Winters Fashionable with Classy Boots

Ideas to make your Winters Fashionable with Classy Boots!

72% of women will wear high heels in their lifetime. Many wear them daily – 49 % of 18-24-years-olds, 42% of women ages 20-49, and 34% of women 50 and over.

– Spine Health Institute

Why do a majority of women prefer heels?

According to Forbes, high heels give women a more feminine gait. The raised heel makes the women’s stride shorter and increases the rotation and tilt of the women’s hips.

We, women, find occasions to wear heels, because why not? Heels make us feel sexy, poised, and most importantly beautiful. We own it and we are proud of it! Winters bring us a great opportunity of wearing comfortable footwear while looking stylish.

Boots are versatile and therefore provide us with the chance of looking fashionable in different ways during winter. Finding the right shoe with the correct outfit can change your life. It’s true, you can ask Cinderella. Let’s have a look at some ideas regarding how to style classy Boots with and without heels, with the perfect winter outfit.

1. Your Travel BFF

Your Travel BFF

These block heels look really attractive over this pair of boots. The best part about this pattern is that you can set their height according to your choice. They are great for traveling short distances. They are suitable for almost every kind of shade and pattern of denim. Wear it with a denim skirt (irrespective of its length), jeans or capris, and even shorts!

Your Travel BFF 2

Love boots, but not so big a fan of heels while traveling for longer hours? These kinds of boots are all you need. The lacey pattern looks great and this shade quite suits almost every color of clothes in your wardrobe. This is the benefit of having nude shades of footwear. These kinds go best on skinny jeans, a loose t-shirt, and a scarf.

2. A pair of Boots to Rock the Party

Hands down, both of these pairs are a perfect match for a party outfit. They suit all lengths of dresses, skirts, jeans, and shorts too. Stilettos suit every fancy clothing this planet ever made! The pair of black ones can look great with your professional outfit as well.

If not in the mood for boots with heels, then this pattern of boots might also look good over some dresses and skinny jeans. They throw a sort of tomboyish vibes with your outfit and if that’s what you are looking for to show at a party, they are the best choice.

Someone once said, “Your choice of shoe reflects your personality.” And these two options reflect the major contradictory personalities of a person. You know which one you are! Wear the one which suits you and you will turn out to be the most confident person in the room.

The pink ones go well over a pair of solid jeans and a colorful top. The white one makes you look super cute and go well on dresses.

3. Your Casual Hangout Buddy

Your Casual Hangout Buddy
When hanging out at a café, with friends, family, or on a date, these go best for a casual look. This shade of brown, peach, black, and grey will go best with solid one-pieces and a scarf or a jacket.

Your Casual Hangout Buddy 1
These boots are also a good option for a casual outing. All of these shades are really cool and they match better over pieces of denim.

4. A Taste of Professionalism

A Taste of Professionalism
If going for a professional meeting, or your everyday office looks, then this pair of boots screams professionalism. Wear it with a dark-colored Blazer, or a light-colored shirt, or a solid bodycon dress, they suit them all!

Too chilly outside to wear an above-the-knee executive dress? Then this style of boots is what you are looking for. Wear a trench coat, a cardigan, or a buttoned jacket with that look and you are ready for your day into the winters!

Try these outfit ideas with your favorite pairs of boots, and I assure you that you will definitely make them stop and stare!


Prachi Kumbhare is a Content Creator at StyleFundas, where she pursues her twin passions of writing and inbound marketing. When she's not sharing fashion and lifestyle insights, she spends her time juggling numbers for a commerce degree. Follow Prachi @perhapsitsprachi on Instagram.