The winter weather is complicit to a plethora of wardrobe woes, not least among them stylish yet suitable footwear. Give your off-duty attire a seasonal lift with a pair of sturdy winter boots that will keep your feet on the ground yet elevate your weekend wear.
BERLUTI LEATHER BOOTS
Heritage Italian label Berluti have been crafting superb footwear for over a century, these beautiful boots are clearly the product of artisanal expertise. Remodelled from an old ski design, this luxury pair will serve you well in the city; tackling the harshest conditions with ease.
£1,670 from Mr Porter
RED WING 6-INCH MOC BOOTS
An American favourite, Red Wing have been around since 1905 and their work boots are a current season staple for many a stylish man, on both sides of the Atlantic. These 6-inch Mocs are an iconic silhouette for the brand and their high-grade leather and construction will last for many a year to come.
£229 from ASOS
GUCCI MEGURO TREKKING BOOTS
Gucci’s current venture into hardwearing boots has combined form and function to produce a pair of boots that are as at home in the hills, as they’re in town. With plenty of plush inner padding and pronounced treads, you’ll be stepping out in style despite the elements.
£455 from Selfridges
TIMBERLAND EARTHKEEPERS 6-INCH BOOTS
The definition of rugged, Timberland’s iconic 6-inch boots have been a winter staple for decades. This pair in a versatile, light brown leather are produced in an eco-friendly manner and their durability is second to none. They’ll stand up to the absolute worst the winter could possibly throw at you, from rain to snow.
£150 from John Lewis
O’KEEFFE ALGY LEATHER BOOTS
Slick and stylish, these O’Keeffe boots are as a good looking as they are hardwearing. The simple leather design atop rugged rubber soles crafts a boot that could so easily be worn to the office alongside a suit without an eyebrow being raised. Not just the reserve of the smarter side of the close, they could also provide the foundation for your casual wardrobe come the seasonal onslaught.
£555 from Mr Porter