We know some trends, come and go really quickly, but some are meant to stay and reinvent themselves every year. We are talking about an item that has been making it to the fashion runs for the last years and it doesn’t seem to be going away. All the celebrities and fashion week attendees are proving this point. We are dedicating this article to HIGH KNEE BOOTS and of course, we are going to give you tips to style it with your favorite knitwear. So, pay attention!
If you think there is no way to keep wearing your dresses and skirts because is getting colder…well, you are SO wrong. High knee boots are the solution, they will keep your legs warm while adding a magic touch to your outfit. Don’t be afraid of playing with the skirt length, not only form miniskirts go great with these shoes, midis and even maxis with slit details will work great.
We propose two different options for wearing your boots. First one, matching it with your skinny or straight-leg pants, so you can tuck them in your high knee boots. But it doesn’t mean that your wide-leg favorites are out of this, because the great thing about this trousers is that you can easily wear your boots beneath them, you will be warm and in style, you can use here a good pair of sock boots. Complete this look with your favorite sweater and you’re ready!
Chunky sweaters, oversized sweaters… we all love them in this season, we are all searching for those cozy items to be a part of your look. And we have great news, high knee boots are also a great complement for these pieces of clothing. You will never go wrong with this outfit, and depending on the boots you choose, whether they are flat ones or the ones with high heels, the vibe of your outfit can go from “grocery shopping afternoon” to “Night out with friends”.
So now, you know, that investing in good high knee boots is a great choice, because they provide you with lots of different ways to style your outfits with this item. Also, we encourage you to buy sustainable brands when choosing your footwear.
I hope you liked this styling post,
Until next post,