Hi Everyone ! Fall season is well underway and we are again asking ourselves which boots will be the most perfect for our hottest coats. The Fall season is always interesting because of the choice of boots that are definitely crucial when it comes to the overall look. So, today I’m excited to share the look I shot with one of favorite trends at the moment — red accessories!
High-Waisted Bell Bottom Jeans
With their help, our combinations have a completely fresh look next to all the dark tones we meet during the cold season. I styled this look for today with two red pieces on it to make cooler colors look more dressy and happier. I’m on high-waisted bell bottom jeans because they pair beautifully with just about any top, shirt or in this case with a cozy nude pinky sweater and finishing touch- the hat, of course, that is now inevitable, another must-have.
Not Practical for a Long Wear!
The pair I’m wearing from Egoofficial is my favorite pair at this moment. Boots are very comfortable, even though the heel is thinner. The leg fits nicely in the boot, but I will be honest, if you are not used to a heel, these boots will not be practical for a long wear.
The Epithets of these Boots
What makes them my favorite pair currently, I think you are already guessed because they absolutely go with everything. With a leather skirt to the knees, for example or a short denim skirt, jeans with a cozy sweater or a dress to the knees, which will make these boots even more solemn. I especially like them because they extract legs, so your figure comes to the fore further. These are all the epithets of these boots, which you will see more often in my blog this season.
I’m very happy that such vibrant colors have complemented the trend this Fall/Winter season, and red in any piece of clothing or accessories is considered a full hit. Also, I need to share with you lovely pastels tones that will be especially current this season Spring/Summer. I recommend that you incorporate your pastels into your outfits to make your look brighter although the spring officially has not begun yet.