We found all of these on Zalando, an online shopping site that's new to us, and features pretty much anything you could want in the way of clothing and shoes. (And a one-stop-shop to outfit you through everything makes life that much simpler.) Here we go, ladies!
These Uggs might be our favourite new boots of the year. The soles remind us of Sorels, which can only mean one thing: they'll take you through the snow without a problem, and you'll be super cosy, since they're made by Ugg. (You'll also be a but luxe in your fluff, something we also like.)
A frozen snow bank? No problem! These might not be the warmest boots on the list (see above), but they are waterproof and made for walking. If you're going for maximum silhouette, these will be some of the best looking.
OK, we're not actually sure how these will perform in snow. But we've kind of had it with the ubiquitous Uggs (even though we wear them and love them, although not in snow, since they have limited tred), and think this makes for a great alternative. Diamond-in-the-rough-like. (Or is that just what they look like?)
Do you think this Ibiza shoemaker learned about snow at a nightclub event? And if the name suggest anything, it's that this is the only winter boot they make. We'll take a gamble, though, since we like the side tassel and the zipper in back. And a little shimmer, err, to boot.
As is always the case, there are fewer options market for men. But we'd be gladly walk down the street on the arm of a man wearing any of these.
Once we got over how unattractive Uggs were and we put them on, we realised people loved sheepskin lining for a good reason. These have it, but you could unfold the top so it's hidden. So no one needs to know just how soft you are inside, tough guy.
Sorel exists to make winter boots. They've got less expensive models, but this is the one you want to wear walking into your office building.
No list like this would be complete without a pair of Timberland's. And you might think those yellow ones you have will cut it. But they won't. You need warmer ones. And these have an impressive sounding name that makes them sound extra warm.
Sure, you're only getting on the Tube to go to work. But you could hike up the top of a snow-covered mountain in these, you know, if you felt like it. But just in case you don't, buy them in black.
Sure to its name, this boot has a little duck boot in it. Which, for our purposes here, spells familiar preppy comfort for understated guys who really don't want wet socks.
So take it from our father-in-law. The right gear will make winter a breeze.
Now, how's your coat looking?