5 Thigh High Boots You Need This Winter PLUS celebs who rock this trend

khanyi mbau boots winter trends

Here’s our pick of our top 5 thigh high boots for you to spice up your wardrobe with.

Winter fashion is big in SA. Data from Google SA, shows that South Africans start looking to get ahead of the fashion trends from April, with search interest increasing as the cold takes hold.

And the cold has definitely arrived. While ankle boots are currently the hottest trend, every girl still needs a good pair of thigh high boots to add extra flare to any winter outfit and to keep warm.

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1.Basic black

This winter go for sexy suede thigh high boots. They are  great for dressing up and going for a night out with girls, like Nomzamo Mbatha.

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TIP: Pair these boots with coated leggings, an over-sized shirt and fur gilet for a trendy look.

madison boots bona winter fashion
Available for R949 from Madison.

2. Just add tassles

Fringe or tassels have been a staple trend this year and it’s making its way into winter fashion.

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TIP: Pair these boots with knitted tights and a tunic dress with a long sleeved polo neck underneath.

winter fashion tall boots
Available for R755 from Plum.


3. Dare to be different

Black is not the only colour for tall boots this winter. Dare to be different, like Khanyi Mbau.

These chestnut beauties will keep you warm and stylish all winter.

bunny boots zoom bona winter fashion
Available for R899 from Zoom.


4. Keep it casual

These boots are a firm winter favourite. They are super comfy, perfect for casual occasions and look best when worn with a pair of skinny jeans, a plaid shirt and warm tan trench coat.

brown tall boots winter fashion
Available from Rage for R715.


Who wins in the battle of the boots this winter?

Fashion wars: While ankle boots may be taking the lead, our fave local celebs know how rock thigh high boots.


Data insights provided by Google SA