Snow has finally arrived in PA, and of course as soon as my kids saw it they wanted to play all day in the cold white stuff. One of their requests when heading out in the snow was that I also join them for some snowball making, snow angel, sledding fun.
Now as much as I absolutely love hanging out with my kids, the only problem with their request is that I can not even remotely stand wintertime, cold or snow. See, I have a one track mind when it comes to weather and the only season that I have eyes for is summer. Give me Florida on its hottest day of the year over winter anytime and I am a happy girl.
Once I finally got over my shock of the fact that I would actually have to venture out into the cold and snow in order to fulfill my kids wishes, I realized that I don’t even own a pair of snow boots. I literally own every other type of shoe imaginable except for snow boots. Maybe I subconsciously thought that if I don’t buy them it won’t snow, or I will just have an excuse to not be able to go out in the snow. Whatever the reason was, it was time to finally buy a pair of snow boots and oblige my kids request.
As I started my snow boot search I realized that they could be pretty pricey, and that some were way too big, some were too clunky and some were not even a little bit fashionable. Of course my eyes were immediately drawn to the Sorel Women’s Tivoli II Boots, mostly in part to the lovely hot pink piping they had on them, but I decided that I didn’t want to pay that much for boots that I will hopefully only have to wear a couple of times. The search continued, and throughout my snow boot search I can happily report that I was successful in finding some fashionable snow boots that were also somewhat budget friendly.
Where Can You Buy Fashionable Snow Boots On A Budget?
- Nordstrom Rack. I found some very nice looking jet black Tretorn Eva Classics Waterproof Rubber Booties that would be perfect in rain, sleet and snow for under $55.00.
- Amazon. I searched for a while (as the prices vary depending on the size and color you choose), and I found a beautiful pair of gray tall Sorel boots for under $50.00 that just so happened to be my size (major shopping score)!
- tjmaxx. I happened to be pursuing their website and I found a beautiful pair of KHOMBU Herringbone Duck Boots for under $60.00. I continued searching their site and saw many cute snow and rain boots, some for even under $40.00.
- Marshalls also had some fashion forward snow boots for under $50.00, but you will have to head into the store as they don’t offer online shopping at this time.
- Target. They had a wide selection of good-looking women’s snow boots, for under $40.00. I am a big fan of the Women’s Pack Noelle Winter Boots. They come in four different colors, are mid-height and they kept my feet warm and still fashionable while playing in the snow.
Do you own a pair of winter boots, or are you like me and hoping that winter just quietly goes away?
Please feel free to leave a comment and share your favorite pair of winter boots that are budget and fashion friendly too.
Stay warm and happy shopping!
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