When it comes to winter, boots are obviously a popular item for men and women alike. This season, however, the hottest new look flooding streets and runways all across the world is the ultra high boot. Ankle boots are cute and fun, but not always practical; calf boots are a little more practical but are much too commonplace. Enter over the knee boots, a brand new super stylish trend that is taking off like wild fire.
This winter is all about separating yourself from the norm and creating your own signature style with a fashion forward, fresher look. No matter what style you choose—flat heel or high heel—these boots are aggressively chic, powerful and daring that only the woman in charge of her own world can pull off!
If you’re looking for an everyday over the knee boot to ward off the winter chill while remaining mega fashionable, these Faria boots are perfect for you. Sleek, contemporary and completely on-trend these boots are ideal for staying cosy in style. Because of their versatility it’s easy to pair these boots with nearly anything, from jeans and trousers to skirts and dresses. Wear a thick pair of socks with them to stay extra warm during the coldest of days.
However, if you’re in the market for show-stopping statement boots you’ll fall head over heels in love with these Arista heeled boots. Because of their inherent sexiness and daring physique the key to executing this look lies in the styling. Fabulously bold, trendsetting and swank, these boots are made for the confident woman who enjoys marching to the beat of her own drum. These are absolutely marvellous paired with a sleek body-con dress or leggings and a baggy, off the shoulder knit.
Whichever style you choose make sure you get a pair that fits your personality and makes you feel like you’re flying on top of the world. Wear them with confidence and be ready to make heads turns no matter where you go!
Did You Know?
The largest Wellington boot race involved 1,366 participants in an event organised by Giles School in Lincolnshire, UK, on 3 April 2009. The route of the race was 2,213 m (1.38 mi).