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Awesome Boots For Your Daughter That Are Warm But Also Cute!

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Awesome Boots For Your Daughter That Are Warm But Also Cute!

Personal style is crucial to a young girl as she grows older. If you’re unsure what boots to get your daughter, we have made a terrific list of options just for you!

Sometimes it’s a challenge to look your best when the weather calls for warm clothing. She can stay bundled up and represent her personal taste by tying her outfit together with a great pair of boots. Cold climates can be unpleasant, but there’s no reason not to look nice!

You don’t have to sacrifice cuteness for comfort. Your daughter can look groovy while also staying warm by choosing any of these wonderful pairs of boots on the list. Read on! 

Faux Fur Lined Boot

Take the fluffiest steps in these stylish pink faux-fur lined boots from Justice.

The faux fur lined boot can be worn with pinks and other colors associated with femininity.

These shoes put a girly twist on the classic boot. The collar can be folded over so that less fur appears if desired. There’s also a lace-up option as well as a side zip-up option for easy on and off.

Justice sells the cutest tween and kids stuff, and the good news is they’re usually relatively affordable!

Emma Velvet Lilly Boots

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that velvet is in. And who’s going to do it better than Michael Kors?

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Michael Kors offers velvet boots for the girl that loves to stay ahead of the curve in fashion. These easy-going yet runway-worthy boots feature a long side zip, so they’re easy to take off and leave at the door.

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As you can see in the photo above, there’s also a long stretchy panel that gives a little wiggle room for fitting.

The structure is made from quality materials, but the best thing? She gets to show off that little MK logo on the side.

Quilted Adoraboots

The name of this next option is clever and adorable to boot!

It accurately describes this tall boot sold by Old Navy for under $25.

Imagine dipping your foot into such a luxurious boot like this and wearing it all day. It’s guaranteed to add pep to your step.

Ah, comfort. Add a pair of nice wool socks to the mix, and she’ll be cozy all through her school day.

The boot features a quilted detail and neutral tone, so it can go with light colors or dark colors. 

Mopsy Cozy High-Top

Payless has outdone themselves yet again. It’s a boot - with bunny ears!?

Right now, Payless offers these Mopsy High-Top Boots created by Brash and are on sale for only $19.99.

Seriously, how cute is your daughter going to look in a pair of these? There’s even a rabbits puff tail on the back. What detail!

Imagine her hopping around in a pair of these all year.

Suede Boots

If pink and fluff is not her thing, these grey suede boots from H&M are just the ones for her.

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There’s a certain elegance to this choice, even with the sporty white rubber sole. The understated bow on the outer part of the boot is a nice touch to an otherwise gender-neutral shoe.

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For more coziness, a thick wool or cotton sock will perfect this footwear!

UGG Boot

No one does it better than UGG. She probably already knows about UGGs so if she’s a fan, these are a go-to classic.

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Though the shape is undeniably UGG, the shoe giant often offers a wide range of styles. These purple boots with adorable bow ties and fluffy detail are to die for. They’re also offered in vibrant bright pink for the girl with a more daring spirit.

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If she’s into more of the classic, everyday look, brown is an option as well. She’ll have more outfit combination possibilities with this universal color.

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Choices, choices!

As with most of UGGs classic boot styles, this shoe offers a treaded sole that will help in resisting slips and falls.

As for the inside? It goes without saying that stepping your foot into an UGG boot is unlike any other experience. It’s downright heavenly!

Just make sure you invest in a good water-resistant spray to keep them in good shape for rainier days.

Sperry Top-Sider Saltwater Duck Boot

If you’re family is into getting really outdoorsy, the Saltwater Duck Boot from Sperry is prime.

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This is going to be the choice for wet-weather adventures. It laces up but comes with a convenient side-zip.

The rubber will keep the water out while the lining keeps her warm. The sole is made from rubber that is non-marking, so she doesn’t have to worry about scuffing up the kitchen tile or classroom linoleum.

Totes

Since we’re on a heavy-duty role, our next option is Snow Boot by Totes.

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She’ll look great casually, but this boot means warmth. It’s made for very cold weather conditions and serves to help her brave the elements.

Snow is no match for these hefty shoes. She can stomp around in slush and slosh with ease. It’s ideal for that challenging walk to school in the morning.

The North Face Shellista Lace Boot

A cool, brisk morning walk on the trail just got more fun. The North Face is a outdoorsy-person favorite and this boot is no different.

The Shellista Lace Boot will match most outfits with it’s toned-down colors.

These waterproof boots are winter-ready so she will be too!

Target Faux-Fur Boots

This list offers a variety of options from intense weather resistance to girly cute details. Our last option on the list is the most simple. 

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Target’s Hart Fashion Boots are straightforward yet still offer charm. It’s a clean, no logo boot with a chic faux-fur lining down the side and around the calf. Polish any outfit with these lovely boots from day to night.

Choose What Matches Her Personal Style

Above all, she needs a boot that reflects her personal fashion approach. Clothes are so important to a girl growing up. Make sure she’s comfortable in what she’s wearing by making sure what she wears on her feet every day counts. She’ll thank you for it!

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