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Top boots trends for Autumn Winter 2014 2015

Let's face it: one of the reasons we love winter is the chance it gives us to wrap up in layers of lush clothes and show off our personal style with the most gorgeous pair of boots we could get our hands on – or rather, our feet in! So get comfy and take a good look a our short guide on the hottest boot trends for autumn winter 2014 2015.

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Our fav designers have showed off a range of amazing winter footwear at their runaway shows worldwide, and we peeked and peer to make sure you got all the top tips on the best boots style out there for the grab.

First things first: the Autumn-Winter 2014-2015 season will definitely be marked by the knee-high boots trend. This is great new because these boots look fab with every style, adding personality and appeal to many outfits. With low heels, they are comfortable and uber-cool, with some amazing examples, in extravagant shapes and textiles, straight from the oh-so-hot catwalks from Chanel, Missoni and Alexander Wang.

If you want to dare more, why not try the tight-high style too? Even more feminine and posh, this look is proposed by fashion houses such as Fendi, Prada and Dolce & Gabbana. Their tight-high, high heels boots rocked hard on the catwalks, adding that precious wow-factor to any outfit.

Lastly, if you want even more extravagance, go for the gladiator style or the creative booty cut boots, the utmost sexy footwear choice for those who dare. Many are the versions of this season trend presented on the catwalks: from the classic booty cut on heels or wedges seen at Burberry and Prorsum, to boots elegantly halved along the middle, or, with the booty cut on the tip, turned into winter peep-toes. Elongated forms from David Koma, cuts on the side by Derek Lam or on the back by Donna Karan, these suggestive boots may not be the most practical for the cold, wet weather, but are definitely the hottest novelty off the catwalks for the Autumn-winter 2014-15 boot style.

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