It’s that time of year again where the days are getting shorter and colder – all a sign that Winter is fast approaching! If getting out the house isn’t tricky enough some days, now there’s coats to zip up and scarves to tie. But there’s also nothing more refreshing than a crisp autumn walk, with the promise of hot chocolates back at home after to warm up again! With that in mind, check out our 5 footwear suggestions to help you and your little ones tackle the elements this season comfortably and stylishly.
You can’t beat a pair of Kids Hunter wellies in a neutral black shade. They go with everything, are easy to wipe clean and most importantly will keep those small feet dry. You can make them more snug by adding in some welly socks!
A favourite of North West, these tough little boots are ideal for long walks and playtime at the park! This unisex style fastens with a zip at the side, making them easy to slip on and off after any adventures. They might be pricey, but if you’re an outdoorsy family then the quality of these boots will make them worth the investment.
Brighten up those grey days with some metallic shoes that not only look cute, but are made by specialists to provide optimum support and comfort. Danish label Ecco use premium materials to craft each pair of shoes, so you can trust your new little walker will be all set to take on those new terrains! 4. Vans Atwood Toddler Shoes
For dry days these practical shoes from Vans are great for slipping on when you’re in a hurry. The easy velcro straps mean that it won’t be long before your tot is having a go at doing them up himself. We love how they go with almost everything and the thick sole helps them stay looking great even after lots of wear.
Sometimes socks aren’t enough! These super cosy slippers ,made from genuine Twinface sheepskin, are great for roaming the house in and pairing with jim jams for those snuggly evenings spent under the duvet.
Have you invested in some new A/W shoes for your kids? What’s your favourite pair? We’d love to hear!
*This post was written in partnership with Charles Clinkards.