How to… Find footwear for the big freeze

As the UK is hit by snow and we all begin to dream of a White Christmas, I got to thinking about the constant effort to find suitable clothing and footwear at this time of year.

Of course, we all know to layer up and to don a hat and scarf and gloves but when it comes to footwear, what do you choose to trudge through the snow and ice on a cold winter’s day? Certainly not a pair of ballet pumps or high heels!!

For years wellington boots seemed like the most appropriate choice of footwear – of course they remain a good option and you can see my picks here – but they don’t have to be the only option:

From left: EMU STRINGER MINI boots; UGG BAILEY BUTTON boots; and DR MARTENS UNION JACK boots

When I went to New York a couple of years ago in January, I picked up a pair of EMU boots to keep my feet warm and dry:

They are, of course, rather similar to the UGG boots made famous by a multitude of celebrities:

Finally – and maybe not such an obvious choice – Dr Martens. See here for my decade-long love of these iconic boots.

Which boots will be keeping your feet warm and dry this winter?

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3 Responses to How to… Find footwear for the big freeze

  1. DMs for me, every winter for 20 yrs! Have a gorgeous pair of red calf length zip ups this year!

  2. Franca says:

    I just bought some merrells. they haven't arrived yet, but I will show them off as soon as they do.

  3. I live in Chicago and Uggs are a staple in any girl's wardrobe! I have to admit, I don't always think they're that cute or stylish but boy do they keep your feet warm!

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