May Your Feet Be Warm and Dry This Season

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Going for the Cozy Route:

I think I learned my lesson from last year’s snow + rain episode. Let’s not forget the ‘big’ snowstorm we had. I’m pretty excited to share one of my fall favorites from the Treadlite™ by UGG® collection. I own the slippers which I give a 10 on comfort, but I can now say that these rugged brown boots will complete my boot collection.

Comfort for the Commuter:

I’m going to go ahead and say that these boots are lightest boots I’ve worn in a while. I went for the hard combat boot look last year and the year before that but dipping into more of a  comfortable + cozy route this season. I feel that I’m running around a lot more in the city during these months taking care early Christmas shopping, holiday events, industry events, meeting up with friends that are visiting etc.

With sheepskin on the inside this boot is guaranteed to keep your feet dry and warm. The exterior of the boot feels just as good as the interior (suede + leather). Have you worn any boots lately that are extremely comfortable and fully functional? Please share them below! I’ve also shared some other styles from UGG® that I love (including those slippers).

Ill also create another post soon sharing my top tips on layering with this outfit! Stay tuned and stay warm.

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Brown Fur Lined Corduroy Coat: Vintage (similar here) // Grey Turtle Neck: West 56 Clothing: (here) // Red and Black Flannel Shirt:  (similar here) // Wool Trousers:  (similar here) // Dark Brown Stoneman: Treadlite™ by UGG® (here)


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