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With our girls' boots for kids, toddlers, and newborns, keep her small feet toasty warm, dry, and lovely. She doesn't need hefty boots to have the complete coverage and support she need. Stride Rite has the latest styles of lightweight girl boots and booties so she can stay on top of her boot game without sacrificing comfort. We have baby and toddler girl boots in sizes 1 to 10 for your little ladies, as well as large girl boots in sizes 10.5 to 5. Shop for girls' boots in medium, wide, and extra wide widths to ensure that each pair fits her feet precisely. We use high-quality materials to ensure that your boots will survive in any weather. Whether she enjoys playing in the snow whenever she has the opportunity

Best overall Chelsea boots

They are also Freddie Harrel's favourite because of this, who founded the cosmetics firm RadSwan. Even though they are more laid-back, Harrel prefers them over the Floras for daily use because they give her outfits a "additional badass edge." They are comfortable to wear since they are constructed like a practical boot and have a style that "looks fantastic even while you're stepping through city slush," according to Jenni Lee, creator of the high-end sock company Comme Si. Abigail Dunn, the marketing manager for the New York Review of Books, agrees, pointing out that they stand out more among a sea of considerably thicker-soled Docs (but still stand up to heavy abuse). if you like drama Kule's Elizabeth Tamkin, manager of content and partnerships, recommended the Quad version of the 2976s, which has a platform that is 1.5 inches thick and a heel that is 2 inches high.

Best (less expensive) Chelsea boots

The Floras are unique from other Docs, with a glossier finish and lacking the iconic stitching that makes the boots famous, which is precisely why their followers like them. (After all, they were the duo who received the most mentions.) These strike a sweet spot for Nozlee Samadzadeh, a senior software engineer at the New York Times, that is neither too sleek nor too hefty. Additionally, the soles have a dual purpose in terms of functionality and fashion: Samadzadeh notes that the lower-profile heel stands out among other (higher) Docs and is non-skid to reduce sliding in the winter. The New York Times Magazine editor and well-known coat collector Iva Dixit concur that the more subdued sole "makes them seem a touch more grownup." Dixit has had her pair for years and said they are very well-made, seeming "used, but not battered up," with the black lustre acquiring a patina with time. This is seconded by Hannah Baxter, The Zoe Report's deputy beauty editor, who believes that the Floras are the "genuine thing" since they are created in Britain. Jenna Milliner-Waddell, an associate editor at the Strategist, wears hers all year long in case you needed any further persuasion.

Best chunky Chelsea boots

Both former and current Strategist employees appreciate the Swedish brand Vagabond. Former writer Chloe Anello, a loafer collector, names her Alex Ws as a favourite, while deals editor Sam Daly adores these Kenovas. Not to be a "Scandiphile," Daly admits, "but I did purchase them partially because the brand is Swedish." He continues, "I simply feel that the Swedes know how to design extremely classic, non-'trendy' items." She also waxes lyrical over the chameleon-like nature of the footwear. These are my jogging to the grocery store, going out shoes, and spending all day at a coffee shop, she says. Another feature is how cosy they are. Her "podiatrist would be happy of" the Kenovas despite the fact that she "all my life believed comfortable shoes meant they have to be unattractive."

Best platform Chelsea boots

It might be challenging to choose the correct platforms. Dixit claims that if your shoes are overly big or high, you will seem to be a preteen who recently visited Steve Madden in a suburban mall. Brenley Goertzen, a junior writer for the Strategist, claims that the Hayles, who happen to work for that particular firm, are an exception. Goertzen appreciates the juxtaposition between the statement-making lug sole and slightly flared heels of the boots and the ribbed-knit "sock" at the top of the shaft. According to Goertzen, the pairing gives the couple an edge over other traditional shapes. She also claims that they didn't need to be broken in since as soon as she put them on, she was able to stand for hours without experiencing any pain. Additionally, the Hayles were able to survive a bad red wine spill during a night out thanks to Goertzen, who was able to wipe up the spatter with a warm, moist towel.

Best lug-sole Chelsea boots

the Belle boots from Target's A New Day brand hold the distinction of being the least expensive boots on our list. For herself, her 4- and 5-year-old kids, and herself, writer Diksha Basu purchased three pairs of the white boots so that everyone in the group would match. Basu has copied her daughters by wearing hers with midi dresses, much as they do with ballerina skirts. Its longevity is one of their outstanding qualities. Even though my daughters are scootering erratically about town and I'm racing after them, all of our boots are holding up amazingly well so far, she claims. They contain a few minor scuffs, but nothing too severe; Basu likes their "grungy but not dirty" appearance. The boots' sole drawback is that they serve as a continuous reminder that we won't always have this.

Best tall Chelsea boots

Erica Ball, a personal shopper, came upon the Cecyls when shopping for a client. These Vince boots have a decidedly clean design; their only "embellishment" is a higher-than-normal shaft for a somewhat more dramatic impact. Vince is a premium brand noted for its fundamentals. Ball was drawn to these Chelsea boots because of their adaptability—she strongly believes in having a "curated closet"—and the fact that she can easily pair them with both a frilly dress and a leather jacket and raw-hem denim. If you use the "cost-per-wear" principle, Ball continues, the Cecyls are worth the expense since they are constructed of high-quality leather and are expected to last a long time.

Best Chelsea boots with a small heel

Blundstones are among our favourite all-around boots because of their durability and adaptability, as longtime Strategist readers will know. The Blundstone 63s, on the other hand, feature a short heel for a bit more panache than some of the brand's other products when you want something dressier. Mia Leimkuhler, editor of the Strategist newsletter, claims that "they truly simply go with everything and work for anything." Leimkuhler once carried just these shoes on a weekend vacation to Portland, Oregon, which included going to the ballet and climbing Multnomah Falls (note the emphasis on the word "everything"). The 63s are both durable enough to "withstand hard city walking," according to Nadine Abramcyk, a co-founder of the salon Tenoverten, yet feminine at the same time.

Best rugged Chelsea boots

Consider these Blundstones if you want something waterproof but don't want it to seem like a rain boot. Professionals who stand all day long highly praised them in our guide to the most comfortable shoes. Adina Halpern, a chef, wears the 1477s both inside and outside the kitchen. These provide greater support than the clogs and slides that are common in kitchens, and since they are waterproof and non-slip, they can withstand spills, including dirt and slush. On a floor smeared with beef grease in a butcher shop, Halpern herself tried them out and never stumbled.

Best cowboy-style Chelsea boots

Frye was one of the most often named brands when Strategist senior writer Liza Corsillo questioned real-life cowgirls and country musicians about their go-to cowboy boots. If you're not into tradition, you may like the Sachas, a modernised version of the Chelsea that singer Courtney Marie Andrews says is her all-time favourite and that she almost always wears. This is due to their comfort since, as she says, "Once you wear them in, they mould to your foot."

Girls Booties

With our girls' boots for kids, toddlers, and newborns, keep her small feet toasty warm, dry, and lovely. She doesn't need hefty boots to have the complete coverage and support she need. Stride Rite has the latest styles of lightweight girl boots and booties so she can stay on top of her boot game without sacrificing comfort. We have baby and toddler girl boots in sizes 1 to 10 for your little ladies, as well as large girl boots in sizes 10.5 to 5. Shop for girls' boots in medium, wide, and extra wide widths to ensure that each pair fits her feet precisely. We use high-quality materials to ensure that your boots will survive in any weather. Whether she enjoys playing in the snow whenever she has the opportunity

Best overall Chelsea boots

They are also Freddie Harrel's favourite because of this, who founded the cosmetics firm RadSwan. Even though they are more laid-back, Harrel prefers them over the Floras for daily use because they give her outfits a "additional badass edge." They are comfortable to wear since they are constructed like a practical boot and have a style that "looks fantastic even while you're stepping through city slush," according to Jenni Lee, creator of the high-end sock company Comme Si. Abigail Dunn, the marketing manager for the New York Review of Books, agrees, pointing out that they stand out more among a sea of considerably thicker-soled Docs (but still stand up to heavy abuse). if you like drama Kule's Elizabeth Tamkin, manager of content and partnerships, recommended the Quad version of the 2976s, which has a platform that is 1.5 inches thick and a heel that is 2 inches high.

Best (less expensive) Chelsea boots

The Floras are unique from other Docs, with a glossier finish and lacking the iconic stitching that makes the boots famous, which is precisely why their followers like them. (After all, they were the duo who received the most mentions.) These strike a sweet spot for Nozlee Samadzadeh, a senior software engineer at the New York Times, that is neither too sleek nor too hefty. Additionally, the soles have a dual purpose in terms of functionality and fashion: Samadzadeh notes that the lower-profile heel stands out among other (higher) Docs and is non-skid to reduce sliding in the winter. The New York Times Magazine editor and well-known coat collector Iva Dixit concur that the more subdued sole "makes them seem a touch more grownup." Dixit has had her pair for years and said they are very well-made, seeming "used, but not battered up," with the black lustre acquiring a patina with time. This is seconded by Hannah Baxter, The Zoe Report's deputy beauty editor, who believes that the Floras are the "genuine thing" since they are created in Britain. Jenna Milliner-Waddell, an associate editor at the Strategist, wears hers all year long in case you needed any further persuasion.

Best chunky Chelsea boots

Both former and current Strategist employees appreciate the Swedish brand Vagabond. Former writer Chloe Anello, a loafer collector, names her Alex Ws as a favourite, while deals editor Sam Daly adores these Kenovas. Not to be a "Scandiphile," Daly admits, "but I did purchase them partially because the brand is Swedish." He continues, "I simply feel that the Swedes know how to design extremely classic, non-'trendy' items." She also waxes lyrical over the chameleon-like nature of the footwear. These are my jogging to the grocery store, going out shoes, and spending all day at a coffee shop, she says. Another feature is how cosy they are. Her "podiatrist would be happy of" the Kenovas despite the fact that she "all my life believed comfortable shoes meant they have to be unattractive."

Best platform Chelsea boots

It might be challenging to choose the correct platforms. Dixit claims that if your shoes are overly big or high, you will seem to be a preteen who recently visited Steve Madden in a suburban mall. Brenley Goertzen, a junior writer for the Strategist, claims that the Hayles, who happen to work for that particular firm, are an exception. Goertzen appreciates the juxtaposition between the statement-making lug sole and slightly flared heels of the boots and the ribbed-knit "sock" at the top of the shaft. According to Goertzen, the pairing gives the couple an edge over other traditional shapes. She also claims that they didn't need to be broken in since as soon as she put them on, she was able to stand for hours without experiencing any pain. Additionally, the Hayles were able to survive a bad red wine spill during a night out thanks to Goertzen, who was able to wipe up the spatter with a warm, moist towel.

Best lug-sole Chelsea boots

the Belle boots from Target's A New Day brand hold the distinction of being the least expensive boots on our list. For herself, her 4- and 5-year-old kids, and herself, writer Diksha Basu purchased three pairs of the white boots so that everyone in the group would match. Basu has copied her daughters by wearing hers with midi dresses, much as they do with ballerina skirts. Its longevity is one of their outstanding qualities. Even though my daughters are scootering erratically about town and I'm racing after them, all of our boots are holding up amazingly well so far, she claims. They contain a few minor scuffs, but nothing too severe; Basu likes their "grungy but not dirty" appearance. The boots' sole drawback is that they serve as a continuous reminder that we won't always have this.

Best tall Chelsea boots

Erica Ball, a personal shopper, came upon the Cecyls when shopping for a client. These Vince boots have a decidedly clean design; their only "embellishment" is a higher-than-normal shaft for a somewhat more dramatic impact. Vince is a premium brand noted for its fundamentals. Ball was drawn to these Chelsea boots because of their adaptability—she strongly believes in having a "curated closet"—and the fact that she can easily pair them with both a frilly dress and a leather jacket and raw-hem denim. If you use the "cost-per-wear" principle, Ball continues, the Cecyls are worth the expense since they are constructed of high-quality leather and are expected to last a long time.

Best Chelsea boots with a small heel

Blundstones are among our favourite all-around boots because of their durability and adaptability, as longtime Strategist readers will know. The Blundstone 63s, on the other hand, feature a short heel for a bit more panache than some of the brand's other products when you want something dressier. Mia Leimkuhler, editor of the Strategist newsletter, claims that "they truly simply go with everything and work for anything." Leimkuhler once carried just these shoes on a weekend vacation to Portland, Oregon, which included going to the ballet and climbing Multnomah Falls (note the emphasis on the word "everything"). The 63s are both durable enough to "withstand hard city walking," according to Nadine Abramcyk, a co-founder of the salon Tenoverten, yet feminine at the same time.

Best rugged Chelsea boots

Consider these Blundstones if you want something waterproof but don't want it to seem like a rain boot. Professionals who stand all day long highly praised them in our guide to the most comfortable shoes. Adina Halpern, a chef, wears the 1477s both inside and outside the kitchen. These provide greater support than the clogs and slides that are common in kitchens, and since they are waterproof and non-slip, they can withstand spills, including dirt and slush. On a floor smeared with beef grease in a butcher shop, Halpern herself tried them out and never stumbled.

Best cowboy-style Chelsea boots

Frye was one of the most often named brands when Strategist senior writer Liza Corsillo questioned real-life cowgirls and country musicians about their go-to cowboy boots. If you're not into tradition, you may like the Sachas, a modernised version of the Chelsea that singer Courtney Marie Andrews says is her all-time favourite and that she almost always wears. This is due to their comfort since, as she says, "Once you wear them in, they mould to your foot."