When a snow storm hits there’s no excuse to under dress. Yes, snow boots, and especially duck boots with their rubber bottoms and leather tops, make it hard to keep your chicness intact when you just want to keep warm and dry. But, with the extensive variety of designs available now, there’s pretty much a duck boot for every type of style.
So if you like to keep it classic, ditch your warm leggings and wool socks for a pair of coated denim or leather pants instead. Pair the outfit with tall duck boots with fur lining in order to elevate the typical winter ensemble.
And for those who just can’t stand to wear the duck boot because of its distinct look, opt for a design that’s monochromatic in all white or all black.
For more inspiration check out these duck boot outfit ideas below.
1. Chalet Chic
Cozy up in an oversized shearling jacket and pair your tall duck boots with coated jeans to get a more polished look.
2. Distressed Denim
Canadian tuxedo anyone? Rock denim on denim to let a pair of plaid waterproof duck boots really make a statement.
3. Green Goods
Stuck in slush? Dress up any duck boot with a long overcoat and dark denim. Keep it fashionable by matching the coat to the shoes, whether it be in army green or navy blue.
4. Winter Whites
Whoever said you can’t wear white after labor day lied. Go full on cream with these winter white duck boots. The gold laces match perfectly with a cozy cardigan or sweater.
5. Street Spirit
Maintain your edge in the winter time with all-black snow boots. Suede and leather can keep your bulky shoes especially chic when it’s paired with leather cropped pants and an oversized bomber.
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