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8 boot styles that you need this winter

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As we say goodbye to summer and welcome the season of autumn, it means that winter is only just around the corner. Now if you're not the biggest fan of the cooler months, then the one thing that can cheer you up is shopping! And something that every girl needs throughout winter is a good pair of boots (or five, I don't judge).

With so many boots on the market, it can be really difficult to know which ones to buy this season. BUT they are one of the biggest winter trends. Luckily, we've done all the work for you and found the boots that are on trend this season that you'll not only want but most definitely need.

Plus, if you're in a shopping mood, we've gathered 50 boots for you to shop this season!


1. Ankle boots

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This is probably the most popular form of boot and one that pretty much everyone needs this winter. If you don't already own a pair, these are about to become your new best friend. Ankle boots during winter are like thongs during summer. They're quick and easy, they go with everything and you just have to have a pair.

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2. Flat boots

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Similar to ankle boots, a good pair of flat boots are great to replace your summer sneakers. They give off those cool 90s vibes, which are really on trend at the moment. Plus, they're incredibly comfortable!

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3. White boots

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Definitely not a trend for the faint hearted, white boots are currently going off and are going to be big this winter! Paired with some blue jeans, these babies will give your winter wardrobe a fun flare.

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4. Knee-high boots

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Knee-high boots are a super sexy trend that has been around for aeons. They can dress up any outfit and they'll keep you warm throughout those cold winter nights.

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5. Pointed toe boots

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These are definitely one of my favourite trends this season. The pointed toe boot is incredibly elegant and can dress up your outfit just that little bit more to give you a super stylish look!

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6. Patent leather boots

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The patent look is growing more and more popular each day. Major celebrities like Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez and Gigi Hadid have all been spotted wearing patent leather boots and if it's good enough for them then it's good enough for me!

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7. Metallic boots

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Definitely a bold look, metallic boots are a very recent trend. You've probably seen you're favourite influencers strutting their stuff in a pair. They're popping up everywhere and we love how different this look is! You can get them in silver, gold and rose gold too.

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8. Sock boots

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You've probably seen these boots walking their way across your Instagram feed. These bad boys are a real staple if you want a pair of dressy boots that look great and are super comfy too. Pair them with a cute mini dress for a great going out outfit or a pair of mom jeans for a funky street style look!

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Alexandra Hourigan

Alexandra is a shopaholic by nature, make up lover by heart and writer by passion. If you can buy it she'll probably be interested to know what it is. If it's on sale then even better! If she isn't at a Sephora sale she is probably writing about it.

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