Combat boots never seem to go out of style. They’ve become a staple piece of footwear in many a woman’s shoe wardrobe. This season I updated my boot wardrobe with a couple pairs of new combat boots c/o Thursday Combat Boots. They both have a very classic look, as far as combat boots go, though one pair has a slight heel which I love for creating a slighter longer, leaner silhouette. It’s a feminine take on the combat boot.
There are so many ways to style combat boots. Here are a few different outfit ideas for styling combat boots for winter and how to style them beyond the cold season.
Thursday Combat Boots
These classic combat boots by Thursday boots have shock absorbing insoles and rubber grip lug outsoles. I tested them outside in the snow for a few minutes on the first snowfall of the season with my kids and am pleased to report they held up, keeping my feet dry. While they are certainly not snow boots, it speaks to the quality of their construction. They have a comfortable platform of 1.5 inches, and an inner zipper to make putting them on and off simple and easy.
These boots come in seven colors, including white, carbon, burgundy, and olive. The ones I’m wearing are a classic black.
Style Your Combat Boots with a Long Printed Jacket
With a Cropped Fleece Zip Up and Cropped Jeans
Heeled Combat Boot
These heeled combat boots from Thursday Boots blew my mind when I first saw them! A way to blend the utilitarian style of a combat boot with a feminine touch! The heel is a stacked leather heel of 3.25 height. They have a shock absorbing insole with a custom developed rubber outsole that I find to provide great support. The boots easily go on and off with the help of a side zipper so there is no hassle.
Feminine Style with a Heeled Combat Boot and Double Breasted Black Coat
Make an ’90s Statement with Gold Accessories, a Sweatshirt Dress and Black Leather
**The sweatshirt appears as the red boot image, click to view the oversize sweatshirt.
Create a Longer Silhouette with Leggings
Do you own a pair of Thursday combat boots or any kind of combat boot in general? Let me know in a comment below!