The best boots for winter

Boots are a staple item for your winter wardrobe. Here are our picks of the season.

Best boots to buy for winter

While high heels vs flats may be divisive, boots bring us together as the unanimous must-have. An essential item to own for winter, this season they are soaring to new heights.

Whether you prefer ankle, calf or knee-length, here’s our pick of what to wear when it comes to each height. 


Arguably the easiest style to wear, make sure you choose a pair with a good heel in which you can run around. 

Sportsgirl, Ike Vintage Mid Heel Boot, Tan, $89.95


Rubi Shoes, Lloyd Stud Boot, $59.95



The key to pulling off calf high boots is to ensure they don’t cut you off. Try them on with stockings and pants and with a bare leg so you’re confident they flatter your legs and don’t make you look shorter or stockier than your natural build. 

Glassons, Back Zip Boot, Black, $69.99

Wittner, Maison Boot, Putty Suede, $229.95



The hardest height to pull off, the main focus here should be on finding a pair that does not stop abruptly under the kneecap, as this again has the potential to cut you off and can look rather unflattering. Aim for a pair that sit slightly below the knee or, for the brave hearted, just above. 

Wittner, Buckley Boot, Black Suede, $199.95

Spurr, Leo Boots, Black, $69.95




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    24th Jun 2016
    None of them appeal to me.
    24th Jun 2016
    I don't know, what about a thigh high leather with a stiletto heel! Seriously, Franki 4 footwear make nice boots with very good support
    24th Jun 2016
    Yes, it sounds as if they would go nicely with an ensem to include a black leather mask and whip.
    24th Jun 2016
    maybe Eddie McGuire or SAM Newman should wear them it would suit them seeing they are sexist.

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