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Winter boots for women can often be a challenge to style around: They can be clunky, heavy, and generally lack the cool factor of a crisp white sneaker or a sleek, easy-to-walk-in heel. But once that snow starts to hit and the temperature gets to freezing, idea of looking stylish kind of goes out the window. But! There are indeed ways to combine comfort and warmth with genuine style, as far as winter boots go. Check out the outfits below and note how each woman seamlessly incorporated winter boots into their looks, then shop some really cute pairs, all for under $50 .
Even in the iciest conditions, an oversized belted winter coat adds glamour to any outfit—even when rubbery winter boots are involved.
Flat winter ankle boots look extra cool with a skinny jean and a statement coat.
An over-the-knee boot goes a long way when the heel is low and walkable—and look surprisingly modern with trousers instead of jeans or tights for a change.
A classic sheepskin boot doesn’t have to be reserved for your most casual days. She pairs hers with a silk dress and furry coat.
…But they also look flawless with a waxed jean and similarly cozy coat.
Even Sarah Jessica Parker is a woman who loves a winter boot—and always looks stylish.
Any pair of warm over-the-knee boots works with blue jeans and a classic button-down.
Style tip: Wear all black except for your winter boot.