From Kate Middleton To Victoria Beckham, See Who's Rocking Winter Boots: Style Spotlight

14 December 2012 by

There's no doubt about it the cold has snapped! Leaving us Grazia girls all reaching for our winter boots and it seems we're not the only ones, even the usually bare legged A-list glossy posy including the likes of Victoria Beckham and Miranda Kerr have been pulling on and zipping up in knee-high boots. 

However the winter chill hasn't caused these style mavens to falter from their signature looks, no siree! Take Mrs. Beckham, who's successfully added her knee high, platform Christian Louboutin boots to her trademark figure hugged wardrobe- look closely at Victoria's outfit (in the gallery above) and you'll see nothing's changed but her footwear.

Much like Kate Middleton's MQ Alexander McQueen tartan dress outfit- a typical silhouette for the Duchess of Cambridge, which she's transformed into a winter look with the addition of some black opaque tights and suede knee high boots.

Another glossy gal who has nailed the winter boots trend is Miranda Kerr, we can almost hear the New York City car horns sounding when looking at her foxy ensemble (in the gallery above), she's successfully teamed her over-the-knee Hermes boots with an Alexander Wang sweater dress, revealing just the right about of thigh... ooh er!

Flat boot queen: Olivia Palermo

But we all know that with December comes wet weather and icy conditions and this is when flat, knee-high boots really come into their own, as let's face it: there's nothing chic about sliding around the pavement in stilettos on the way to work!

And for more casual (but equally cool) boot ensembles we look to the likes of Jessica Alba and Gwen Stefani (see gallery above), and Olivia Palermo whose perfectly put together boot outfits (see above) make for great style inspiration. Note how Olivia's teamed her over-the-knee flat boots with either matching opaque tights or tucked in skinny trousers, giving her never ending pins and seriously chic results. Top marks!


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