Thigh-high boots are always in season...if you can wear them properly. They are very versatile and look great with most outfits. If your looking to dress down or up then you should really consider purchasing a pair of these boots.
It's available in different colours from grey, black, brown, or red and the styles range from suede to leather and some even have adjustable straps. Where can you find them? Almost every clothing store that sells shoes will have a pair! You could always check online for the best possible deals. Take a look at our photo gallery for inspirations on how you can wear these lovely boots.
Top Tips For Wearing Thigh-High Boots
1. Pick a style that complements your personality: If you typically wear black shoes, then buy the black thigh-high boots. Chances are that you will wear them more often if it complements your style and personality.
2. Make sure they fit around your legs properly: You may find some that are a lot looser which can sag at the bottom - if that's the case then don't purchase them. Or if it's too tight then don't purchase them. They need to fit comfortably otherwise it will just be a waste of money if it sits in your shoe closet collecting dust. Good news, you can now find boots with adjustable straps!
3. Wear them with skinny jeans, a skirt, or a dress: It will really complement your outfit especially if the outfit is mainly grey, white, red, or black.
4. Wear a long coat with your outfit: It will complete your look plus it will keep you extra warm during the cold winter months.
1. Make sure the heels aren't too high for you: If it's difficult to walk in then don't buy them. You can find plenty of boots without a high heel.
2. Don't wear them if you're attending a wedding or a formal work event: The look is a bit on the bolder side and wearing it to a formal event will have people turning their heads.
3. Don't wear them when your outfit is already very bright: If you are wearing bright pink, blue, or a yellow outfit then don't wear the boots. You don't want the boots to stand out too much.
4. Don't let too much skin show in between the boots and your bottom: Make sure your bottom isn't too short - length is everything.