20 ANKLE BOOTS & BOOTIES Ideas

20 ANKLE BOOTS & BOOTIES Ideas (16)

Have you ever noticed how many bootie options are out there? Pointed or rounded tip, high shaft or short shaft, leather or suede, block heel or stiletto heel? There are hundreds, not thousands, of different options. So how do I know which type of bootie to wear? Even though there are no hard and fast rules, there are some guidelines that I follow that help me when I am considering wearing boots.

Finding out what makes booties work and why I want to focus on today’s posts. But to answer fully, I want to talk about all the bootie styles that are there – at least the popular ones. Because figuring out how to wear boots has a lot to do with what type of clothing you are trying to wear.

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I’m trying to share 20 pictures as your idea to find the best ANKLE BOOTS & BOOTIES.

I go back and forth on how to organize these posts – do I want to talk about the different characteristics of booties and how to design each one or whether to start with clothes and talk about which booties work with each style.

I truly hope from the bottom of my heart that this blog post helps serve your style needs in any way!

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20 Best Ideas over-the-knee boots

20 Best Ideas over the knee boots (10)

As far as outfit-making footwear goes this season, nothing looks as good as a stylish pair of over-the-knee boots. Equal parts sexy and functional (yes – they keep you warm, too), they’re a perennially chic piece that you’ll wear year after year. An investment worth making. And, did I mention they’re a really good way to lengthen your legs?

Below I share 20 of the best over-the-knee boots.

My top tip is to opt for suede instead of leather. I do love leather ones (and own a gorg pair in black I bought second-hand from Vaunte recently), but with leather, the line between dominatrix and hipster is seriously thin! So for a softer look, try suede or velvetboots in grey, maroon or black. If you’re on the taller side, opt for a dress that hits at the thigh and shows a sliver of skin between your hemline and your boots. I recently wore mine with a loose cashmere mini dress to mix up my textures. Add black tights for a more formal occasion too. Curvy? Wear yours with a darker shade of denim and a longer sweater or blouse. If your frame is petite, try them with a printed miniskirt that will show off your shape. Thigh-highs are a key player in every fall to winter wardrobe.

For your consideration when buying, I present a few pictures. The first is about 5 Best Sellers of WOMEN’S OVER THE KNEE BOOTS.