1. Ash Saphir boots, £270 from sarenza.co.uk
Toughen up this winter in these biker-esque boots from Ash. With a slight raised heel and plenty of grip, these studded boots bridge the gap between masculine and feminine, thanks to the pretty butterfly appliquéd-stud detail. The leather toe and heel have also been distressed to add Ash's characteristic rawness to the style.
2. Aigle Polka Giboulé, £51 from sarenza.co.uk
These Polka Giboulé boots from Aigle are perfect if you love the outdoors and think there's nothing better than a brisk walk on a winter's morning. Made to perform, these boots offer protection from all weathers. This rubber boot comes with the added bonus of a quilted section around the calf padded out with softness. Ohh, now here's a snuggly boot to keep your tootsies warm when the temperature drops.
3. Pier One Ankle Boots, £75 from zalando.co.uk
Sophisticated with a classic cut, this winter version of the desert boot is dainty, cool and adds a bit of height to your outfit. Team with a patterned dress layered over this season's polo neck, tights and cable knit cardigan for the ultimate 70s feel.
4. Onitsuka Tiger Sekka Flake, £98 from zalando.co.uk
With the 60s swinging their way back into fashion for autumn/winter, a pair of silver snow boots from Onitsuka Tiger will bring your wardrobe bang up-to-date. Reminiscent of the space-age-inspired fashion of this revolutionary decade, these fur-lined boots will keep you warm. Team with a miniskirt, polo neck and Mary Quant-style bob for a full-on 60s affair.
5. Firetrap Blaze Trimmed Boots, £75 from amazon.co.uk
Texture was all over the autumn/winter 2011 catwalk and these boots are a great example of how to get your piece of the action. With a touch of fetish, thanks to the five-inch stiletto heel and strap, get your kink on and raise temperatures in skinny leather-look trousers and Firetrap's blaze trimmed boots.
6. Lauren by Ralph Lauren Sonya Boots, £310.25 from sarenza.co.uk
Before you balk at the price of these gorgeous boots by Ralph Lauren, it is important to remember that these are a classic piece of footwear that could, if looked after properly, last a lifetime. Timelessly elegant, Lauren by Ralph Lauren Sonya riding-style boots are made from high-quality leather and will be something you'll want to pull out of the wardrobe again and again. Team them with pieces made from heritage fabrics seen on the catwalk for autumn/winter like a tartan skirt or shift dress to be on-trend this season.
7. Ecco Biarritz Brogues, £120 from zalando.co.uk
With super-sized jackets and a male aesthetic dominating some of the autumn/winter 2011 catwalk shows, it would seem that killer heels are one way of giving this trend a feminine twist. Another way would be to team a pair of androgenous brogues with a feminine tea dress. These grey brogue boots from Ecco would look fab with a floral printed tea dress, wooly tights and 40s-style cardigan.
8. Killah Cesarie Lace Ups, £95.16 from javari.co.uk
Get your hands on a pair of tough-girl boots this autumn/winter to protect you from the cold and give you a rock-chic edge. The Killah Cesarie Lace-ups fit the bill quite nicely. Wear over your denims for a biker look or mix it up by teaming these with a pencil skirt. You may not see it quite yet but these will give the smart, sleek style a touch of Lara Croft and nobody messes with that iconic video game character.
9. Bourne Elle Ankle Boot, £180 from javari.co.uk
Dazzle 'em this winter in an abundance of jewel colours. Whether you want to drap your entire body in a palette of rich reds, emerald greens and citrine yellows or add a few touches like these gorgeous aubergine-coloured boots by Bourne. The soft suede and pretty bow detail of these stiletto boots will add an exuberant elegance to your autumn/winter style.
10. Little Marcel Yamoto, from £135 from spartoo.co.uk
Packed with charm and character, these Little Marcel Yamoto alpine boots are a must for fashionistas. The combination of a military-style heeled boot with cute knitted detailing will transform your autumn/winter outfit. Team them with a pair of shorts worn over tights, thick jumper, hat and scarf for an off-piste look. Even if you're not hitting the slopes this season, you can still rock the après-ski style.
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