Sienna Miller Found The Coziest Winter Boots — & They’re Still In Stock
Whoever said practical and trendy snow shoes don't exist has obviously never seen Sienna Miller's go-to winter boots — a pair that fuses together warmth and style with ease. The fashion icon was just spotted out and about in chilly New York City donning the ultimate cold-weather getup. And while everything about the look was pure perfection, it's her red-laced shoes that you won't be able to get off your mind. Good thing they're still in stock.
The 37-year-old, known for having curated the ultimate effortless yet elevated wardrobe, was photographed on the streets of Manhattan on Jan. 15, wearing an outfit that struck the perfect balance between style and comfort. The good news? It's actually really easy to emulate her cold-season getup — you can score some of the exact pieces Miller wore with the click of a button.
The base of her look consisted of a sage-green bomber jacket, an outerwear staple she's worn countless times before. The top layer, which rings in at $150, hails from Alpha Industries and has that just-right oversized fit, making it the ideal piece to throw on over even your bulkiest knits. She skipped her usual go-to jeans, and opted instead for a pair of dark-blue corduroy pants — a slightly heavier material that's sure to keep your legs warm when below-zero wind strikes.
Prepare to toss your classic UGGs aside, because Miller has officially found the fashion-forward replacement in the form of a pair of Isabel Marant boots. Designed in a camel-colored, suede upper, the pull-on shoes marry practicality (think: a warm, shearling-lined interior and a flat rubber sole to ensure durability) with trendy elements, such as statement rope laces and a sleek brown leather trim.
Miller's shoes appear to be more of a boot-slash-sneaker hybrid — and a quick search through some of the offerings on top retailers reveals the market is chock-full of the style. Ahead, The Zoe Report rounded up the best Miller-inspired boots, including the actor's exact pair.