick heel so when it does come to winter, you’ll have the advantage of having warm feet and also more stability when walking because of the thick heel. Which is great when it gets icy and when it snows, it’s probably best not to go out when it’s snowing anyways or when it’s icy, but these are the shoes you’re better off wearing if you did.
Finally, Cream panel heeled ankle boots, New Look £24.99. These are ankle boots which can be worn with jeans and look good on a night out, I think with these shoes you do get more of a variety of things you can wear these with. Also, they aren’t open toe heels, personally i think it’s best to avoid them until atleast spring, because although they can be comfy, you’re feet are only going to get cold.
So, these are my personal 5 favourite heels this winter. All mainly different types of boots, however I do prefer heeled boots for the winter.
Written By Gabrielle Robson