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Boots Are Made for Walking

June 1, 2012
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Landing somewhere between shoes and boots? Well I’m telling you that booties are hot again with the temperature getting much cooler informing us that winter is on its way. Get ready! Prepare your wardrobe for another trendy and edgy chic styles while walking on the busy streets of Melbourne.

Get warm and cosy with one of the hottest looks this frosty season; over-the-knee boots  styles includes from tapered heels to platform stilettos, skin-tight fits to stylish slouch, this high-fashion footwear looks fabulous worn over tights, long socks or jeans and has been seen all over the winter catwalks. This fashion staple looks stunning  when paired with short dresses, worn over skinny jeans with a white tank-top and black blazer, or when paired with a tunic and leggings. They also look fantastic when worn beneath a tiny pair of tailored shorts, giving a flirty feel to the outfit. Even celebrities such as Rihanna and Hilary Duff have been seen wearing over-the-knee boots, making them a key piece for any wardrobe.

Sturdier than your graceful ballet flat but more versatile than your knee-high numbers, the ankle boot strikes the perfect fashion trends.  Whether they’re flat or heeled, ankle boots and a long skirt is a classic combination, worn over any kind of pants. Women are currently flushed with new season interpretations of this shoe-wardrobe staple, so what are you waiting for, be fab! Be in! Be fashionable.


Over the knee boots and ankle boots are the most flattering styles and can be worn with any outfit, be that a glamorous and sexy skirt, a business suit or a casual pair of jeans

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