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From what to wear boots

Summer is over and replace the light sandals come elegant and warm boots. But like the rest of the shoes, they also need to be able to wear and to know what items of clothing combine one or another model of boots.

From what to wear boots

In the autumn-winter 2015/2016 season will be in fashion suede boots a variety of shades - from the color of coffee with milk to crimson and mustard. High boots is recommended to choose the girls with slender legs and bottom light. If your height is less than 165 cm, take a look at the usual boots to the knee. Treads visually expand and emphasize the bottom line of the hips.

Lacquered shoes will again be in the trend, so you can safely choose this model of high boots. However, any other lacquer accessories to complement this image does not advise not to go too far and so bright accent. High boots will look good with all kinds of ponchos and capes. Under such garments can pick up the sweater thick knitted or, conversely, a white cotton shirt.

Very good autumn boots look great with long, warm dress. The most suitable and romantic colors for this dress - brown.

Effectively look high boots to the knee, along with a mini-dress and black stockings in a geometric pattern. This playful style collection autumn-winter renowned American designer Rebecca Minkoff was performed.

If you prefer even more freely and calling style, put on a warm jacket elongated translucent dress with a deep cut on the skirt. High-heeled boots only emphasize your sexuality.

The famous designer Marc Jacobs presented a more modest and closed outfit, in which he joined the boots with midi skirt. This is not necessarily to wear pantyhose.

You can and do replace pants high boots, and if you pick up the clothes suitable length, then no one will even notice. 

But the most popular way even with the 70-ies of the last century, are the usual skinny jeans tucked into boots. And most importantly, it is not only stylish, but also very convenient!