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/ Source: TODAY
By Sarah Epstein

It’s getting cold outside, but no winter blues here. Winter cold means winter fashion: sweaters, hats and most importantly, boots!

Celebrity stylist Melissa Garcia stopped by TODAY to talk this season’s best boot styles and ways to wear them.

“Anyone can wear any of these looks,” Garcia told Natalie. See her picks below!

Over-the-knee boots, Bloomingdale’s


“Pretty Woman effect” no more. This style can be classy and cute, and you don't need to be a model to try it.

“A lot of women who are shorter feel that they can’t wear over-the-knee boots,” Garcia explained, “but you absolutely can.” Just pair your boots with pants of the same color, and your legs will look longer no matter your height.

You can wear these boots with skirts or dresses too — just make sure to keep it tasteful and not show too much skin!

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Lace-up boots, Topshop


Missing your gladiator sandals? These boots are the perfect transition to winter.

Lace-ups are the stars of the show. Pair them with something simple to make sure they shine. But not all boots are created equal. “Make sure you get a zipper with these,” Garcia warned.

Furry boots, Aldo


A highlight on the runways this year, the furry boot is stylish and will keep your toes from freezing, too.

Great for when you need to walk around in the cold, try these boots on the weekend with a sweater.

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Ankle boot, Zara (available in stores only)


Maybe the most versatile of boot styles, these boots work for everyone and look good with everything.

Ankle boots come in both high and low styles and look equally good with jeans as they do with a dress.

Western boot, Century 21 (available in stores only)


This “cowboy boot that’s been reinvented” is extra sleek and full of fringes.

Like the ankle boot, the western boot is very versatile. Pair it, as Garcia did on the show, with jeans and a sweater, or lighten up the look (literally!) with a dress.