You have probably noticed all the various low boots; they’re very useful and wearable, because they’re meant for everyday footwear, but that doesn’t mean that that’s all there is to them. As it is, fashion dictates accessories everywhere, from embellished points to velvet, from pearls on heels to golden buckles. Despite it being quite noticeable footwear, which can on occasion turn into proper army boots, there are still models, which we can style with either jeans or a suit, and they will work both ways.
I always find it interesting, when a low shoe is combined with a men’s piece of clothing and styled with a feminine blouse and a gorgeous handbag : these contrasts work well. Metal studding, most often found in gold, also beautifully complement a predominantly male styling. Complete the look with gold jewelry. Woolen dresses are another great combination with low boots and thick socks, which also make it a very wintery and warm outfit, which you will get a lot of wear of this season.
If you happen to love long skirts, mostly pleated ones, you should know that low boots are the right footwear to accompany them; definitely more elegant and trendy than, say, ballet flats. If your low boots are wider model, you’ll have a harder time styling them with wider cropped pants‒you’ll need narrower boots, for example with lacing, to make the shoe fit your leg as closely as possible. The height of the shoe is important as well: It’s best, if it’s not too high, because that can optically widen the calves. A pointy tip, on the other hand, makes the foot look larger, so pay attention to that detail as well.
The trend is to wear low boots with fishnet or short socks, either made of lurex or embellished in the back, for instance with a bigger bow. This way, both the boots and the socks are highlighted.
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