Update your boot collection with some of the trendiest styles this season has to offer. Whether you are taking trips to the countryside or looking to give your classic boots a contemporary upgrade, I have selected some of my favourite boots that are trending this autumn winter season.
You don’t see that many guys wearing cowboy boots; nevertheless, they can bring a unique edge to your winter look. Thanks to the distinctive ring and strap detail, this western-inspired boot will help elevate your look. All that is missing is a cowboy belt.
Whether you are taking a break from the city or spending more time in nature, you will need help from a sturdy trekking boot that will help you traverse the unpredictable terrain. This season the outdoor boot takes inspiration from the chunky sneaker and the traditional hiking boot to create a stylish urban boot that will help you tackle the great outdoors in style.
CHUNKY CHELSEA BOOTS
Chelsea boots are no stranger to an autumn-winter wardrobe. This season the classic footwear staple is updated with a chunky track sole nodding to the ever-lasting chunky sole trend. Your favourite details are still present including the elastic side gores and the pull tab for slipping your boot on with ease.
While ankle boots are the standard length to wear, the mid-calf boot is a bold step forward in your boot-wearing journey. This boot style features a zip to help get this beast of a boot over your foot. The hight will bring a new dimension into your autumn-winter style.
THE LACE-UP BOOTS
The lace-up boot is formidable shoe to have in your to a winter wardrobe. This season the military-inspired boot is updated with a track sole and a leather tab to help style your laces.
THE HYBRID BOOT
This modern silhouette moves away from the popular elements you are used to seeing in a boot and reinterprets the design in a new way. The sole is replaced with a flat variation. The boot is made from a mix of fabrics such as rubber and neoprene.
What are some of your favourite winter boots that are trending this season?