“The style of all those who own it lies in the originality” – said the editor-in-chief of Vogue, Diana Vreeland. Work on your aesthetic by wearing a pair of red boots. Not sure how to do it? I have prepared ready-made outfit proposals for you!
Red is the color of joy, love, and passion, which never goes out of fashion. Use it to emphasize femininity and arouse interest.
Red boots: uncensored outfit
From amaranth to scarlet – there are many shades of red, and each of them can make your look outside the box. Getting ready for a date, wear red suede heeled boots with a patterned knee-length dress. Remember that red goes well with black and gray. Upstairs put on a short cognac-colored jacket and… have fun!
Can’t imagine a look without original accessories? How can I blame you! For red high boots, a suede shoulder bag with an openwork cutout or with a fancy buckle will be ideal.
In fashion, as in life, it is important to have a choice. Therefore, I propose you a combination that perhaps you will like more. Pair red over the knee boots with high-waisted leather pants and a decorous shirt in multiple contrasting colors. Top it all off with a long vest of natural or synthetic fur. As accessories, choose a bag in the color of the shoes and a round watch with a wide bracelet.
How to wear red boots?
The answer is simple – with your head held high! With red boots, bold and exuberant women feel at ease, who like to be the center of attention, which is why they are the shoes loved by celebrities and fashion bloggers.
If you are a lover of unconventional total looks, combine the sock boots with a dress of similar color with animal print. Remember, it doesn’t have to be too long, up to the knee at most, so your legs will look slimmer and longer. On your wrist hang a handbag, in which you can put the necessary accessories and at the same time have your hands free.
Red boots, of different colors, models, styles, leg and heel heights, you can buy. Find the shoes you will feel wonderful in! And remember – “fashion is the way to say who you are without having to speak”.