The cool kids of Copenhagen Fashion Week street style know how to wear bright colors and outfits that feel downright fun. But in addition to their eclectic style, the Scandinavian fashion set has mastered mixing practical wintertime footwear with their vibrant style, too.
And while inclement weather didn’t stop a handful of fashion showgoers from stepping out in pointy stilettos or high-heeled boots. While there were a few brave soles sporting open-toe silhouettes, the majority opted for stylish iterations of snow and rain-ready winter-proofed boots.
Light blue lug soled Chelsea boots were used as a pop of color to brighten up looks made up of grey tailoring, and ocean blue rubber ankle boots contrasted pastel trousers. Moon Boots also made a handful of appearances, coupled with plaid midi skirts, fashionable fleeces, and acid wash jeans. And most memorable was a pair of yellow and purple lace-up duck boots worn with printed catsuits and patchwork knitwear. All of this to say, there’s no need to give up personal style for practicality.
Find 5 Copenhagen street style-approved ways to wear your winter boots. Plus, shop their looks below.
The Copenhagen Chelsea
Leave it to Scandi-it brand Ganni to offer bright boots in stompy silhouettes ideal for brightening up grey winter days. You’ll likely crack a smile when wearing a pair.
The Puddle Jumper
The short rubber boot has been a favorite among the street style set, probably because its rainproof practicality is offered in an array of Bottega Veneta-approved colors. Might we suggest styling in contrasting hues like above?
The Modern Duck Boot
Elevate your winter wardrobe with a pair of updated duck boots. Riffing off the classic two-tone body and sole, this pair in yellow, purple, and natural suede gives yet another stylish winter boot option to pair with your leggings and knits.
The Fashion Wellie
The Out of This World Snowboot
Bouncy and big, the Moon Boot is having its fashion moment this winter. Even Chloé and Moncler Genius have collaborated with the brand. Mix them in with clashing prints because maximal boots call for maximalist style.