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The 5 Autumn/Winter Boot Styles We Can’t Get Enough Of Right Now

A good pair of boots is an essential component of any winter wardrobe. While most people change up their outfits daily, once they’ve settled on a pair of boots that are comfortable and they feel great in, they’ll wear them day in, day out – which is why it’s important to invest in a good pair.

This season, there are so many new and classic styles to pick from, whether you’re looking for the chunky-soled variety, an elevated Chelsea boot or the knee-high style that dominated the AW21 catwalks. schuh is exactly where to find them.

The brand’s new range has something for everyone, whether you’re after flat or heeled, ankle or long, plain or printed. It’s super affordable too, with prices starting from just £25. What’s more, if you bring an old pair of shoes to recycle in-store, you’ll receive £5 off your next pair as part of schuh’s Sell Your Soles scheme. Great for the planet, great for the old bank balance, right?

Below, we’ve selected our favourite new season boots to shop now. Which style will you opt for?

Adiana, £90Lace-up boots are front and centre of the AW21 boots trends and it’s a style we don’t see going out of fashion any time soon.

Adiana has a utilitarian feel with a thick platform sole, segmented body detailing and laces that elongate the ankle.

A perfect daytime boot for running around town, the Adiana lends a casual but pulled together feel to any look that’ll see you through brunch, a walk in the park and all those errands you’ve been putting off.

Wear with your favourite jeans, dress or tailored trousers.

Schuh Adiana, $, available at Schuh

Danika, £55Danika blends two of our favourite footwear styles: biker and knee-high.

Designed to sit just beneath the knee, these boots have a statement platform sole, visible stitch detailing, elongated elastic panels and an inside zip to make getting them on and off super easy.

A little grungy, they’ll toughen up a mini skirt and button-down cardi, or for more of a preened look, wear with a soft, knitted jumper dress and a sleek wool overcoat.

The best bit is how supremely comfortable they are.

Schuh Danika, $, available at Schuh

Paxton, £100With the return of ‘90s fashion in full flow right now, it’s unsurprising that brown is having a revival. A colour that was deemed a neutral alongside white, grey and black during the decade, these chocolate brown boots are exactly how to channel the look today.

Made from leather, Paxton features a brown body that finishes just below the knee and a chunky black sole for a statement. They also have stitch detailing to provide subtle structure and loop tags on the back.

Team them with a mini skirt, opaque tights and a cute knit or wear over tight jeans with a long tailored coat.

Schuh Paxton, $, available at Schuh

Amalfi, £85An elevated Chelsea boot, the Amalfi features an on-trend chunky sole, deep elasticated sides and a sleek silhouette.

These practical boots will keep you warm and dry in the depths of winter without sacrificing style. The timeless black design may look hefty but is actually very lightweight, meaning these  boots can be worn with a multitude of outfits.

Team with black wash jeans, a bright knit and a trench for stomping around the city, or with a floral winter midi dress, cashmere cardigan and tailored wool coat for a smarter look.

Schuh Amalfi, $, available at Schuh

Dakota, £55 Knee-high boots are all the rage right now – just look to the likes of the celeb style set for proof. Celebrities and influencers have been wearing the style nonstop over the last few months and Instagram is awash with them.

Lean into the ‘60s-inspired design and team your Dakota boots with a mini dress and opaque tights. Alternatively, pair with jeans and an oversized knit for a smart-casual option.

The boots come in classic jet black, too.

Level up your boot game this season with schuh’s autumn winter 2021 range.

Schuh Dakota, $, available at Schuh


Credit: Original article published here.

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