Why trekking boots are the shoes you need now

October 22, 2019

Trekking boots have long ceased to be considered only for, well, trekking. As a matter of fact, hiking boots are the trendiest footwear you can wear right now, and this is why:

1 – The most stylish girls said so

Our Instagram feed is full of stylish fashion editors and models wearing the chunky boots paired with all types of clothes. The hiking shoes are back from last winter, proving that you can invest in good quality footwear that will last you longer than one season only. Our favourite Spanish label, Bimba y Lola, has many options for trekking boots in store this fall, and not only are they beautiful but also affordable. Do check their online store.

2 – Tough but cute


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Trekking boots look fantastic when worn with girly dresses. The tough-looking shoes balance feminine florals and skirts. You can wear them with mini, midi or maxi skirts.

3 – Too cool for school


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The chunky boots are the surest and easiest way to give coolness to any outfit. Pair your trekking boots with tailored pants to add some edge to the classic garment.

4 – As comfortable as it gets


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Nothing beats trekking boots when it comes to comfort. They are warm and cosy and look amazing with jeans and an oversized pullover.

5 – These boots are made for walking


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Most designer labels have presented hiking boots; Gucci, Prada, Ganni, Stella McCartney, Proenza Schouler, and the trend keeps going strong this fall too. And although these shoes are incredibly stylish to go to the office or stroll in town, you can actually wear them for long walks in the woods or more extended expeditions!

Here is a selection with fab trekking boots to keep you stylish and warm. If you purchase something through the links in this post, Notorious-mag will get a commission.

Photo via Shutterstock by Street style photo, during Milan Fashion Week