Bust out your bed socks and flannelette pyjamas; it’s starting to feel a lot like winter. Better late than never, right?
While we know it’s equally important to keep your tootsies snug and stylish at all times of the year, we think winter shoes are so much fun.
Once you’ve mastered the boots situation (sooo many styles, soooo little actually boot-worthy days #Brisbanewinter), here are some other great winter shoes that will keep your toes warm and add the finishing touches to your outfit. You may even be able to wear some of these styles into the warmer months…
1. White sneakers
This trend is nowhere near new, but it’s here to stay and we couldn’t be happier about it. Other than the satisfying feeling that comes with keeping your shoes looking spick and span, the greatest thing about white sneakers is that they go with EVERYTHING. Wear them with a girlie outfit for instant street cred or throw them on with jeans and knits for everyday chic casual.
2. Pointed heels
Boots + heels = the perfect combo when you need a little extra height and a little extra warmth. But you can still make a pointed heel work for you in winter! These babies will do the trick and add a feminine yet edgy feel to any outfit.
Guess who’s back, back again? Loafers are back, tell your friends. Thank you, Gucci, for bringing this sensible style back to life! Comfort and style in one? Your feet will be thanking you.
Stella McCartney’s platform oxfords are probably one of the most conveted shoe styles of the moment (a close second to the Gucci’s loafers if you ask me). Like white sneakers, these look great paired with pretty much any outfit you can think of.
This classic style has been given a refreshing twist this season. While the lace-ups will probably never go out of style, add a pair with a difference to your collection. Have fun with laceless styles, metallic finishes and different textures.
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