Three ways to style your winter boots

Three ways to style your winter boots

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Boots are an absolute must for the autumn/winter season and one of their biggest selling points is their brilliant versatility. They can be worn with almost anything in a wardrobe, from skinny jeans to a hippy-chic lace dress, a smart skirt suit or leggings and a casual top – the options are almost endless.

Here are three ways to get the most wear out of your beloved winter boots this year.

Go brave with bare legs
Teaming ankle boots with bare legs and a well cut smock dress is a great way to tick plenty of different fashion boxes. It looks ultra on trend but is also a great way of keeping comfortable during those busy days. Xtra Factor presenter Caroline Flack is the poster girl for bare legs and she demonstrates how bypassing tights can still look classy when items like chic camel coats are added.

Tuck in those jeans
High heeled boots are brilliant for elongating limbs, especially when they are tucked into skinny grey or black jeans. Mixing sleek items with oversized pieces is what the true fashionistas do, and so if your jeans are super slim make sure you add some volume on top – think combining slim bottoms with an oversized shirt, a chunky knit or a billowing tunic. Add a statement necklace to add even more interest.

Go midi
Wearing midi skirts is a great way of mixing up your wardrobe. Vintage inspired midi skirts are really on trend right now and they look perfect teamed with ankle boots and a thin knit jumper or smarter top. If you are going for midi then make sure you choose a winter boot with a chunky or stiletto heel – the mid length can look a little unflattering with flat styles.

Moda in Pelle is a leading supplier of ladies shoes, with 30 stores and concessions across the UK. Visit Moda in Pelle to browse its varied autumn and winter range.

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