Footwear fashion is currently ALL about the white boot and styling them up is easy.
Just like the white sneaker, the white boot can be teamed with almost ANY look. Replace your little black or tan booty with this white number for an easy-to-wear trend. It doesnít require much styling, which is a blessing when you are on the go.
You can style them up with your favourite skinny jeans and an oversized jumper to hit the ground running, OR team them up with a midi skirt and fitted knit for a more feminine approach. You can even wear them with a great pair of black pants, white shirt and trench for a sharp work outfit.
These boots are extremely versatile and although they are trend driven, they will last the distance so invest away!
Some of my favourite inspiration images are listed below. For a casual look, go for a style that has some stud embellishment and a wooden heel. The high ankle cover boot is very flattering as it sits at the skinnier part of the ankle, which creates a line that will give the illusion of a slender leg. The point of the toe will add to this too.
Another great option for a more casual look is the rodeo pull on boot. Rodeo will be a big trend over the next year so opting for this style will see you through that trend on the horizon.
If you are looking for a style that has the ability to go from day-to-night, then going for a boot that is all-white is best for you. Whether you go for a block heel or a skinny stiletto, the all-white option is super chic and very stylish. Two of my favourite options for an all-white boot are the Spurr block heel boot and the stiletto style from Betts. Both are a great price and very flattering. The all white option can be teamed with your favourite jeans, as well a great after five frock.
Trust me, these white boots are a super easy trend, that look great on many body-shapes. They're just like any other booty, but with an added WOW factor.
Have you tried the white boot trend yet? What did you style them with?
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