Tips for Wearing Tall, Sexy Boots
There is something very sexy about boots on a woman; it may be that they help to cover up legs that are less than toned, or that they call attention to the legs, or that men envision unzipping them and slipping them off when you get home! Whatever the reason for their appeal, tall boots are especially popular and daring and can create instant sex appeal. To wear them properly, you need to consider your outfit and the type of boots you purchase so that they’re appealing and eye-catching but not overdone.
First consider the best outfits for wearing tall boots. If you wear boots up to the knees, you can wear just about any length of dress that’s shorter than mid-calf, and can also wear trousers you tuck into the boots or wear outside the boots. For taller boots that hit above the knee or at the thighs, you want to wear shorter skirts to show them off. These boots are not meant to be hidden behind a dress or skirt, so save these for your shortest lengths. You can also wear these with trousers but it’s best if you save them for your skinny jeans so you have a long, clean line on your legs.
The type of boot you wear will also determine if they look appropriate. If you have a very busy pattern to your dress or outfit, you want a solid color, neutral boot so they don’t clash or create a busy look. A few small embellishments may be acceptable but take an honest look at your boots and your outfit and if it seems like you have too much going on, choose another style of boot.
For monochromatic dresses or those with a slight pattern, you can wear a bolder style of boot. This can be a very sexy look. Animal prints, colored suede, and other strong styles work well with a black miniskirt and black blouse or with a nude dress. Your boots then become the centerpiece of your outfit and they really stand out.
For very tall boots, you also want to consider your own figure as they may not look flattering on all women. Boots interfere with the long line of your silhouette so they can make you look shorter and make your legs look chunkier. Most tall boots are best left to those who have slender legs and who are at least of average height, and they may not look the best on women of shorter stature or those with curvier figures. Wear what’s right for your figure rather than just what’s in style, and if this means heels or Mary Jane style shoes or ankle boots, this will ensure you always look your best.