Cold Weather

Snow Shoes

I have half-loved this crazy mild December and half-hated it. It made it much harder to get into the holiday spirit… but at the same time, I really loved being able to wear skirts without tights and ballet flats with no problem.

We’ve gotten what we wished for though. The temps have dipped and it’s been snowing in many places. (It’s been a mix of sleet, flurry, and rain here but when I walked Teddy yesterday morning, there were patches of snow on the ground!!)

So, it’s with mixed feelings that I put away my ballet flats and swap over to my winter shoes. When I went to college, I was not prepared for winters. Especially when it came to shoes. It really wasn’t until last winter when I finally (finally) felt like my feet were dry and warm enough all winter long!

Hunter Tour Boots // Lace Up Boot // Sorel Waterproof Tall Boot 

Galway Boots // Classic Slim Ugg Boot // Joan of Arctic Boot

Shearwater Short Pull On Boot // 10″ Shearling Lined Bean Boot // Waterproof Boot

Even though they’re not technically snow boots, I tend to wear my Hunter boots year round. As long as you wear thick socks (they even make socks just for wellies), they keep your feet extra dry and warm. I discovered the genius that is Sorel boots last year and I’m hooked. These boots are my favorite– this color is 25% off– because they’re great for everyday wear and are easy to slip into, but the Joan of Arctic boots are super cute. (I would order the Joan of Arctic boots 1/2 size up… I made that mistake last year and found my true size to be too small… but too late!)

Do you have a favorite winter boot??
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Tori A.

My Hunter boots are my go-to for chilly winter days; however, since I'm in the South, it still feels like a perpetual fall, so I probably won't be pulling those out any time soon.

Tori A. from Prep For A Day