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Best Leather Boots for Men and Women

Winter has officially started. You all must be already finding yourself in the midst of winter outfit dilemma, right? If yes is the case, then I have a solution for you. With temperatures dropping rapidly and days ending a bit early, we can feel quite uninspired to make the effort of dressing up and styling ourselves. We usually get stuck with pairing clothes, footwear, and accessories. A state of confusion arises when it comes to mixing and matching your winter wears. Well, I got you! I really have caught a gleam of what you are feeling at the moment. Therefore, to take you out of your “ I don’t have the right footwear” zone, I have made up a list of some super fancy yet comfortable leather boots that will take your look up a notch this chilly weather and will give you the luxe look you desire.

Starting with the best men’s boots

CAMDEN PLAIN TOE BOOTS

fashion boot
Source: Nordstrom

Lustrous leather lights up a bold fashion boot. The Givenchy boots define the word perfect. They have a lace-up look along with a side zip. The fitted beefy lug sole makes it so manly and gives the entire outfit an edge. Style them with black trousers and a dark grey turtleneck.

PLAIN TOE BOOT – BROWN IS THE NEW BLUE

 Bottega Venetta boots
Source: Nordstrom

These Bottega Venetta boots are bold and beautiful. The smooth calfskin leather sits perfectly. I personally love the color brown in shoes. I think it breaks the monotonous shades. It has a really nice leather upper lining which gives the feet an illusion. Style them with a well fitted dark blue denim along with a brown belt and an off white t-shirt. 

QUEBEC CHELSEA BOOTS

ankle boot
Source: Gucci

Worn in the Resort’20 runway show, this belted ankle boot is studded with the house’s name on the bottom of the sole for an unexpected signature statement. These are the go-to boots for all your formal outfits, be it a tuxedo, a three-piece suit or a formal trench coat. Style it with your favorite black suit and see it look ten times better, after wearing these.

Coming on to the list of fancy boots for women

EMBELLISHED BOOTS

 fancy boots
Source: Les Petits Joueurs

Winter parties or Christmas dinners, you’re definitely going to be needing at least one pair of super classy and fancy boots that will steal the show and enhance the outfit immediately. These boots from Les Petits Joueurs are embellished with crystals and suede details. Along with a warm leather sole and a back zip closure, the 80mm heels are going to make you look tall and beautiful. Style these boots with a midi red dress and a warm black woolen scarf and you’re all ready for the night.

SHUSHAN SLOUCH BOOTS

Manolo Blahnik
Source: Manolo Blahnik

Manolo Blahnik has been my staple footwear brand for the longest time. I have been using their footwear since forever and I never seem to come across any problem. These suede almond color boots are such a pick this season. They go with everything and every color you can think of. Slouch and suede bring a one-two style punch to this casually shaped boot. Style it with a denim and a casual white shirt.

ROCKSTUD LEATHER BOOTS

Valentino leather Boots
Source: Matches Fashion

Could you ever imagine having a cupboard with no black t-shirt? No, right? It’s the same as not having a comfortable pair of black boots that you can slip into anytime without thinking. These Valentino leather gold-stud metal boots are just the right pick. I assure you, keep them nicely and they’ll go a long long way. They look best with a well-tailored and fitted outfit. Nevertheless, I wouldn’t shy away from wearing them with simple trousers and a shirt.

This lineup of my most favorite, classic boots that I curated for you, will settle down your need of getting the right pair of boots. Seize the one you like!

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