Here are 10 great over-the-knee boots and ways to style them for those of us who want to embrace this great looking fashion trend that is here to stay.
Over-the-knee boot season is in full swing, and this post is for those of you who may still be kicking the tires about this look. I’m of the opinion that most women can look fab in these; it just takes a little know-how.
I love my over-the-knee boots and consider them one of my Fall/Winter wardrobe staples. They can be styled so many ways, they are super chic, and according to style forecasters, are a trend that is here to stay.
I’ve been online shopping for the upcoming holidays so I’ve rounded up all things over-the-knee boot related for this post. For those of you who just want some ideas and links to where to shop, this is your post:-)
Here are my 10 great over-the-knee boot picks. I’ve chosen ones that are classic and reasonably priced (which is why Stuart Weitzman are not listed). Trust me. You can get a GREAT look without spending $600ish on a pair of boots.
Now, for some great looks for styling over-the-knee boots and tried to link to exact products (or similar) when possible.
A cozy sweater dress is one of my favorite ways to wear OTK boots. I also love throwing a fur vest over the sweater dress for a dressier look.
Skinny jeans are the perfect match for OTK boots. You can top off the look with a sweater, a blouse, a jacket, or a belted trench and more The options are endless…
I love all of these looks! As for body type, I believe most gals can wear these well. I am 5’5″ and feel perfectly comfortable wearing OTK boots. You don’t have to be tall; you just have to know what pieces to pull together to make them look chic.
I’ve enjoyed putting this post together and even got some new ideas for my own OTK styles! Do you already own a pair (or two) of OTK boots? What are your favorite ways to wear them? Let us hear from you in the comments. As always, thanks so much for stopping by. Be blessed, and stay (OTK boot) savvy!!!
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