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Winter boots that won't break the bank: Keep cozy in style

by Lisa Flam /  / Updated  / Source: TODAY Contributor

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There is nothing worse than feet that feel frozen on a cold winter day. Cozy boots are the answer, but you don't have to break the bank to keep those tootsies warm.

Style expert Lilliana Vazquez offered lower-priced options on TODAY Wednesday with her "Luxe for Less" segment.

"When you think about these warm and fuzzy boots, some of them retail up to $300," she told Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb. "Everything we found here is under $50."

On, you can search a section devoted to fuzzy boots. Among Vazquez's picks: A tall model called the Fraser, and the Calgary, a shorter boot with fringe.

Winter boot trends

"I particularly like the little fringe ones," she said. "They're very in this season."

The next group came from Kohl's, and the boots had a slipper style that can be worn inside or out. They come in winter white, and a red-and-black buffalo check, too. "I love the idea of doing prints for the winter," Vazquez said.

printed boots
Keep warm in a pair of luxe for less boots in a print.Kohl's

Ankle boots work well on shorter women. Vazquez's pick for this style was a short boot from Kmart that comes in three colors.

"When you're a little bit shorter, sometimes the ones that go all the way to the knee make you even shorter," Vazquez said, "so I like an ankle boot version."

ankle boots
Keep warm and cozy in ankle boots.Kmart

And to mix it up a bit, from Target, her cool picks were a higher-cut sneaker with a cozy inside, and a classic mountaineering boot.

winter sneaker
Try a winter-ready sneaker style.Target

Here's to staying warm this winter! contributor Lisa A. Flam is a news and lifestyles reporter in New York. Follow her on Twitter: @lisaflam

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