OVER THE KNEE BOOTS

Over the knee boots are great for winter time, when you want to be warm and stylish simultaneously. You can throw them on when you feel like wearing a skirt but don’t want to be shivering. It’s a strategic way to cover up those legs. Or, you can wear them over your jeans for some added warmth. No wonder they’ve been trending for awhile now.

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Suede’s recently been in style, and it’s perfect for spicing up your look for a night out. Wear black boots to make your look classy and polished.

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Add a pop of wintery color to your outfit with these khaki/tannish colored boots. The light color will contrast well with darker shades, so maybe wear with a black dress or coat.

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For everyday wear, put on your casual jeans with your knee high boots. This is perfect for even walking to campus or class. Add a motorcycle jackets and shades (as pictured above) for a cool-girl look. 😉

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An alternative boots with jeans look.

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For a more classy and feminine look, wear whites with your over the knee boots. A white mock turtleneck dress and a slightly furry coat will go a long way. It’ll be white wonderland, good for a wintery look.

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A black dress with a gray coat and black accessories is always a classic and polished look to go for.

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Wear a flowy long-sleeve dress and over the knee boots for a more formal occasion, or for that Instagram photoshoot during wintertime. A printed and colorful dress, like above, would pair well with some classic black boots.

Hope you got some outfit ideas for these fun and trendy shoes!

Stay warm,
Xoxo Elizabeth

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