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If you are looking to keep your feet dry during this icy cold weather, look no further than Kate Middleton's super cozy snow boots that provide the perfect protection in any condition.
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The UK is currently facing icy conditions as the temperature has dropped and snow has fallen across the country. The freezing conditions have made a lot of people question what they should wear in the snow, and how they can keep warm in these chilly conditions.
For those who are looking for style tips, Princess Catherine's choice of wardrobe is always a safe bet for looks that are both weather-appropriate and stylish. The Princess and her team of stylists had to work out how to keep the Princess warm and dry when she visited Stockholm back in 2018 when she was pregnant with Prince Louis.
The weather conditions were snowy and the Princess was required to take part in outdoor appearances and events. This meant that she needed to be wearing warm and grippy boots that would prevent her from falling on the snow and hurting herself and her unborn baby.
The stylist's solution to this was to dress the Princess in a pair of Sorel boots built specifically for the snow.
The boots from Sorel are the perfect winter boot that look fashionable but also provide a great deal of grip and traction, to ensure that the wearer is in constant contact with the ground. Catherine wore the grey and black boots with a lace up front to ensure they are tight to the foot and providing as much support as possible.
Kate's boots also featured a fluffy fur lining. This meant that the Princess' feet were warm while sitting inside these boots. There was also an outer waterproof lining to ensure that any melted snow or water wouldn't soak through the shoes, and the Princess' feet would stay dry.
Women's Whitney Short Lace Winter Boot, £130 | Sorel (opens in new tab)
The cosy-meets-sporty style of these lightweight boots makes them a go-to. On top of being waterproof, they're filled with 200g insulation and lined in warm microfleece. The cushioned EVA footbed is made for miles and miles of wear, with molded rubber soles for extra grip.
Sorel sells a number of different boots that are appropriate for the winter and the snow. Sorel is also one of the best brands for winter warm wear and sells some of the best winter boots to keep you snug and stylish. This could be why Catherine is such a fan and why the brand becomes increasingly popular as the weather worsens.
Laura is a news writer for woman&home who primarily covers entertainment and celebrity news. Laura dabbles in lifestyle, royal, beauty, and fashion news, and loves to cover anything and everything to do with television and film. She is also passionate about feminism and equality and loves writing about gender issues and feminist literature.
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