Shimmer in metallics this winter
This winter, blogger Ji from The Classy Cloud chooses the shimmering accents of the "Kitz" lace-up booties from the Högl Kitzbühel range
The temperatures are beginning to drop and we’ve already put away our beautiful, colourful summer shoes. So what can we do to jazz up our feet over the cold months ahead?
While black is always a safe bet, especially if you want your boots or booties to match any outfit, who doesn’t love a bit of sparkle?
With a day trip to the mountains on the cards, I spent a lot of time pondering over which pair of comfy shoes would best suit the weather conditions, eventually deciding on these fur booties in trendy metallic bronze.
The shiny leather is a real eye-catcher and the warm, bronze tone goes perfectly with my bright outfit - as I don’t like dark clothing. The boot comes up high enough to keep your whole foot warm, with the fur nestling snugly around the leg. A lovely little touch is that the Kitzbühel logo is incorporated into the sole of the shoe, meaning you can make super cool tracks as you walk through the snow.
Other essential items for a trip to the mountains? Definitely a backpack for your supplies. I chose a bronze metallic backpack to match the lace-up booties, also part of the Högl Kitzbühel range. With its handle, you can also carry it as a handbag.
These booties are incredibly comfortable, and together with the backpack they make the perfect stylish companion for snow days or trips to the mountains.
I am now officially prepared for the cold season!
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