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geox boots When the colder months roll around one of the first things Aesthetic House does is rush out and invest in a new pair of winter boots. Has there ever been an item of clothing more important when you live in the temperamental temperatures of the UK?

This autumn/winter, Italian company Geox has come out on top with a mixture of exciting brightly coloured yet practical boots.

If you want to make a statement this season opt for a pair of pretty coloured boots. With a sensible heel, the red Inspiration Stiv ankle boots are the perfect pair to blast away the winter blues without having to worry about breaking your neck on your commute. They’ll brighten up any gloomy day and help put a spring in your step as another Monday morning rolls around. If you’d prefer to opt for the reoccurring pink theme that’s been all over the catwalk, the Kali boots are calling you name.

The small wedge heel on the tan Amelia Stivali ankle boots  make them the perfect accompaniment to a skinny jean. Smart, stylish and comfortable – what more could you possibly want? Rock up wearing these to work and everyone will be clambering to ask where you brought them from.

Western-style boots come back into fashion year upon year so these Twinka ankle boots will be a sound investment. Finally you just can’t go wrong with a simple pair of black ankle boots – after all what else goes with everything in your wardrobe? The heel on these Mahalia ankle boots is high enough to make a statement but not too high for you to be waddling like a penguin in the ice.

We hope you have your winter boots sorted – the weather is getting chiller!

Sophie Warner is a fashion and lifestyle blogger who constantly thinks about various ways to stuff her face. As the health and lifestyle editor of Aesthetic she thrives on finding healthier alternatives to her favourite meals, filling her bedroom with vintage junk and exploring the delights of London Town. You can find her Tweeting at @sophiesophuk.

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