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Um… it is chilly outside. In some parts, it is beyond cold. Recently, we’ve been sharing cold weather finds to keep you warm like scarves, gloves, and beanies. And since Jack Frost has decided to bring the blizzards, rain, snow and biting wind, it may be time step up your cold weather boot game and grab something a little more durable for the scene AND weather!
Getting your cold weather accessories game together means adding those must have boots and other needed cold weather layers to your closet for the season’s coldest days and nights!
And guess what? You don’t have to settle for anything less than stellar to get your feet through the next few months of sleet, snow, and cold!
Thanks to designers, innovation, and the state of plus size fashion, we have plenty of options and places to shop (although more could never hurt) and we can now do it in style.
So whether you’re looking for fancy studs, glitzy embellishments, and faux fur or just want a sleek pair of stompers for day-to-day wear, we have got you covered!
So today, we round-up 10 budget friendly cold weather boots that will help you take on whatever Jack Frost has in store for you this winter — without bargaining on style or budget!!!
10 Cold Weather Boots Under $100
Taupe Lace Up Winter Boots at EvansUSA.com
Faux Suede Lace-Up Snow Boot at LaneBryant.com
Katie Faux Fur Trim Boot at Avenue.com
Faux Shearling Trim Heel Boots (wide Width & Wide Calf) at Torrid.com
Trotters ‘Blizzard III’ Boot at Nordstrom.com
Rock & Candy Danlea Cold Weather Boots at Macys.com
Guess Grazzy Lace-Up Booties at Macys.com
Faux Wool Lace-Up Boot at LaneBryant.com
Livik Leslie Colorful Faux Suede Winter Boot with Faux Fur at Additonelle.com
Chooka Trifecta Rain Boot at Zappos.com
How cute are these cold weather boots?
Some of these will are fancy while others are playful beyond the use of cold weather! I almost wish I was living somewhere where I could wear them… Whether you wear them over skinny jeans or fleece-lined tights, you’ll be ready to take on anything chilly that comes your way.
And as tempting as it might be to get suited up in full-blown snow gear, consider pieces that do double duty! You know, fashion AND function. Work AND play. Casual AND playful!
Seriously, I need my clothes and accessories to give me more than one option in life. NEEED. Basically, when I go shopping for my must haves and beyond, I always keep this in mind!
Anywho, what do you think of these options? Do you switch out your boots as it gets colder? does it matter where you are? Let’s talk about it!