We all know Julia Roberts movie Pretty Woman. Why? She appeared in over the knee boots. I know many women who are still confused about how to wear this footwear appropriately. In today’s post, I am going to share with you my favorite ways on how to wear over the knee boots this year.
Personally, I love these boots for that sexy and sultry look. They can be worn in so many ways, as you can create various cool looks, starting from modern to classy outfits. If you want to get inspired, then you are more than welcome to see best looks to try on with over-the-knee boots.
Before we move on looking through my favorite street style looks, I want to be careful in creating your own outfit that will feature thigh-high boots. Don’t wear anything too revealing. Better avoid too daring and sexy looks. Of course, you can wear something sexy, like shorts or mini dress, but you should make a compromise by adding long coat or sweater to cover it.
Love this simple combination that features a black blazer, white tank top embellished with sequins, blue skiny jeans tucked in black suede OTK boots. Speaking of denim, I recommend to check my post on women’s best summer denim street style ideas that can make you look modern, trendy and ladylike.
Avoid wearing too much-fitted clothes. Try over-the-knee boots with your lovely jeans. This will look more casual on you, but it won’t make you look too much sexy. For instance, you can try on denim skinnies and pair them with velvet thigh-high boots, sequined top, and smart-casual blazer.
I tell you honestly, finding a perfect pair of over-the-knee boots can be quite tricky. They shouldn’t look too much sexy, they have to stay up and have that slight slouchy touch. Avoid glossy leather styles, too tight or too droopy or bulky one.
The last but not least thing is to avoid wearing sky-high thigh-high boots. Of course, if you are a self-confident lady who can pull-off such look, then it’s okay, but we often look trashy. Personally, I advise you to go from 3 to 4 inches heels. This will make you look classy and move more comfortably.