OOTD: Keeping my toes toasty with St Anton 200 Waterproof Boots

Gillet: Jack Wills
Skirt: Primark
Leggings: Primark
Boots: St Anton 200 Waterproof Boots*

After doing this outfit post, it made me realise that layering will be evident from here on out! Thick knitted jumpers are a must right now for me and even better in cobolt blue. I definitely think this clothing for tesco item is of great quality and has a flattering v-neck. Playing around with my textures, the skirt is a soft velvet. I bought these thick footless leggings from Primark which are amazing, I now have my eye on the fleece lined ones. My Jack Wills gillet probably hates me as I hardly ever wear it, but it is ever so warm and my favourite bit of it is the hood… yes the hood. I find it roomy and the furr rim is lush 🙂

Boots are becoming more of a necessity as the Autumn period continues and as we get closer to Winter. This pair of boots could very well be ‘life savers’ in the up coming months.

These Hi-Tec St Anton 200 Waterproof boots are ideal for snow or mountainous walks. Where I live, there are so many national park attractions and walking destinations which these boots are great for. They are most definitely sturdy with amazing grips on the soles. Although they are chunky, they are fairly lighter than you would expect. The thinsulate insulation keep your toes toasty for the duration of your expedition, wherever that may be. I love the snow, so much so I want it to snow now so I can really put these boots to working use, but I know that isn’t going to happen right now… sigh.
The laces that tie up at the front make it ever so adjustable if you want a secure snug fit and the EVA sockliner adds to the comfortable soft insides.

I think these boots are very stylish with the fur rim around the top and perfect for a fashionista who is trekking and exploring some beautiful sights. For £79.99 these are a great investment for a lifetime.

Do you like the look of these boots?

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