If there was any signal that the temperatures are well and truly dropping, it’s the resurgence of the over the knee boot. Keeping you warm in chillier temperatures while maintaining a statement feel day or night, over the knee boots are a win-win really. Do they’re aesthetics seem daunting, leaving you with the thought that you couldn’t possibly pull them off? Here are seven styling tips to prove you wrong.
WITH YOUR FAVOURITE JEANS
If t-shirt dresses and longline knitwear isn’t your thing, why not simply pair some OTK boots with your favourite jeans? Keep your denim skinny for a put together feel that adds maximum impact to a day look.
PAIR WITH YOUR SWEATER
Your new season knitwear marries perfectly with a pair of over the knee boots- add interest with a faux suede pair and finish with a longline knit or cardigan on those chilly days.
CHANNEL 90s VIBES
Bring a current touch to a 90s ensemble with an over the knee pairing- A retro themed hoodie or patterned sweatshirt can be teamed with a patent pair of boots for the ultimate ode to the decade everyone is loving right now.
WEAR AS AN ALL-BLACK ENSEMBLE
Looking for something that says low key cool? Wear an all black ensemble. Mix and match textures in your separates, and finish with a pair of flat boots for a relaxed edge.
STYLE WITH YOUR NEW SEASON SKIRT
Midi skirts are everywhere right now and over the knee boots are the ideal alternative to tights as the cold weather sets in. They also go a long way to lengthening the legs too- it’s a win win.
AS PART OF A TONAL LOOK
Amp up your street style star status with a tonal ensemble. Slate greys have a new season appeal- experiment with textures to add interest to the look and finish with a statement lipstick for a day to night appeal.
WITH YOUR PARTY LOOK
The over the knee boot was practically born for al fresco evenings in the winter. Providing a luxe touch to your party ensemble, they even look flawless when teamed with a pair of semi-sheer tights on particularly cold nights.
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