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50 of the hottest boots for winter 2018

We've found 50+ of the best boots for winter 2018. Scroll through to see them all.

Where would any fashionista be without her boots? They keep you warm in winter, they protect your feet at festivals, they add edge to a girly dress and they offer effortless chic with any pair of jeans. Basically, boots are the ultimate all-purpose, all-year-round investment piece.

And since you can wear them anywhere and at anytime, why not stock up? There are so many chic and fashion-forward styles available for the coming season that it's hard to settle on just one pair. To help you make your decision, we've sorted flat boots from heeled, designer from affordable and coloured styles from black. If you're looking for your latest pair of boots, you'll find them here. Scroll through to see them all.


Under $100

Who said you have to pay a fortune for style?


Heeled boots

Ditch your regular strappy heels for a pair of heeled boots. They'll give your outfit a bit of edge.


Flat boots

Practical and stylish, flat boots are the ultimate must have for every winter.

Tony Bianco COLLINS Black Jetta Polish
Tony Bianco COLLINS Black Jetta Polish

Tony Bianco


White boots

It's one of the hottest trends this season. So mix it up with a crisp pair of white booties.


Designer

Luxe lovers these amazing designer finds.

Marc Jacobs Aria Status Black Leather Ankle Boots
Marc Jacobs Aria Status Black Leather Ankle Boots

Forzieri

Chloé Harper Palmer textured-leather ankle boots
Chloé Harper Palmer textured-leather ankle boots

NET-A-PORTER

Alexander Wang Two-tone leather ankle boots
Alexander Wang Two-tone leather ankle boots

THEOUTNET.COM

Alexander Wang Kori Strech Black Suede Boot
Alexander Wang Kori Strech Black Suede Boot

David Jones


Break from black

Add a pop of colour into your routine with these bright boots.


Knee-high and over-the-knee boots

Over-the-knee is where it's at this winter. Take the plunge and add a pair to your closet.

Stuart Weitzman Highland Thigh High Boot With Back Tie
Stuart Weitzman Highland Thigh High Boot With Back Tie

David Jones


Style lessons: Five boot trends you need to try

Add edge to a dress by swapping heels for boots

It adds a bit of grunge to anything you might feel is a little too girly.

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Don't be afraid to try an over-the-knee style

If you're worried about looking trashy, try wearing a softer colour like grey or tan rather than black.

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Playsuits and boots are a match made in heaven

It's the ultimate day-to-night, festival-to-club, all purpose outfit.

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Boots tone down a risque or skimpy outfit

If you feel your outfit is a bit too racy, add a grungy pair of boots instead of heels.

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Yes, you can wear boots with a pencil skirt too

Boots remove the corporate vibe of pencil skirts and make them feel a little more streetwear appropriate.

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Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is the Editor of the Shopping section at finder. She has a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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