10 Winter Boots To Wear With A Suit

Now that winter has arrived with all it’s fury, it’s time to trade in those oxfords for a pair of boots. Of course, if you’re wearing a suit, you don’t want to strap on some furry pair of arctic moon boots and completely ruin your look. You also don’t want something that won’t stand up to the elements. So what you need is a great leather boot that’s sturdy, but with the low profile and clean lines that work seamlessly with a dressier wardrobe. From classic brogues to waterproof Chelseas, here are 10 winter-ready boots that will look amazing with a suit.

O’KEEFFE – FELIX WATER-RESISTANT POLISHED LEATHER WINGTIP BROGUE BOOTS

Polished and put-together enough for any suited-and-booted look. Plus: water-resistant leather.

$610, mrporter.com

 

Plenty dressy, with classic broguing and a sturdy construction that’ll keep the elements at bay.

$305, endclothing.com

 

Perfect if you want something that’s in the vein of a work boot, but still pairs nicely with your rugged tweed and flannel tailoring.

$349.99, redwingheritage.com

 

GUCCI – WEB DETAIL MILITARY BOOT

A military-style boot is great for winter—dress it up with a suit during the week, and feel free to wear it with jeans on the weekend.

$687, farfetch.com

 

TICKER’S – HENRY BROGUE CHELSEA BOOT

For the guy who won’t let winter stop him from wearing Chelsea boots.

 $489, endclothing.com

 

This is an advanced move, but if you want to add a little edginess and you’re feeling confident, it’s tough to beat a Doc Martens 8-eye.

CHEANEY – SCOTT SHEARLING-LINED LEATHER BOOTS

Made in England, so you know they can handle foul weather. They’re also shearling-lined for warmth.

$473, matchesfashion.com

 

MONCLER – VANCOUVER ANKLE BOOTS

A traditional leather boot but with an apres ski vibe. It might not be the thing for your next big meeting, but it’ll look great with a casual suit with a good bit of texture.

$446, farfetch.com

 

COLE HAAN – WARREN WATERPROOF CHELSEA

When you need something that’s completely waterproof (and easily paired with pretty much any suit in your wardrobe).

$250, colehaan.com

 

For the guy who refuses to wear anything that’s not made in Italy when he’s in a suit.

$2,630, mrporter.com