It may be March, but in New England, it is still winter. That means boot season is still among us.
My February shoe picks took a lot of my viewers and followers by surprise; especially my Serena Boot.
First off: these boots are ridiculously comfortable. I give them a 9 out of 10.
I wore these boots all day at work on multiple occasions and I had no issues with pain anywhere.
The quality of these boots are top notch. All of the stitching is even, there are no loose threads or missing stitches.
The Serena boot is made of faux suede. The heel measures 3.5 inches high, and about 2 inches wide.
These heels are extremely stable. Massachusetts is gearing up for another “nor’easter” and I know that these boots will get me through it, you know, if I want to wear heels.
The boots have a rounded toe. I know what you’re thinking, I love my pointed toes, however, the majority of the comfort of these boots, come from the fact that these boots are not pointed toe.
These boots are so versatile. They can be worn with skinny jeans, boot cut or flare jeans, leggings, and even with denim skirts.
The height of the boot is a very flattering height. It is not too high to cut off the length of the leg, but it is still considered a boot due to the fact that the ankle is covered by the shoe.
My favorite aspect of these boots, they have a faux fur lining.
My feet feel like they’re on clouds! It is almost like you’re wearing slippers! The faux fur helps keep the cold Massachusetts draft out!
You can get your own pair of Serena Boots here!
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