Style : Here’s Why You Need Knee High Boots In Your Wardrobe!

Its been the longest time since I made a post on what I wore and I’m excited to bring this back to the blog.

Uni is officially back in session, and if you’re like me that has to move around a lot during school hours, I thought this look would be great for a comfortable and simple day, while feeling like you’re pretty much dressed up.

Onto today’s post, here are details of my typical school day outfit and also the benefit of wearing knee high boots.

Benefits of wearing Knee High Boots

Knee high boots are one of those particular items that I’ve come to realise that they don’t ever go out of style and tend to be an important piece in a woman’s wardrobe.

Related : What I Wore + Tips On How To Enhance Your Outfit, Effortlessly!

  • One of the great things about knee high boots is that you can buy 2 or 3 different types and colors and after that, you can pair them with a lot of outfits to create  various looks based on your mood.
  • While knee high boots can sometimes be challenging, they absolutely can work on every body type. So, whether you are curvy, petite or tall, you can always fit your fit.

  • Knee high boots provide the warmth I never expected to have till I started wearing them . So this is perfect for the winter period.
  • Because they cover over half of the leg, over the knee boots can dominate your lower half. If you’re brave enough, a heeled option can help boost or lengthen your legs. For best results, find a pair that provides a snug fit and if it’s heeled, then get one with thicker heels and is raised one to two inches above the ground.

Outfit Details :

Hat : H&M

Top : Bershka

Jeans : Stradivarius

Knee High Boots : Bershka

What are your ways to style your knee high boots?

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