These Boots are Made for Nordic Winter Walking
(Fall-Winter boots pictured here: Miss Sixty Clairette lightweight knit boots with leather sole and wooden heels for that extra Norwegian winter log-cabin feel.)
No, actually not if you are going to venture out on the frozen Norwegian landscape off the roads in winter.
If you are heading to Oslo for a short city-trip holiday or if you are planning to be chauffeured or helicoptered around, then these boots are made for your Nordic winter "walking".
Nordic or "Fair Isle" prints have made a comeback this year in the fashion trend scene where knitwear, coats, gloves, ear-muffs, sweaters, socks and cardigans are all embellished with snowflakes. reindeer and pom-poms.
Boots are a staple footwear for winter as they keep your feet and legs nice, snug and warm. The taller the better if you ask me which type of boots I prefer. Layering them over tight jeans, pants or my favourite - wool leggings and another layer of patterned leggings over the wool leggings for an extra dash of fashion and comfort (warmth).
I have decided to purchase a new pair of boots for my Nordic expedition this winter and will be sharing my actual purchase - what I would really wear on holiday which is usually a tough choice between fashion and comfort, one which in the end meet with a tough compromise.