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So the snow is crazy right about now and forecast to get even worse.  Some of us are rejoicing and generally regressing to 5 years old whilst others are cursing…but, regardless of your feelings, here’s some winter footwear suggestions:

  1. Wellies
  2. Wellies or wellington boots to use the correct term are practical and ideal for keeping your feet wet free. They are also relatively cheap compared to higher end fancy winter shoes. One of the best investments you will make as you can wear them in rain, snow or at festivals. Add warm socks though as they generally do not have a warm inside lining.

  3. Riding Boots
  4. Riding boots are all weather boots and super sexy when worn right.  Also good for vintage shoppers, and people who actually horse ride.

  5. Faux Fur Lined Boots
  6. Fur lined waterproof boots are the way to go to keep your feet warm and dry.  Apparently the bean boots (exhibit a) are actually hunting boots made in Maine – check out their quite brilliant website: www.llbean.com.  Now I don’t advocate shooting animals for sport but it looks like Americans know how to keep your feet warm while you try and find some moose…

  7. Snow Boots

  8. Actual shoes created for snowy conditions; perfect.

  9. Hi-top Dunks

  10. If you’re the type that likes to keep it casual then there’s no better way to trudge through the snow than in a pair of classics.

And finally….just to show you that I do follow my own style advice – i’m rocking wellies:

What shoes are you wearing to deal with the snow whilst remaining stylish? Leave us a comment.

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2 thoughts on “Snowed In…But Not Under

  1. techboy

    am rocking timbalands 🙂 the bigger the shoes, the lesser the chance of tripping over on ice?

    January 9, 2010 at 2:33 am
  2. […] I saw this pic last week of Jude Law wearing some Nike Dunks I assumed he’d had a read of our Snowed In…But Not Under post (suggestion […]

    January 21, 2010 at 12:10 am

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