Thigh High Boots: This year’s cold-weather footwear frontrunner is unquestionably high boots, particularly thigh-high boots. Thigh-high boots have captivated women worldwide since their debut in the Autumn/Winter Fashion Shows.
Finally, we can wear warm and protective boots without a boring sexual connotation. That’s because trendsetting brands like Khaite, Schouler, Bottega Veneta, and Proenza have dressed them in fabulous new fashion outfits for the fashion runway.
Because we’re probably not all familiar with how to style thigh-boots for everyday wear, you should be aware that there are numerous styles and leg-widths to decide from. So you can dress in sleek thigh-high boots with close-fitting silhouettes, as well as wider legged without delay styles and rumpled boots that are slouchy and made of soft, comfy material. In the summer, the narrow-fit thigh-high boots are ideal for layering under skirts, dresses, coats, and even Bermuda, or denim, shorts!
They can also wear alone to create leather ‘leggings,’ or with a long, oversized sweater or a thickly textured cardigan-coat. This was a smart way to wear thigh-high boots at the fashion shows, and many French women were wearing them in the streets outside the shows. If you’re still not convinced that thigh-high boots are easy to wear, scroll down to see some of the best thigh-high boot outfits of the year!
In Real Life, Here’s How To Wear Thigh-High Boots:
High-Heeled Boots And Eye-Catching Coats
Wear thigh-high boots with an eye-catching coat, such as the latest plaid or check pattern, to avoid making the shoes the focal point of your ensemble. Wear a simple woolen jumper and skirt suit in a soft grey-green ribbed knitted fabric covering the knee, with black suede thigh-highs and a matching handbag. Another way to avoid making your boots the focal point of your outfit is to go with beige or cream-colored boots.
High-Heeled Boots And Plaid Pinafore Dresses
Wear a checked or plaid dress or a pinafore dress covering you up to the neck. With thigh-high, close-fit, black leather boots, a brightly colored red check, or plaid with a black polo-neck sweater, will look super-smart. Wear a plain-colored, almost knee-length shift dress in this season’s jewel colors, such as dark purple, dark blue, burgundy, deep pink, mustard yellow, or forest green, with Ganni’s wide-leg, patchwork boots. This style features black, brown, navy, and pastel in 5 patchwork pieces, allowing you to create a Boho look with a completely different thigh-high boot vibe.
Thigh-High Boots And Oversized Sweaters
Wear your black-suede or leather thigh-highs with an oversized, diagonally ribbed, polo-necked sweater in a trendy camel to experiment with different textures. Wear a black leather skirt with an asymmetric zip-up, split at the front, and thigh-high boots, but make sure the hem falls below the knee. The real key to pulling off a chic look is to avoid overtly sexy garments and pair your boots with more casual attire. So, if you find a pair of fabulous thigh-high boots with crisscross lacing up the front, make sure they relax.
High-Heeled Boots And Shirt Dresses
Wear your classic shirt-dress with thigh-high boots peeking out from underneath. With a below-the-knee shirt dress, you’ll be partially covering your shoes, which is fine because this is the smart way to wear them during the day. Remember that, in addition to being a popular fashion trend, women are reclaiming the thigh-high boot as a functional piece of footwear to keep their legs warm and dry.
If you’re sick of black boots, try navy, blue, brown, cream, beige, red, pink, or any other colors available! In adding to office ensembles with low-heeled boots and midi-skirts, you can get orange boots, giving you the option of ultra-chic or fun outfits.
Knee-High Boots And Thick Tights
You can wear thigh-high boots with black, thick tights and a short pencil skirt during the winter. Combine these with a cream/off-white sweater with oversized, puffy sleeves and a faux-fur-lined leather jacket. This will result in a casual yet trendy and warm outfit for everyday wear. Wear deep-brown snakeskin boots with a decorative, vertical tan stripe from the sole to the top of the boot to add texture. If you’re wearing snakeskin textured boots, keep your skirt simple.
Thigh-High Boots And Oversized Sweater Dresses Are A Must-Have.
An oversized sweater dress has the casual appeal of 1950s beatniks, who rejected conventional fashion and created their strange looks. I could wear a scooped-neck, thick-knit, textured jumper in blue and grey over black tights and elastic, velveteen thigh-high boots that fit the leg like a sock.
Carry a black handbag and one of the latest silk scarves tied imaginatively around the neck for style and warmth. If you dress in a loose-fitting dress or skirt, pairing your thigh boots with opaque tights and a short skirt is fashionable.
Thigh-High Boots And A Sporty Appearance
If you want to go for a sporty look with thigh high, try a bright 90’s Fila sweatshirt in navy, white, and red. Wear a red midi-skirt with an over-the-knee split and a small red handbag. If you want to put together a truly stunning look, look for red thigh-boots. Fendi makes gorgeous red canvas boots with leather uppers, and Gio makes red leather boots.
Don’t forget to accessorize with a neck scarf to complete the trendy look! Thigh-high in a slouchy style look best with a casual sweater outfit. Thigh-high, oversized jackets, and cardigan coats are all acceptable.
Oversized jackets and coats in brown and dull-green are also popular this season, so pair them with a bright pair of cream, crinkly boots to create a funky outfit without pants. Make sure you have a few long cardigan-coats, or coatigans, to pair with leggings tucked into thigh-high.
The new coatigans are available in a wide variety of colors and checked, plaid, or abstract patterns, allowing you to create a vibrant, statement outfit with your thigh-boots or a subtle dull-colored look, depending on your personal preference! You can also dress up a cardigan and boots outfit with a chunky choker necklace.