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How do you wear your boots?

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I know theres a lot of topics on boots, but hopefully there isn't one like this.

Everytime I wear tall boots (not quite hitting the knee yet), I wear them with jeans tucked into them, so the boots are on the outside. This is the only way I've ever worn them I think.

I want to venture away from that a little bit. What other ways do you guys wear them? Sometimes, if the boot has a really unique design on it or something, I feel like I can't put my pants overtop of the boots, because nobody will see them! I've just seen some new boots in a Victoria's Secret catalog, and I'm wondering how I could even make something like that work. Any ideas or suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Here are the boots:
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Re: How do you wear your boots?

Those are freaking cute! I'd wear them with a red or brown sweater & silver accessories, so the boots are the focal point.

How I wear my boots depends on the type of boot or how I'm feeling. Sometimes I wear them outside of my pants, sometime I just let my pants cover them up.
post #3 of 11

Re: How do you wear your boots?

Skirt or dress with tights! With busy boots like that, I'd stick to solids. Like gray wool tights, black or dark brown knee-length (or a little shorter) pencil-type skirt would be cute and still warm, especially if you have a longish winter coat.

Even if you stick with jeans (I'd recommend straight leg), I think the toe sticking out on those would still be interesting, since you'd still be able to see the pattern. It would tone them down a bit, and you could pull off a wilder top without them competing too much.
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Re: How do you wear your boots?

There are children here you JACK!!!!!
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Re: feeling sexy

uhhhhh quit spamming my Specktra :[
I assume somebody has reported that.

Anyways, I honestly just LOVE boots over jeans, so I'm not much of a help haha, I just think those would be so cute with a dark wash :]
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Re: feeling sexy

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Originally Posted by IDontKnowMomo View Post
uhhhhh quit spamming my Specktra :[
I assume somebody has reported that.
I have indeed.

As for me? I wear knee length boots and sometimes I wear my jeans tucked in and sometimes I don't. It all depends how the mood takes me. With knee length boots I think it's a shame ot hide them under jeans all the time. Might as well have ankle boots if you're going to do that.
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Originally Posted by IDontKnowMomo View Post
uhhhhh quit spamming my Specktra :[
I assume somebody has reported that.
As soon as I saw that shit.

600+ views when I saw that.

If I have straight legs then I cuff them if I want to show the boot or if they can't fit in the boot.
post #8 of 11

Re: How do you wear your boots?

with leggings?
post #9 of 11

Re: How do you wear your boots?

Are you guys wearing skinny jeans or straight leg when you wear them tucked into boots? I have a fear of skinny jeans...or rather, my hips do.
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Re: How do you wear your boots?

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Originally Posted by marvlgrl2 View Post
Are you guys wearing skinny jeans or straight leg when you wear them tucked into boots? I have a fear of skinny jeans...or rather, my hips do.
Well if you are tucking in the jeans, all pants look liek skinny jeans lol.

i for one would LOVE to be able to tuck my jeans into my boots, like boots on the outside, but i dont look good like that. i wan tto lose more weight first.
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Re: How do you wear your boots?

I love wearing my boots with skirts and dresses, with or without leggings.

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Originally Posted by marvlgrl2 View Post
Are you guys wearing skinny jeans or straight leg when you wear them tucked into boots? I have a fear of skinny jeans...or rather, my hips do.
It's difficult to tuck in the jeans/pants into boots unless it's skinny jeans, for me. I love skinny jeans and I got big hips- eff it, I don't care if people think I'm too fat, I rock them anyway!
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