The 29 Best Chelsea Boots for Women Are Hiding at Nordstrom

There are plenty—and we really do mean plenty—of new boot trends to relish in. Slouchy boots have been reigning supreme, cowboy boots are back and bolder than ever, snakeskin booties are the best way to wear the ever-popular animal-print trend, and square-toe boots that hearken back to the '90s have become increasingly sought-after. But regardless of all the new, fresh footwear crazes the season has ushered in, there's one timeless style that simply can't be beat: Chelsea boots.

The appeal of Chelsea boots is in their ever-versatile, no-fuss design. They're close-fitting, hit at the ankle, and have that signature elastic side panel that's both practical and stylish. They also tend to have a loop or stretchy fabric on the back, both design details that make slipping in and out of them incredibly easy, which is a huge plus because, well, no one likes trying to cram their foot into a boot, especially when rushing out the door.

So while trend-forward options might be tempting to buy right now, consider shopping for a pair of the best Chelsea boots for women below. 

Your water-resistant version of a classic Chelsea boot. 

These will pair perfectly with your jeans.

Crafted from luxe materials, these will keep you comfy all-day long.

You can trek through snow and sleet with these.

Add some edge to your look with a pair of Dr. Martens.

You'll appreciate the extra height and traction through the winter months.

We love a good platform boot, which is exactly why these are in our shopping carts right now.

We love how this feels earthy and elevated at once.

You'll get plenty of compliments in these chunky, lugged platforms.

Waterproof Chelsea boots will never dampen your style.

How chic do they look in leopard, though?

In case you want to channel the wild, wild West.

Sumptuous suede adds a luxe-looking touch.

If you're willing to invest, these are the perfect pair.

You'll want to wear these every day.

This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated.

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