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Winter Shoe Shopping Made Easy with CJG at Topshop and Maison Martin Margiela for H&M

It’s that time of the year again when you really HAVE to buy new footwear out of necessity and not just indulgence. So, it should be some on-trend winter boots as well as a pair of hot party heels that are taking precedence on your shopping lists right now. Finding the perfect pair of winter essentials is never an easy task, but here are a couple of collaborations about to hit the high-street that should help you to narrow down your search just that little bit.

CJG at Topshop

Just in time for the festive season, Topshop’s heiress, Chloe Jade Green, has created her second shoe collection for the high-street giant, and by simply looking at the pics of her gorgeous new range, we’re guessing that it’s set to be equally as successful as her début line. This time around, she aims to mix girlish elegance with an element of rock, so the line is comprised of sky-high heels, rock chic biker boots, and dainty ballerina flats. Just like before, each pair is completed with her trademark green sole. Hit those festive parties in a pair of her studded peep toes (below left, £115), or stylishly trek through that winter snow in a pair of her biker boots (below right, £165). Shop the entire collection at CJG for Topshop.

Maison Martin Margiela for H&M

When Maison Martin Margiela recently hit H&M with his avant garde pieces, we were super excited that we could channel our inner Gaga and dress a little bit more out there… as well as add a little bit of French chic into our loud British wardrobe! Duvet coats and gloved handbags aside, the collection also features some very fashion-forward footwear. Traditional winter boots are injected with a couture twist, as heels go Perspex (below left, £199), as do the party heels (below, right £149), which would look perfect with an array of Christmas party dresses. Check out the full collection here

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