Boots for winter business travel

It’s December, and chilly weather is sweeping the nation. It’s not always easy to stay warm and dry this time of year, especially during frequent travel. Here are two pairs of boots for winter business travel that look great, are comfortable, and will keep you snug as a bug in a rug (or lucky-baselwhatever the saying is) for the season.

Lucky Basel booties. I got these booties last fall and I cannot say enough good things about them. They are comfortable, warm, and so, so cute. They come in about 20 different colors, although I have the versatile Toffee. While I primarily wear them with dresses and tights, they look great with pants too. I haven’t had a chance to wear them in the snow, but I have worn them in the rain and they’ve held up really well. There was a brief period of breaking-in, but now they fit perfectly. They start at $46 on

La Canadienne Thea. There are so many things I love about the Thea boots. They are available in leather and suede, giving you options based on your desired aesthetic. According to the reviews, they’re fur lined, which keeps you especially toasty when it’s freezing. All La Canadienne boots are weatherproof and waterproof so you can wear them even when it’s icy, plus they have non-slip soles so you won’t, well, slip. And the clean lines make them gorgeous and work-appropriate. They are a perennial reader favorite and start at $138 on Amazon.

Readers, what boots are you wearing these days?


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  1. Great post. many thanks.

    A slightly different version of these boots (, bought on sale in a prior year, are my go-tos for travel and work generally in bad weather. Of course, in Tennessee where I live, we do not get the harsh cold. But I have worn then on business trips int eh Northland, and with tights or socks, they hold their own in most weather conditions for to-from journeys.

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