Boots are a staple of a complete wardrobe and as the fall season kicks into high gear, we can start to bring tall boots out and make full use of them in our rotation – and, not just our weekend and night options but also, a part of our work uniform.
Making a thigh high boot work for an office or business setting is very tricky but if styled correctly, you will look polished and fashion forward as opposed to “Pretty Woman”. The trick is to not show skin on the leg and have the boot disappear under your hem (this is VERY important). If thigh highs are out of your comfort zone, over the knee boots work the same. A regular boot that hits on the calf can also work if you pair them with thick stockings or leggings that are the same color as the boot. This will give the illusion of a never-ending leg and it creates the same effect as the thigh high.
The Brian Atwood dark brown boots will be the envy of all your friends and will be great to pair with navy looks. The Stuart Weitzman flat boots are a must especially in the city, comfortable and chic. And, the sumptuous grey Stuart Weitzman boots are a great,neutral deviation from black.
The Laurence Dacade boots are an amazing option as they can add flair to a basic look given the details and texture. The Chloe boots would be a great alternative to the usual brown or black options. The Brian Atwood dark brown boots will be the envy of all your friends and will be great to pair with navy looks. The Saint Laurent boot is a great lower heel option and an amazing neutral fall color.
Try to style your look with a pencil skirt or culottes with a crisp white button up or a strong blazer or coat option. Keep it clean, effortless and always fashionable.