If you, like most women, love all-things-shoes and it’s time for you to get your wintertime shoe collection in gear, this is the article that you’ve been looking for. That’s because whether you’re looking for something to protect your feet from the freezing cold or something to wear to those upcoming dressy holiday parts, you’re going to see some of the biggest trends that will have your feet looking super hot! Not matter how cold it may get.
1. Fringe boots
When it comes to fashion, it really is all about fringes. You’re going to see fringes on purses, on jewelry and yes, even on shoes. One of our favorites is to see them on boots that are just like this pair.
2. Velvet shoes
How many compliments would you get with a pair of heels that are made out of velvet when you’re in your little black dress? We promise you that you’ll lose count.
3. Cowboy boots
Boots are always big during the winter season. Cowboy boots are awesome because they are something that you can kick around in on your comfy and casual days.
4. “Iced out” heels
Yeah, it actually makes a lot of sense that “iced out” (clear) heels would be in season during the time when there’s snow and ice outdoors.
5. Furry heels
Although typically fur is not a big part of fashion when it comes to shoes, this season it is. And since it’s such an outrageous trend, in our opinion, be as outlandish as possible. The wilder, the better!
On the days when you really don’t want to wear much more than jeans and a sweater, you can still look super-fashionable with some lace-up shoes like these.
7. “Toe cap” heels
Trying to find the perfect pair of shoes for work? How about a pair that have toe caps?
8. Furry booties
We already showed you some furry heels. Next up: Furry boots. Awesome for if you have a winter vacation coming up.
Slingbacks are the kind of shoes that never really go out of style. This coming winter, just make sure to get a pair with either a platform or stiletto heel.
10. Metallic heels
Your feet will look just like the silver ornaments that go on your Christmas tree each year if you decide to buy a pair of metallic heels. (How festive!)
11. Latex boots
Whoa mama! What more needs to be said when it comes to latex boots. (Isn’t that what Santa’s belt is made out of?)
12. Peep-toe pumps
For the super sophisticated woman in you, don’t forget to pick up some peep-toe pumps. You’ll be able to wear them, stylishly so, well after the trend passes.
13. Patchwork boots
Yeah. Not everyone can pull off some patchwork boots. But if there’s a bit of a hippy in you, then you should certainly give ’em a try.
Mules are great because they are a nice fashion statement. Plus, they look great no matter what the height of the heel is.
15. Sculptured heels
We picked some of the most unique looking sculptured heels by design. Basically to encourage you to use your imagination when it comes to them.
16. Chunky heels
If you live an area where tons of snow and ice is pretty much eminent, just think about how much traction you’ll be able to get with some chunky shoes like these? And the best part is that you’ll still be able to rock a pair of heels in the process!
17. Thigh-high boots
Thigh-high boots. Perfect for your leggings or super-skinny jeans. Or a leather mini-skirt.
18. Socks and sandals
The funny thing about fashion is that there are times when things that used to be considered super-tacky suddenly become super fashionable. Take this look for example. It’s certainly one way to put on your favorite heels while keeping your feet warm, wouldn’t you say?
19. Contrasting colors
The mark of a great pair of shoes is when you can’t stop staring at them. Like these with the contrasting colors, for instance. And we also like that there are contrasting materials too (suede and reptile).
20. White shoes
Grandma probably told you not to even think about wearing white after Labor Day. This year, bring her up to speed by buying her a pair of white shoes for Christmas.