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Ray | Over the knee boots and a faux fur
Again this year, the over the knee boots are back, or cuissard if you prefer. Directly from the 60s, now they are way away from that idea. Over the years they used to be hated for being almost vulgar, while now they are loved for being sexy but also comfortable on daily basis, easily wearable in an evening look or during the day. With high heels, thick heel or flat, perfect from work to Saturday night. I personally love over the knee boots!
Burgundy evening cuissard
Here I wore them in an evening, comfortable but particular look. My burgundy over the knee boots are stretchy and tight-fitting like a sock, making second skin effect. I will never stop saying it – really, because I said it already in various posts – these boots make the silhouette slimmer and legs straight, moreover if you opt for the model with little chunky heels, they will thin the figure, while remaining super comfortable!
Over the knee boots with tights: yes or no?
There are various ways to wear over the knee boots, I opted for the more “covered” version by putting tights inside the boots, but you can safely wear them without socks, they are so high that they will also cover you from the cold. Or, instead of the skirt, you can wear them with shorts. There are those who love wearing them with a longer skirt, up to the knee, which does not even glimpse the skin.. Another idea? Wear elaborate tights that can be seen between the end of the boot and the skirt! Super sexy!
In this case, the extra touch is given by the sweater and the eco-fur ton sur ton. And the sweater is also glittery!
Do you like the look? Do you have over the knee boots? How do you wear them?
Over the knee boots: Ivanka Trump | Faux Fur: Modah | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff | Glittery sweater, Hat and Skirt: H&M