Skirt and Over The Knee Boots
The weather during the fall/winter time makes it extra hard to care about going out or even trying to look put together. I often find myself “letting go” of doing my hair and make-up, followed by throwing on the same sweater and jeans when going out.
That’s why when I find an outfit that is going out “worthy”, I stick with it as long as I can! One item that has been a staple in my fall/winter wardrobe has to be knee high boots. I had purchased my dark grey ones two years ago and recently decided to get a black pair andddddd possibly a beige one (cant stop, wont stopppppp.. haha). They are so versatile and I love that they can be worn with dresses, jeans and skirts!
My favourite combination has to be with a skirt. It is perfect for dinner dates and going out, specially when paired with a pretty blouse and panty hoes. I have linked my knee high boots here.
They are so affordable and the grey ones have lasted me over 2 years now. I highly suggest spraying them with protective spray if you want the suede to last. I spray mine every time I go out!
As for the skirt, the best option would be to see what colour knee highs you have and match your skirt to it, try and go for neutrals (grey, black, white, navy, browns) because they are the easiest to style! However, having said that, if you’re looking for a statement piece I suggest going for a burgundy skirt and beige knee high boots. The skirt can be flared or mini, just make sure there’s a bit of skin between the boots and the skirt to give the illusion of being taller. I have linked some of my favourite skirts that I have purchased here (the one I’m wearing fits more like an XS, so so make sure to size up!):
Knee high boots and skirts can easily be styled with a turtleneck, wrap top, blouse, or a bodysuit!
So many looks, so little time and that’s why it this combination is my go-to whenever I have an event on the weekends (from brunch to dinner dates to bar nights with the girls).
What is your go-to winter item? Comment below!
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