Must-have boots for fall !

Boots season is upon us, bored of your old Uggs? let's try a new style of fashion boots that you can wear with every piece in your wardrobe and style really well,from Leather short boots to over the knee you'll find your favourites :) xx

tartan blazer | soft tee | leggings | over the knee boots
Those boots fit better to tall girls, they are really useful when you don't really like a pant and just want to hide it under the boots.
Knee length boots are a nice investment to make as they go well with tight-fitting jeans and knee-length skirts.

Knee high boots offer a great deal of benefits to the woman’s silhouette. Here are few tips to get the perfect pair of boots for any figure:
  • For women who have thick calves, they will look thinner in sleek styles and dark colors.
  • For women with thin calves, they will gain bulk in cowboy boots, slouchy styles, and prints.
  • Women should play around with different boot styles as the heel and toe have more to do with what her silhouette will look like than the actual height of the knee high boots.
  • For women who are looking to elongate their legs, a pair of pointed black stiletto boots would add length. However, a narrow wedge knee high boot is better for more visual balance if calves are a little thicker.
  • For women with thinner calves, they should stay away from knee high boots with skinny heels just like women with thicker calves should stay away from thinner boots.
Following these few tips can really transform a woman’s silhouette.
Knee high boots can look classy, chic, sophisticated, and much more. However, it is important that one know how to wear knee high boots in a way that is flattering.
I will attempt mid length boots with wool socks- the rest of this outfit seems simple enough
If you're on a budget and cannot afford to purchase a pair of skinny jeans to go with your boots, don't fret. You can still wear your flare or boot cut jeans with your mid-calf boots if you do it right. Before sliding on your boots, tuck in the sides of your jeans on your lower leg and fold the extra material to the side neatly. Next, use a rubber band (or hair elastic) or a pair of pantie hoes to tie the bottom of your jeans snugly. A pair of pantie hose or similar material is recommended as a rubber band can become uncomfortable after long hours. This will help to keep your jeans in place. Just slide on your boots and you're ready to go!
pencil skirt and ankle boots
White denim, frilly frocks, Bermuda skirts, midi skirts.Because the heights and styles of the ankle boots vary, there are certain ways one must wear them. Unlike cowboy boots or taller boots, the ankle boot can be worn with dresses, skirts, pants, tights, and shorts. The biggest consideration is pairing them with the right length clothing and wearing the right color of boots with an outfit. Ankle boots are hip, chic, and edgy, but one must know how to wear them.
the booties
The bootie is a mainstay of our fall wardrobe—ever-present, chic, and reliable. That said, we've been receiving more and more questions from women around us wanting to know how to make booties the backbones of their wardrobes as well. When you think about it, booties are harder to pull off than you would think: They have an ability to bisect your legs at an unflattering, ankle-hiding spot and toe the line between too-casual and too-formal.
A little bit glamorous. Love the wedge boots and studded bag.
How To Wear Wedge Boots – this may be a question you’ll find yourself asking this season. The wedge boot is hotter than ever and now’s the time to work this trend into your wardrobe. If you’re new to the wedge boot, finding ways to wear the trend may prove difficult. You won’t be the only person wondering how to wear wedge boots this season. You can wear them in the evening and style them like in the picture with some cute soiree dress and dance all night to the best song ever for a fun evening look. When looking at how to wear wedge boots this way, opt for sleeker designs in dressier finishes. Glitter and sequin finishes are all the rage this season, so if you’re brave, a wedge boot in a sequin finish is a great way for making a statement. If you want something more subtle, you can’t go past a black leather boot.
Combat Boots and Cutoffs
The combat boot look originated during the grunge era of the early to mid 1990s, but that doesn’t mean these boots are unfashionable today. Combat boots are rugged enough to create an intriguing contrast with soft, feminine clothes and simple enough to work with casual outfits while giving them a slight touch of visual interest. You can also use the boots to create an updated take on the grunge look that works by today’s fashion standards.
  • instead of pairing the boots with a girly top and skirt, you could also match them with a knee-length evening dress. The contrast between feminine clothes and masculine footwear is the same, except for the fact that you will be going for a more “womanly” look rather than a “girlish” look.
  • Try them with a layered blouse, short shorts, and if you want, tights.


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