August 31, 2015


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To Sorel, or not to Sorel

Connie Tamoto on fashionable winter boots

The classic Caribou boot in black suede. I love that I can wear these boots with a tailored wool dress coat when the weather isn't too unbearable or with a fur hat and fitted parka on those extra cold days.
The Joan of Arctic Premium, nearly to the knee boot is an extension of the Caribou, but comes with a faux fur snow cuff to keep you extra warm. (CNS PROVINCE)
If you prefer a more
For something a little unique, the Cate of Alexandria or Conquest Carly Short boots incorporate style elements such as straps and snaps.
For something a little unique, the Cate of Alexandria or Conquest Carly Short boots incorporate style elements such as straps and snaps.
The classic Caribou boot in black suede. I love that I can wear these boots with a tailored wool dress coat when the weather isn't too unbearable or with a fur hat and fitted parka on those extra cold days.
The Joan of Arctic Premium, nearly to the knee boot is an extension of the Caribou, but comes with a faux fur snow cuff to keep you extra warm. - (CNS PROVINCE)
If you prefer a more "dressy" look, opt for the Joan of Ark wedge, which has the same moulded rubber outer sole that makes a Sorel a Sorel.
For something a little unique, the Cate of Alexandria or Conquest Carly Short boots incorporate style elements such as straps and snaps.
For something a little unique, the Cate of Alexandria or Conquest Carly Short boots incorporate style elements such as straps and snaps.

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