Urban Native Girl Muks It Up
February can seem like a cold and dreary time as we greatly anticipate spring’s arrival. Why not embrace the slight chill, and maybe actually enjoy it? Mukluks are a great way to keep your feet warm and toasty while being uber-fashionable on a cold day.
Who needs to wait for those flowers to bloom when you can wear them on your feet? These charcoal Métis mukluks are practically begging for you to put on your skinnies and dip your feet in. They’ll be sure to keep you warm and cozy during these withering winter nights.
Get it @: Endless, $330 USD
Manitobah Mukluks is an Aboriginal owned and operated business that is true to our community spirit. They have an artisan program featuring “Story Boots” by Native artists. This pair is by Manitoba Cree artist Edna Nabess. Feel good about what you put on your feet.
Get it @: Manitobah Mukluks, Price upon request
On the Wedge
These smoking boots give you the best of both worlds: You get the comfort of the suede and the fur and the vertical boost (for those of us not naturally of supermodel height) courtesy of the wedge. This is the style that you’ll want to wear when you’d like to dress to impress despite the crisp temperatures. The added stud details just further amp up the fabulous factor—it’s the perfect meld of a few different worlds.
Get it @: Muks, $257 USD
If you need a boot that will look fantastic now with your black wool coat, and will look right at home through spring, this number's soft, supple leather and slight detailing are precisely what the doctor ordered. If you are really feeling adventurous, pair it with a floral cotton dress when spring chases the winter clouds away.
Get it @: Manitobah Mukluks, price upon request
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