Last year, as far as tall boots were concerned, shoe pants were the limit. Well, we mean tall boots were crowned the IT shoe silhouette of the season. We’re talking everything from knee-high boots to over-the-knee ones. Cut to Spring Summer 2018 on the runway, we saw some signature boots make a statement too. Saint Laurent’s models marched down the runway in feathered boots while Chanel gave a clearance to transparent knee-high. Even Stella McCartney allotted slouchy boots its moment and Balenciaga took to arty boots that went way above the knee. Oh, not to forget Givenchy boots had mixed-up textures to add a punch.
Since we’re still experiencing colder weather right now, WODROB suggests knee-high boots be on top of your shopping list. Why? Because aside from being THE fall footwear to own, these can transform the simplest ensemble into a chic one, and make your legs look like they can go on for days. Also, what better time to rock these beauties than in sweater weather? Now, what if we told you that one pair of knee-high boots can give you three uber-stylish looks? We swear we’re not bluffing! Read on:
Sport a wrap blouse with these boots
Go for a waist-enunciating wrap blouse, skinny jeans and knee-high boots to show off your curves and give the illusion of an hourglass figure. If your shoulders are narrower than your hips, go for a blouse with shoulder padding. Take to accessories like a tote bag and hoop earrings or a box clutch if you’re going out for drinks.
Knee-high boots with a coat
Wondering how to attain cool-girl status in fall? Layering is the key to this girl. Play with the hemline, and wear a shorter skirt with your knee-high boots, your favourite workwear white shirt and a bold coat for a chic yet fun look. Accessorise with a check scarf too.
Wear it with a shirt dress
You can’t go wrong when you rely on two major trends of this season to float your fashion boat. Team a check shirt dress with your knee-high boots, a cabbie hat and a tote bag for a laid-back look. This is the perfect outfit to wear when catching up with your friends for a cuppa.