What to Wear With Faux Shearling Boots


Not only are faux shearling boots totally on trend, they're also a fantastic way to keep your tootsies warm during the winter. These fashionable boots that perform double duty can be worn tons of different ways. If you've got a pair of faux shearling booties, find out how to wear yours to keep you warm and chic all winter long.

With Jeans

Keep your look casually chic and wear your faux shearling boots with jeans. Try them worn over skinny jeans so you can show off your whole boot. Add a T-shirt or a blouse on top and keep the comfy and cozy vibe going by throwing on an oversize boyfriend cardigan to top your look off.

With Leggings

If you didn't think there was anything comfier than jeans and a cardigan, think again. If you're really going for casual comfort, switch out your skinny jeans for leggings. You can style the rest of your look as you would have with your jeans. Just be sure that whatever you wear on top is long enough to cover your bum. Since leggings are super-fitted, keep your look more classy and cover up a little bit more.

With a Skirt

Try dressing up your faux shearling boots by wearing them with a skirt. If you want a real winter-weather look, try a long cashmere skirt. If cashmere is a bit much for you, any knit skirt will work. Add a fitted top for a slinkier, slightly sexy look; or keep it cozy with a chunky cable-knit sweater.

With a Mini

The mini look can be a little tougher to pull off, so navigate carefully. You'll want to make sure you're wearing a dressier shearling boot, so try a leather with a more subtle shearling detail -- and opt for a heel. Try keeping your look monochromatic: If you're wearing black boots, stick with a black dress. You want to make sure you look stylish but not tacky, so sticking to a neutral color palette helps.

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