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The Best Women’s Sneakers for Winter

Women love a chic pair of boots in the winter, but women’s casual sneakers are also a great choice for the colder temperatures. They may not be as warm as a cozy pair of sheepskin boots or provide as much coverage as a daring pair of over-the-knee boots, but they still serve up a lot of style and plenty of comfort when it comes to everyday wear.

 

Not Your Average Tennis Shoe


Women’s casual sneakers and women’s athletic sneakers are two totally different things. While you can easily slip into a pair of running shoes and a pair of jeans to go to the movies, athletic sneakers aren’t nearly as fashionable as women’s casual sneakers. In fact, they can make you look downright sloppy, or like you just came from the gym. Women’s casual sneakers come in a variety of different styles and are a little less sporty than your average tennis shoe. You can choose from slip-on, canvas, and lace-up styles, and so much more.

 

Ideas for Women’s Casuals for the Winter


If you prefer a style less sporty for winter try to choose a  ballet flat or slip-on style in a darker shade, such as grey, navy or black. Dark browns and rich burgundies work great as well, and they blend nicely with the shades of your fall and winter wardrobe. Women’s casual shoes are so versatile, thanks to their solid-colored suede, leather, and fabric materials.

 

For a all-year round brand that creates great winter casual shoes as well as sneaker styles, sandals and loafers check out the Naturalizer range available at Styletread.

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