Help! Winter is Coming!

Winter is hard, especially when living in Canada where snow finds a way to get everywhere. We want to be stylish, but the drop in temperature causes us to get stuck in a bundle of fabric that isn’t very flattering. Shoes are basically the only way to showcase your identity during those long winter days. Fortunately, your plus size feet have six winter-friendly options in the “boots and booties” section of our website. 


Milly:

These plus size shoes are perfect for the winter season with their genuine pigskin leather. They're tough enough to withstand ice and road salt, are flexible and breathable for your big feet to have maximum comfort, and they're waterproof. Snow’s got nothing on you. Milly is easy to slip on and has a lightly padded insole for warmth. This bootie comes in two different materials, matte black and croc textured black. Pick your favourite or get both!


Carla:

She's your “going out” boot. Not only is she a beautiful shoe and able to pair with a variety of clothing, but Carla has your back on those slushy days. The outsole is made of rubber, which is waterproof, so stepping on the beginning-of-winter frost won’t bring on the cold or the wet. 


Christine:

Christine is a black-heeled bootie made of the same material as Carla. She has the same comfort and should be used during the beginning of winter. The differences lie in the design: the heel (which stands at 4 inches), the snakeskin texture, the boot height, and the zipper is silver. Christine takes the cake for the sexy boot of the century.


Hyacinth:

Hyacinth’s olive green is the perfect addition of colour to your winter wardrobe, not too bold for the season, but different from the usual black boots. The thicker heel allows you to wear it throughout the season without worrying about slipping on ice because it’s made of rubber. Who knew a winter boot could be both stylish and functional?


You see? Winter isn’t all bad! You’ve got your boots to help you walk you in style and functionality. Shop now before it gets too cold to leave the house without them!


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