The colder months are fast approaching, and the time of year will come to slip out of our sandals and into our boots. Choosing boots is a very personal style choice, and it can change as we get older.
I used to love the high heeled boots when I was younger but now opt for more comfortable and stable footwear. But I still like my boots to look stylish.
We don’t need to sacrifice style, and we don’t need to shy away from trends because we are older women. A wider heel can be an option over stilettos, for example. A good balance of style and comfort is what to look for.
I have friends in their 50s and 60s who still look fabulous in high heeled boots and others who are still rocking Doc Martens. I think they all look great because they are confident about their personal styles.
Boots and booties look great with jeans, dresses, and skirts. Some are waterproof and excellent for snow activities and others are just cute to wear. I’ve picked a variety of styles of boots that I feel are stylish, comfortable, and easy to wear for older women. From the warm snow boots to the cute boots with heels.
The Shellista III is a perfect cold-weather, waterproof boot from The North Face for the adventurous women up north. They feature a removable insulated insole for extra comfort and stylish faux-fur trimming.
I had a pair very similar to these when I was living in Canada, and I didn’t need to use the laces, just slipped in and out very easily.
Columbia makes quality durable footwear. These waterproof woven boots made of synthetic textile upper and suede overlays provide support and protection.
These soft leather booties have extra inside cushioning for all-day comfort. They are offered in regular and Wide widths. Booties look great with jeans and long skirts and dresses.
Booties are super trendy right now and these fashionable booties from Clark’s offer just the right combination of comfort and style.
Want a stylish bootie with a heel? This one from Sketchers offers a block heel that is comfortable and chic. One customer says, “Super comfy and super cute. I think I’ll be wearing these a lot! I’m glad I bought these boots.”
The fabric detail, buckle, and zipper give this calf-length boot just the right amount of style while staying classy. The block heel provides some extra height without compromising stability.
Wedges are a great way to get some height without losing stability – plus they are always trendy. These booties from Dr. Scholl’s provide an anatomical-cushioned footbed for all-day comfort and support.
These Frye boots are on the pricier side, but still very reasonable for a knee-length Italian leather riding boot. They come in an assortment of rich colors. Riding boots never go out of style and look great with jeans and knee-length skirts and dresses.
Do you need a wider boot? This riding boot from Sam Edelman offers a wider calf and a back zipper closure. Easy to put on and comfy to wear.
A thicker stacked heel will give you that extra height and these knee-length soft suede boots from UGG look stylish and are super comfortable.
Which boots are your favorite? Do you like to wear heels or keep to flat boots? Do you have any other suggestions for our community? Let’s have a conversation!