Jennifer Aniston Just Wore the It Boots Every NYC Girl Owns

Over the past year, it's felt like pretty much every other shoe trend has been buried beneath a sea of dad sneakers. But another clunky-soled trend has emerged this season, and it's even giving dad sneakers a run for their money. Enter: combat boots.

The combat-boot trend has pretty much swept the nation, with NYC girls, in particular, fully embracing it. They're perfect for the chilly Northeastern climate and make walking in inclement winter weather a cozy breeze. (Dr. Martens Jadon boots, for one, have become extremely popular.) Perhaps Jennifer Aniston has taken note of that, because she was spotted in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, wearing a pair of her own black combat boots earlier this week.

At $1195, Aniston's Gianvito Rossi boots are quite a bit pricier than many combat boots on the market, but they're an especially chic version of the trend, and she'll certainly get plenty of wear out of the versatile boots. Keep scrolling to see how Aniston and a few cool NYC girls are wearing black combat boots and shop our favorite pairs.


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On Jennifer Aniston: Garrett Leight Paloma 50 Round-Frame Sunglasses ($365); The Row bag; Gianvito Rossi Ceonene 40 Leather Ankle Boots ($1195)

NYC Girls in Black Combat Boots


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Allyson Payer
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Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.