Style Diary: The Thigh’s The Limit

One of my favourite trends of the moment is over the knee boots. They can be dressed up or down, are incredibly chic and have the added bonus of making your legs look long and lean. What’s not to love?

Here are three different ways to wear your favourite pair of over-the-knee boots.

Outfit 1: The Over-Sized Shirt


I cannot get enough of Playboy X Missguided range. It’s an awesome collection full of loud logos, bold colours and iconic prints. My favourite piece was the oversized, black magazine print T-shirt which goes perfectly with black leather look leggings and boots.

As the print dominates the overall outfit, accessories are kept to a minimum with plain gold hoop earrings and oversized rose gold aviator sunglasses from Quay.

The black Moschino bag with gold hardware pulls the outfit together from the boots to the gold accents in the jewellery and glasses.

Outfit 2: The Sweater Dress


I am in love with sweater dresses right now. They’re slouchy and comfortable and great for when the seasons are transitioning. I found an off shoulder knitted dress from MissGuided in a gorgeous rusted rose shade. This colour for me was exactly what I was after for the ‘no longer winter but not spring yet’ days.

When it comes to sweater dresses and boots, there couldn’t be a more perfect pairing and this is a super casual glam look.

Outfit 3: The Little Black Dress


For a more dressed up look, it’s hard to go wrong with this number. Black and gold is such a classic combo and when I saw this dress, I just had to have it.

Mini length with a chiffon overlay, this loose-fitting dress is simply stunning. With gorgeous gold stars and moons printed all over, this definitely has some cosmic magic to it.

With the long sleeves, print, chiffon and frill details; this dress has a lot going on and it’s best to keep accessories to a minimum. Simple hoops and a black bag will do the job.

Which of these looks is your favourite and how do you wear your thigh boots?

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