Over the knee boots are definitely coming back in style. These boots are recently being flaunted on the runway, and I must say that they look so good it makes me want to buy a pair! Not only do they look stunning but it also gives off a bold statement. Although it gives a bold statement, this piece can be worn with casual items that you can use for an everyday look. For instance, it can be worn with jeans or an oversized sweatshirt. There are plenty of other ways you can make this item look stylish. So we’ve gathered the following blogs to inspire you to wear these boots.
Whether you wear them for function or fun (or both!), tall boots are such a popular item in January that Jill of Everything Just So and I wanted to dedicate this month’s roundup to them. We bet you are getting a lot of use out of yours right now and we wanted to see how everyone styles them!
“This is how I dress down a skirt – or actually a dress – for a cold snowy day. By pairing some OTK boots with a shorter skirt you accomplish two things, you make the skirt appear longer and you keep your legs warmer. Plus these babies have some nice treads on the bottom so no slipping on the ice.”
I styled my boots with jeans, winter white wrap top, a beaded necklace with a leather cognac tassel (similar) and my much-loved Australian Outback hat from Montecristi Panama Hats in Napa Valley. read more at therichlifeinwinecountry.com
If you ask just about any girl what one winter staple on their Christmas list was this year, it was bound to be a pair of over the knee boots. Maybe blame it on Gigi Hadid and her leggy Stuart Weitzman campaigns, but this pair of boots has been at the top of everyone’s list for years now.
Being petite I was nervous of how they would fit me and if they would feel more like pants on me than over the knee boots. I wanted to give another pair a try first and see if I thought they would be worth the splurge. I scooped up this flat pair right before my trip home for the holidays. Needless to say, they’ve barely come off of my feet! read more at viewfrom5ft2.com