2. White Boots & Jeans
Bored of the classic black boot? Then it’s time to give white a try. And don’t worry, the way they look on you will far outweigh your these-will-get-way-too dirty fears, we promise. All you’ve got to do is stay away from mud…simple. Just like its darker counterpart, the white boot goes with every shade of denim, meaning you can’t really get white boots and jeans too wrong. So, although a new shoe shade may seem scary at first, it’s actually not.
But, how do you wear white boots and jeans? Well, unlike the knee high, when it comes to the white boot, it tends to look best when peeking out the bottom of your jeans. It also tends to look best with a more relaxed jean and a cropped hem. Think straight legs, moms, flares etc, rather than skinny jeans and boots. Oh, and frayed detailing is also an added bonus. At the end of the day, you want people to see these boots because, well, look at them? We’d also recommend keeping the white boot short and sweet – think ankle styles that are seriously versatile. But when it comes to the rest of it, it’s down to you. From pointed toes to rounded toes, block heels to chunky flats and contrasting soles to all-white-everything designs, there’s a white boot out there just waiting to be paired with your fave denim.
Like we said, the good thing about white boots is that they’re super versatile. So, whether you want to dress up an oversized check shirt and moms a la Beiber (cool, right?), match your top-half to your footwear like Kendall Jenner with white boots, jeans and a white knit (an easy way to look put together) or lighten up your wardrobe classics (bye dull winter fashion), a pair of white boots is a little-to-zero-effort way to take you style up a notch. Oh, and they work in spring and summer, too. Bonus.