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Boots were fashionable during the nineteenth century and became a high fashion product in the 1960s. However, it wasn’t until the 1970s when they became the most iconic and remained a staple piece in women’s winter and fall wardrobes. Today, boots are seen as both a comfortable, casual footwear option and a high-end fashion accessory. You can choose from styles like women’s designer combat booties, slouchy boots or riding boots, to name a few.
At Shoe-Inn, our designer boots come in a variety of heights such as ankle, calf and knee-lengths as well as over-the-knee and even as far up as your thighs. These classic fashion pieces can be fitted to your leg while other designs have straight or loose silhouettes. If you choose a boot that follows the curve of your calf, there are slits in the material to provide flexibility or wider panels at the shaft like in ankle booties. Over-the-knee boots have a vent at the back of the shoe for the extra freedom to move.
Our boots come with a variety of accents too, including zippers, lace-up strings, buckles, straps, studs and unique stitching as well as other features like pointed toes, heels and wedges. It’s evident that there is a boot for every occasion to match your personality.
Fashion boots are often worn for style, while some also offer functionality during the colder months. Grab women’s designer knee-high boots for a casual outfit or more classy styles for business and formal attire. But here’s a quick style tip to keep you on-trend: Make sure to watch the hemline of the different boot lengths. Depending on the hemline of your clothing, certain boot heights can accentuate all the right parts of your outfit.
Slip on a pair of ankle boots for outfits during the end of spring and beginning of fall. Match them with cuff jeans or other pants to show off your shoes. Knee-high boots give off a classic look when you pair them with a flirty skirt or distressed skinny jeans. Combat boots are great for transitioning from fall into winter for a grunge look. Then, you can start wearing winter boots for cold weather and snow.
While cold-weather boots are functional for outdoor use, they are also fashionable. Designers implement different elements like fur, patterns, lace-up strings and other details to keep you in style. You can wear neutral colors with a pop of a boot or fun patterns up top with a neutral boot to complete the ensemble.