7 Boot Trends That Will See You Through the Next Few Months

The clocks have gone back, making it officially boot season. That said, there’s no better time to sock up and “boot up” in this season’s newest styles. To help you decide on which pair (or pairs) you’ll be wearing all winter, we’ve rounded up the boot trends that are really worth investing in this year.

We’ve seen the return of many classics, but most of them have been given a 2018 update—such as knee highs with a super slouchy twist. Similarly, hiking boots are back again from practical brands such as Sorel to those unlikely names like Miu Miu and Ganni. Wellington boots have also undergone an extremely fashionable makeover. Before we give too much away, let’s scroll through for the full low-down. Whether you’re after a pair of actual riding boots or some holiday party boots, we’ve got the very best for all budgets.

It was this exact pair that first sparked this trend. 
ASOS have really nailed the trend with this color. 
These feel very Victorian and would look great with a midi skirt or dress.
The key to finding a great pair of hiking boots is to look ones for a cozy lining. So warm!
The super-deep treads on these feel really modern. 
Phillip Lim often designs chic hiking boots every season, and this is its latest.
These are two-tone dream boots, and we’re dying to finish the ’80s look off with a great ruched minidress.
These scream ’80s with their embellished heels.
Green satin and a gold stiletto. What more could a girl dream of? 
Finally, a minimalist’s answer to cowboy boots.
These Fendi Western boots are fierce.
The two-toned Ganni Western boot is ranking very high on our shopping list.
It’s essential to get an everyday combat boot that will go with absolutely everything. Well, these are them.
ASOS have knocked a few others out of our edit with these. They look way more expensive than they actually are.
Okay, these chunky pony-hair boots have just stolen our hearts.
Thanks to Prada, wellies are now chic. 
Welcome to Off-White’s answer to actual riding boots.
This chic version of Wellington boots are not quite for the muddiest of weathers.
These blush Gianvitos come in every color imaginable. They can be worn scrunched up or down.
Zara has made yet another chic Western style.

Next up, read more on how we’re wearing cowboy boots this season. 

This post originally appeared on Who What Wear UK.

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