Much like the puffer jacket, the term "snow boot" can be shudder-inducing style-wise, which is why you'll see so many fashionable women riding it out with some unlined rain boot in the snow. We *know* that you can find a winter boot that can do both, though, which is why we've rounded up several fashionable and weatherproofed options to help you survive this winter in style. See all of our picks, ahead.
30-degree-and-below-weather-approved. These rubber chelsea rain boots also double as snow boots, and they’re probably the warmest shoes you’ll ever own—featuring an incredibly plush liner.
Everything's beautiful about this boot, from the faux-fur accents to the front-zip closure that doesn't actually require you to hassle with laces before you head out into the cold.
North Face, $150
These tall North Face boots will go with practically any outfit, equipped with waterproof suede to protect you from any wet conditions you find yourself in this winter.
These lavender gray booties give you the break from the classic brown and black color scheme you’re used to during the winter. Plus, they’re insulated so they’ll keep you *super* warm.
This color-blocked bootie finally has the style your snow boots have been missing. (C'mon, just look at that fringed tassle.) Perfect for that next ski trip you're taking, or you know, that walk around the block.
Chloe x Sorel, $515
We're filing these not-so-subtle apres-ski shoes under "Winter Boots We'd Actually Want to Pair with a Regular Outfit."
Found: a duck boot you'll *actually* want to wear. No second-guessing yourself this time.
When you want a boot that doesn't feel like you're wearing ankle weights, try a compact pair that's actually got some great color-blocking going on.
& Other Stories, $195
High tops, but make it weather-proofed.
What's not to like about a *plush-lined* rain boot?
Like a warm hug for your feet, that looks like it's ready to weather the apocalypse.
Chiara Ferragni, $300
Moon boots designed by blogger Chiara Ferragni that look like you're bringing the party to outer space.
Helly Hansen, $170
The "no snow in my socks" type of snow boot that ensures you'll be toasty at least from the knee down.
Ready for whatever 2018 is planning to throw our way the rest of the winter.
Ilse Jacobson, $170
For girls who live in their Dr. Martens boots in the fall, but want the added warmth come snow season.
A hiking boot/duck boot hybrid that's subtle enough to wear on the daily.
The kind of "boots with the fur" that T.Pain was referring to (we're sure of it) that are equipped to keep your feet toasty in even the negative degrees.