Boots are such a versatile addition to any wardrobe, they can transform you from the girl next door to fiery and fierce in no time. But it’s often sad to part with them as the winter ends, do you feel the same? How about keeping them out of the closet for spring? You don’t have to pack them in just because the new season is here. After all, those boots are made for walkin’.
Here are some quick outfit ideas to show you that boots are not just for winters:
Shorts and boots are a match made in heaven. They compliment each other like anything. Short shorts elongate your legs making you look taller, and a fun pair of boots keep you looking trendy. Pair your ankle-lengths, booties or knee-highs with denim shorts and a crisp shirt.
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Boots worn with overalls will give you a kind of laid-back, model off-duty look without compromising on style. You can opt for simple shirts, plain tees, bralets and crop tops to go with them. In fact, you can also dress up a pair of overalls by wearing them with heeled booties and a silk shirt, and make it a date outfit, if you ever thought it was impossible.
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This one here is a great pairing, you can go for a whole variety of looks. Wear them with skater skirts, mini skirts, midi skirts, maxi skirts or skirts with asymmetrical hemlines. You can opt for a sweet girl look with a polka dotted skirt, plain tee paired with ankle boots or channel a grungy rocker chick with a leather mini, crop top and leather lace up boots.
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Denim and boots can look classy as hell if done right. When dressing up for formal outings, pair your skinny jeans or boyfriend jeans with classic stiletto booties, while the flat or low heeled boots are ideal for a picnic and coffee dates with your friends.
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While it’s easy to go for sandals or gladiators when wearing a maxi dress, not many experiment with their outfit and try on something different, like boots. They provide equal comfort and are much higher on the style quotient. Maxi dresses look best with ankle low heeled boots, but you can safely go for over the knee or the calf length ones if you wish to.