Over The Knee Boots – A Wardrobe Essential For Every Girl

Jessica Wright suede knee high

The one thing you need to do to keep up with the fashion trend this Winter is invest in a pair of over the knee – high boots, they are essential in every girl’s wardrobe for this Winter! Last year ankle boots were popular, matched with every outfit from jeans to dresses but they have been swept away and knee – high & over the knee are in for Autumn/Winter 2014.

They accessorize an outfit alone and add that touch of sexiness. Textures like suede and leather prove to be the most popular from observing the major designers fashion shows such as Ralph Lauren, Prada and Alexander Wang’s, knee – high boots have appeared all over the runways.


It is so easy to wear knee-high boots, they look fab with anything and are easy to match up with your outfit whether glam or relaxed. Match them with a dress to give that uber-chic look. On a night out, stand out from the crowd, team your dress with a pair of knee – highs again adding that touch of sexiness and plus they’ll keep your pins warm! Wear them with a day dress, with or without tights.




Wear them casual with jeans matching them with a blazer or shirt, keeping that sophisticated look. Perfect for an evening  browsing around the shops at Christmas.



Or simply match your boots with an over-sized jumper, tights or leggings, keeping you comfy on the Winter evenings. Your boots will still add that bit of class. Chose a neutral colour, black or brown or nude pair that will go with everything. Or be bold with thigh high leather to make your trendsetting outfit complete!


So to get the look, here are some knee-high boots from the high street stores. They are an investment for keeping up with this seasons trend, and if you feel like splashing out and treating yourself, have a look in Brown Thomas.

Zara  €69.95

zara Zara €129

River Island €75


New Look €37.49


New Look €59.99

New Look €49.99

Happy Shopping!

(Images courtesy BT, River Island, Zara, New Look)



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