Booties/Botas: BCBGMAXAZRIA (on sale)
My best friend Bisera mentioned that the hardest thing to find during the winter season are booties, so Bisera this post is for you! I totally get what Bisera is saying, the wide selection of booties can be overwhelming, brands offering different prices and colors. When I first moved to Chicago back in 2008 it was my first time seeing snow…I know…crazy. I had no idea how to dress for Winter but after surviving 6 Chicago winters I can proudly say, I have the winter outfit down and I actually enjoy dressing up for the colder temperatures. For the Winter it is key to have what I call the “classic must have” booties to survive the busy holiday and winter season. I call them “classic must have booties” because you will wear these booties year after year, regardless of the trends. I occasionally like to splurge on a “trendy” pair of booties which I know will add a little “flavour” to my winter outfit, like these BCBGMAXAZRIA suede booties. I cannot tell you how many compliments I’ve received on these BCBG booties! The block heel makes these booties so comfortable and I love the mix of Fall colors. The best part about these booties is that they are currently 50% OFF and also come in tons of different colors. Besides my occasional splurge in trends, my collection of classic must have booties for Winter include:
- Hunter Boots: Seriously you can’t survive winter without a pair of Hunter boots. I love their classic tall boots, their “Tour Packable” boot and their short booties. You can see thee wide variety of Hunter boots here and here.
- Sperry (water proof): I first purchased my first pair of Sperry booties when I traveled to Jackson, Hole Wyoming. These booties are comfortable, keep your feet warm and still fashionable. You can find some different options here, here and here.
- Classic black booties: Regardless of the snow or cold temperatures you will still be going out to dinner or the movies, so a pair of classic black booties are must! A few options are below…
Location: Chicago, Photos by: Meagan Shuptar