Parts of the UK are almost at a complete halt due to the snow. As a country, we tend to panic and shut down when the snow is any deeper than three inches. I’m not sure why, maybe because we talk about the weather so much – the minute it changes drastically we all freak out. Fortunately for me, I live in a small village so all the essentials are within walking difference. The only thing I don’t have easy access to is high street stores… which is wear online shopping comes in.
Riding boots have been in my closet since childhood, and they’ve always been a staple piece to own. They’re a boot that’s diverse and easy to style, and definitely suit the whole “country style” vibe. They’re quintessentially British, tall in size and look pretty posh.
As I don’t have access to a huge bunch of riding boots to try on and photography, I’ve but together a lil’ wishlist for the riding boots you need in your wardrobe.
The style of boot became popular from horseriding and traditionally have a low heel. The boots I’m rocking today are from Next (similar) and I’ve had them for aaaaaages. I remember my mum forcing me to invest in a pair because she said they’d be valuable in winter and go with casual and formal outfits. Mother knows best. Despite my hesitations, I bought these boots as they were on style and have remained in fashion ever since. They’re so ridiculously comfortable and have become a winter essential.