After a big snow storm, I’m sure you find yourself pondering which footwear to wear, especially for a night on the town. Anything with a heel leaves you risking your life, but flat motorcycle boots scream casual and the opposite of warmth. These four options will keep your tootsies heated while looking chic. And what do they all have in common? Fur (real and faux)!
Growl through the snow!
Colin Stuart’s Faux-Fur Cuff Boot
This rubber wedge provides traction while giving you a few extra inches. If you’re more of a neutral gal, go for the olive/brown combo, and if you’re a bit riskier, opt for the leopard/black option. (VictoriasSecret.com, $70)
Stuart Weitzman’s Rebooting Faux-Fur Trimmed Rain Boot
When that beautiful, crisp white snow has turned to a brown slush, these water-resistant rubber and leather boots are the perfect solution. The faux fur trim has just enough embellishment to make them stand apart from a typical inclement weather boot. (NeimanMarcus.com, $325)
Pajar Davos Fur All-Weather Boot
Heading out in temps waaaaay below freezing? Then these are your BFFs. And the best part is they’ll keep you so toasty you won’t even need to wear socks with them. They come in four colors, my personal favorite being the white (pending you’re not traipsing in that brown slush). (Amazon.com, $340)
Hunter for J. Mendel Genuine Fur Trim Boot
This classic rain boot now has a modern and updated new look. The limited edition collab between J. Mendel and Hunter has never made severe weather look so chic. (Nordstrom.com, $585)