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It's the time of year when the nights are shorter, the mornings are darker and the weather is colder. 

Thankfully, it's not all doom and gloom during Winter, as the footwear choices are ENDLESS. 

Ankle boots are everywhere this year, and we've compiled a list of our 10 favourite pairs.

YAY for pay day…

Animal instinct 

Can anyone ever go wrong with leopard print boots? The answer is no! These gorgeous babies are available now on ASOS.

Fantastic fringe

We love these loafer-esque boots from Topshop


Totally obsessed with the idea of wearing shiny gold boots? Get to River Island, before these sell out! 

Classic black

Every woman should have a pair of classic black ankle boots. This pair from Zara literally go with EVERY outfit. 

All that glitters

Boohoo have absolutely nailed it with these gorgeous glittery ankle boots. Guaranteed to add a spark to an all-black ensemble. 


In our eyes, Zara can do no wrong, and these boots are a proof of that.

Velvet please

This season is all about velvet, so why should your shoes be an exception? These gorgeous boots from Office are the perfect addition to the wardrobe. 

Jacquard loving

Embrace your inner royal with this pair of jacquard boots from Mango!

Snake skin

You'll feel super exotic rocking these beauties! New Look, we thank you! 

Stars in your eyes

We have no words to describe these beautiful boots from Public Desire




With all this talk of ice and snow we might have to say goodbye to our favourite heeled boots for the rest of the month and invest in a more practical pair.

Fear not though, there are plenty of gorgeous flat and low-heeled options out there that are just as stylish… not to mention warm!

Here are a few of our favourites from the high street…

1. Print perfect
Skip the basic black and liven up your look with some bold leopard print.

Patsy Flexi Sole Leopard Print Boot, €19.49, MIssguided.eu

2. Biker babe
These sturdy boots will see you through to next year… and beyond!

Black Chunky Lace-Up Ankle Boots, €50, River Island

3. Sky's the limit
These knee-high leather boots are the perfect choice for a freezing winter's day – they'll look gorgeous with your favourite skinnies.

Ziawia Boot, €154, Aldo

4. Tie it up
These boots will be a bit warmer than a normal brogue – no more cold ankles!

Tan Embossed Lace-up Boot, €34.99, New look

5. High shine
These deep red leather boots are an investment piece but we're VERY tempted!

Shoe The Bear Oxblood Leather Boot, €173, Office



Now that Ireland’s climate has gone full-on wintery with rain and wind galore, it might be time to say goodbye to those heels and embrace the cozy ankle boot.

A simple leather boot is an easy way to look slick and stylish without compromising on comfort. Whether you go for a killer heel or a flat Chelsea boot, there is something out there for everyone and to suit any price range.

The humble ankle boot is hugely versatile – here are just some of the ways we’ll be wearing our pair this season…

1. Colour pop
Steering away from the standard black, brown or tan is a great way to add a bolder element to your outfit. Caroline Flack’s bright red pair are edgy enough to wear on a night out, but could easily be dressed down with plain black jeans:

2. Lengthen those legs
Tucking a jegging, legging or ultra-skinny jean into your ankle boots is a great way to lengthen the leg line. Cara Delevingne is a big fan of this look – though her legs are long enough as it is!

3. Fold it over
Double cuff your jeans to show off just a peek of ankle. Boyfriend jeans are great for this look, but they do shorten the leg line more than cuffed skinnies, so be careful if you have naturally shorter legs. Rachel Bilson pulls this style off like a pro:

4. Put a sock in it
Layering high ankle socks over leggings, tights or even bare legs gives a real prairie-girl touch to your ankle boots. Avoid this look over thicker jeans unless you want to look like a hillwalker! This style blogger has the right idea:

5. Dress it up
Despite the colder weather, wearing a summer dress is still an option – just add tights, a chunky cardigan or leather jacket and your trusty boots. Beautiful!

6. Pencil perfect
A midi-length pencil skirt with a heeled ankle book is a really slick high-fashion look – channel your inner Rihanna for this one:

7. Nip and tuck
Tailored trousers look really classy with a slim line ankle boot (no buckles or thick straps), especially if you show off a touch of skin. This model gets it just right:

8. Get some bling
Embellished ankle boots with details like studs, cut-outs or chunky buckles are a great way to add a grungy, edgy touch to an otherwise basic outfit. We love Emma Roberts’ Chloé pair:




While we won’t pass any judgement if you don’t own more than forty pairs of shoes, we will question your womanhood if you don’t have at least one of these:

Black flats
These basically go with everything and anything. Dress your outfit up or dress it down, whatever your mood, black flats work perfectly.

Ankle boots
With a pair of ankle boots, you can look chic and fashionable with very little effort. Just make sure they’re comfortable!

Red heels
There’s no place like home, right?

High knee-high boots
This is the perfect way to look good in bad weather. Make yourself stand out in a trendy pair of knee-high boots.

Flat sandals
The sandals that once reminded us of Jesus, are now a big hit for ladies! Every woman owns (or should own) a pair of flat sandals in some shape or form.

High-heel sandals
If you want to look extra cute during the summer, a pair of high-heel sandals will certainly help you do that.

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