Styles to re­fresh your wardrobe at this week’s Shab­bat UK

The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE - BY TA­MARA CORIN

BOOTS AND win­ter go hand- i n- hand. I t ’ s a l most a c o mpul­sory fash­ion rule that you buy a new pair of boots ev­ery win­ter. This isn’t just me mak­ing an ex­cuse to en­rich my wardrobe with bur­gundy bik­ers and 70s suede tas­sels. A new style will eas­ily see you through the next six months. De­sign­ers gave clear mes­sages that all styles from knee-highs to comfy flats are set to cre­ate a storm in shoe de­part­ments this win­ter. Al­though the choice is wider than ever, don’t be tempted by boots that tick just the one box — styles you can team with trousers but not skirts. Seek out a boot that does sev­eral jobs ac­cord­ing to your life­style. The ur­ban woman needs a prac­ti­cal style to see her through rain, pave­ments, walk­ing to shul, a busy week­end — as well as the work­ing week. Think wedges, flats and block heels.

If you’re sim­ply jump­ing in and out of cars and can tip­toe your way through a few muddy pud­dles, then the boot world is your oys­ter.

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