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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

These boots are made for walking.....


Does anyone else prefer Autumn Winter dressing? 

Now don't get me wrong I just adore warm summer weather but I always feel so much more stylish and put together during the colder months. 

This is the first of four posts looking at key autumn winter items every woman  should have in their wardrobe.

Starting with winter boots. Who doesn't love winter boots? Stylish and versatile, the right pair of boots will work with almost everything in your wardrobe.

My favourite - the ankle boot. Can be worn with everything from jeans to skirts and dresses.  Boots with buckles and studs were in fashion last year and thankfully are still on trend this year.  

Firmly at the top of my wish list are the beauties.




Just how gorgeous are these,  I would wear these with everything, midi skirts and dresses, jeans literally everything. 



Another gorgeous pair with pearl detailing, love these too.



How about a red pair? Red is the colour of the season after all.

or these black and white buckle boots



I love white ankle boots, another style that goes with so many different outfits



Leopard Print?, because leopard print is a neutral right?




Another style of boot that is going to be on trend this year is over the knee boots. Now put the image of Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman out of your mind. Knee high boots can look amazing with the right outfit. I would wear them with skinny jeans and a chunky oversized jumper, keeping everything else really simple. Or I'd team them with a midi or knee length dress. 

Have a look at some of these..



or these




Finally some statement boots, check these out.


or these



Not practical in the slightest but aren't they stunning?

There is so much choice on the high street at the moment you're sure to find a style you love, or like me, be completely spoilt for choice.

As always thanks for reading and I'd love to hear you thoughts.

Lots of love

Sara



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