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All About The Winter Boots Must Haves











Shoes: Town Shoes

The weather in Toronto continues to drop, I think it is time to prepare yourself for the snow and brutal walks.... Don't let your feet suffer this winter and pick up a pair of snow boots. I live in the city, driving in Downtown Toronto is pretty insane and I am not going to lie, I am a pretty bad driver. I walk around a lot which means that having a pair of good snow boots will definitely help me with the harsh winter weather in Toronto. It is extremely important for your health to keep your toes warm and avoid soaking in snow and wet socks. I remember last winter, wearing a pair of black pointed toe leather boots was by far the worst idea for snowy days. After one day of walking around in that pair of boots, I was sick for weeks.... 

I know most of snow boots are big and pretty ugly... But I have found few pair of stylish winter boots for you at Town Shoes.

The Moccasins are definitely the softest and comfiest pair, it feels like walking on clouds. As for styling, this pair of shoes is more boho and laid back, lazy day style. 

I personally own both pairs of UGGs in this blog, definitely excited to be able to wear them more often as the snow falls. The Ugg Analise Boots is more stylish compare to the Adirondack boots. The Analise boots you can look more style and dressed up in them, there are a slight height in the heels but still very comfortable to walk around in! As for Adirondack boots, it is definitely a everyday shoes, you can run around in them with no problem, the rubber sole help to prevent from falling on icy floors. 

The Sorel boots are a slight cheaper alternative compare to the Ugg Adirondack boots, they share the similar style and look, but slightly shorter in length. 


Best of luck finding yourself a pair of perfect winter boots!


Love,
Chloe Zhang




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