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How to Wear Women’s Winter Boots
Everyone should know how to wear women’s winter boots. As the cool air moves in and the trendy winter boot styles hit the shelves, simply loading up your wardrobe with these styles isn’t enough to make a fashion statement. Before you start using your new winter boots, you need to know how to wear them, and how to look like a true fashionista when you do!
Wearing women’s winter boots over a pair of leggings are perhaps one of the best ways to wear a pair of boots. This classic style is one of the most versatile fashion choices, as you can pair virtually any winter boot style with any colour legging. Since you often wear leggings under dresses and skirts, try pairing your legging outfit with a warm pair of snow boots or a chic pair of over-the-knee boots. The great thing about wearing boots with leggings is that you can make your ensemble look as casual or as dressy as you’d like. Your winter boot choices are just as versatile as the leggings themselves.
Similar to wearing women’s winter boots with leggings, wearing boots over a pair of skinny jeans is a perfect way to achieve a stylish, cosy look. Although jeans are more casual, darker rinse jeans such as black or grey washes can easily be dressed up, especially when worn with a pair of faux fur or stiletto leather boots. Of course, you can just as easily dress your jeans down but still look fashion savvy with a pair of UGGs or a motorcycle style that has sheepskin lining.
Don’t forget to pair your new winter boots with other fun accessories, such as trendy satchel bags or wool knit berets. When worn over leggings or jeans, your winter boots become a fashion accessory on their own, so spice them up and polish off your look with other women’s hat and handbag accessories. There are plenty of great ways to wear women’s winter boots, so start playing with your wardrobe and find looks that are right for you for the fall and winter seasons.