The Winter Boot Trend That Just Feels So Right

Shearling Boots Street Style

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You know what’s just lovely? When a fashion trend emerges that is not only aesthetically pleasing and luxe but functional too. And, much to my delight, it’s actually been happening pretty often lately. On a bigger scale, we got the bourgeoisie and utility trends for F/W 19, and on a more micro-scale, there have been a handful of specific trending items that are proving to make dressing fashionably for the weather at hand a lot easier. Just a few examples include the sleek leather trench, versatile suits, cool-but-cozy cardigans and the topic of today’s post: shearling boots.

While we knew that they were coming ever since we saw them (literally) walk down the F/W 19 runways back in February, now that winter is actually on the horizon and the temperatures reflect it, the trend is finally gaining steam and becoming wearable. To see how Celine, Chanel, Isabel Marant, and more iterated on the cozy boot style and to do some shopping along the way, just keep scrolling.  

Celine F/W 19
Shearling Boots Celine F/W 19

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These are pretty much famous at this point.

Don't think the beige trend is over just yet.

Camel-toned boots with a touch of on-trend shearling are always a yes for us.

Eckhaus Latta F/W 19
Shearling Boots Eckhaus Latta F/W 19

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These definitely look way more expensive than their price tag.

You can always count on The Row to get in on any trend that is both functional and fashionable.

Hands down, Paige makes some of the most comfortable boots I've ever worn.

Chanel F/W 19
Shearling Boots Chanel F/W 19

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The coziest take on combat boots I've ever seen.

Isabel Marant F/W 19
Shearling Boots Isabel Marant F/W 19

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You know this pair will look good with all your minidresses.

I love that these can be worn straight up or rolled down.

Up next? I spent over 10 hours shopping for leather trenches—these are the best out there.