Combine knee-high boots: 4 outfit ideas & styling tips
I’ve only recently become a fan of knee-high boots. This is mainly due to the fact that I am quite picky when it comes to boots. They simply have to have the perfect cut for me, not be too tight on the calf and ideally they should go with many outfits. How to combine knee high boots, a pair styling tips and four matching outfit ideasI’ll tell you today here on my fashion blog.
Simply combine knee-high boots
Are knee high boots still fashionable?
Oh yes they are again modern! If you currently click through online shops such as H&M, Breuninger or & other stories, you will quickly see that this shoe trend is not a flash in the pan. He may have been somewhat forgotten in recent years, but now he’s coming back even stronger. boots with knee-high shafts celebrate their comebackin the following slideshow you will find some great models:
I like it when knee-high boots stick out a little from the leg, so-called wide shaft have. This not only looks casual, but concealed at the same time too strong calves!
What to wear with knee high boots?
It doesn’t matter whether you choose boots in black, light-colored boots, boots with a pattern, with a round or pointed toe, they all have something in common: they look really cool, make a basic outfit special and can also add an elegant touch to your look.
If you want to combine knee-high boots, then there is a good range of clothing that goes well with them. Knee-high boots look good with jeans, culottes, skirts and dresses of all kinds. You probably already have a few pretty pieces of clothing in your wardrobe that go particularly well with a nice pair of boots.
- I was particularly impressed by the Combination of knee-high boots with feminine skirts. A skilful break in style for everyone who likes it elegant, but doesn’t want to do without a portion of nonchalance. Pair with a fitted turtleneck, hoodie, or cropped cardigan.
- Also good: a knee-high boots with a midi dress with slit. A bit of a leg is teasingly peeked out as you walk. For example, I really like beige boots with light dresses – tone-on-tone outfits look even more stylish.
- Boots with a knee-high shaft can also be very classic combine with jeans. This is definitely a variant with which you always play it safe. While you can conjure up a very simple look with skinny jeans, the combination with mom jeans looks a lot more casual.
- This is one of my favorite combinations for spring and fall Styling knee-high boots with culottes. If you still orientate yourself on current trend colors, nothing stands in the way of a casual everyday look.
Combine knee-high boots – 4 outfit ideas
#1 tone-in-tone outfit with leather pants and quilted vest
Tone-on-tone looks always work. For that matter, beige is always a good choice. Not too pushy, definitely stylish and always chic. The look also works with knee-high boots – the contrast to leather, knitwear and a quilted waistcoat looks casual and special at the same time.
Imitation leather leggings, beige knee high boots, beige quilted vest, knitted sweater, quilted bag
#2 All Black Look with jumpsuit and boots
Of course, tone-in-tone also works in classic black. Here I’m wearing a black jumpsuit and style it with knee-high boots and a quilted vest – the easy-peasy everyday look is ready.
black jumpsuit, quilted vest, black small bag, black boots
#3 Combine knee high boots with skirt and cardigan
I really like this outfit and I feel like I’m wearing it on and off at the moment. I have the skirt and top in several colors, so the styling can be varied quite well. An oversized cardigan gives the look the necessary dose of nonchalance.
Beige knit skirt, white tank top, purple cardigan, white bag, cream boots
#4 Skinny jeans with boots and rope
Last but not least, I show you a simple feel-good look. An outfit that always works in your free time and with which you can never go wrong. I combine black wide-leg boots, a white tank top and a loose cardigan with gray skinny jeans.
Gray skinny jeans, black knee high boots, black baseball cap, white top, gray cardigan, black bag