OTK Boots, Take 2

Over the knee boots are a style that is here to stay! They can be worn on women of all ages, either dressed up or worn casually…they can be worn to create a super sexy look, or alternatively, a conservative ‘Nashville’ vibe…you can find them in high heels, mid-heels, or even flats…I bought a Stuart Weitzman pair a few years back and ended up ditching them – while the camel suede was beautiful, the fit was too loose and I hated the back ties at the top which were supposedly keep them up…the ties always came undone and drove me nuts.

Just recently I tried again, this time a pair by Marc Fisher that I found online, under $200 – as of this writing I have only worn them once, but so far so good…the three inch block heel is comfortable to have on all day, yet flattering on a petite gal…and even though they are not skin tight they do stay up, and will fit easily over jeans and leggings…

Marc Fisher Yahila boot

When you wear OTK boots with a dress or skirt, I like a peek of skin to show…if you want a more conservative look you could also wear tights…

Now let’s get to the rest of this outfit…this is a DVF sleeveless sweater dress that I have had for quite a few years…wore it with blazers, leather jackets, chunky necklaces, high brown boots, casual booties…I wore it so much that I almost got rid of it last year, it almost went bye-bye to Revolve…

So glad that I had second thoughts and kept it! By wearing it with a blouse underneath, it looks like a whole new dress!

The loose fitting, long-sleeved blouse nicely balances the short, fitted dress…a white blouse would be another pretty option…

As for a jacket/coat, I again went conservative and loose-fitting to balance the boots, especially for a business casual look…

Too bad we don’t go out much these days with so many ideas in my head for fun boot outfits…Argh! Soon, hopefully soon…;-)

Stay well. Dress well. Enjoy the NOW.

Candy Costas

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