Frosty mornings and chilly nights mean it’s time to pull out those boots! It can be overwhelming to decide which type of boots you should buy and which aren’t quite as necessary. If you aren’t careful you could easily end up with hundreds of pairs of boots! This obviously wouldn’t be a bad thing if your wallet allows, but if it doesn’t…it’s important to know which boots to invest in. Having both casual boots and dressier boots is key. Neutral colors like brown and black is always a safe call.
Purchasing good quality boots over cheapy boots will serve you better long-term. Be sure and spray your boots with water protectant spray before use! Think of this spray as a coat for your boots to keep them dry. Keep your leather boots scuff-free by using baking soda. Dip a damp cloth in baking soda and apply to scuff marks. Splurge on these 6 different types of boots this winter and care for them properly…
Must-Have Winter Boots
- Every girl needs some casual brown and black boots to wear all winter. Mine are Steve Madden and the quality will last through a couple of rough winter seasons.
- Cowboy boots are needed to pair quickly with some comfy jeans during fall and winter. I love the added details in cowboy boots, like stitching or pops of color. Cowboy boots should have character!
- Snow/rain boots to keep your other boots safe when there is too much snow/water on the ground. Don’t wear your other boots out and ruin them! I adore my houndstooth Sorel boots. If there is even a chance of snow I pull these babies out.
- You will need some nice boots for the work scene. You are safe getting a black and brown pair with a heel or wedge.