If I were to choose between riding boots and motorcycle boots, I would have a hard time to decide. However, more often than not, I tend to lean more for riding boots simply because they´re more versatile. They´re not your everyday boots, true, but they´re a pair that would hug your toes warmly on a gray and cold day while making you look chic.
Because riding boots are not your everyday-wear, I wrote the guide how to choose your stylish riding boots and I mimicked 3 celebrity looks – how to wear riding boots. To my surprise, the ways to wear riding boots like a celebrity generated traffic for this site more than any boots article I´ve published. Lots of creative fashionistas are googling for tips on how to wear this killer shoes.
Who can´t be inspired to write a follow-up article about this boots? Not me. So here we go, another 3 ways to fashionable wear your beloved riding boots.
1. Indian Inspired
Indian Fringed Riding Boots $54.63
Brown riding boots, suede with fringe and over-the knee equates to Indian inspired vaa-vaah-voom look. When I saw Mischa Barton wore gorgeous Indian fringed riding boots, she looks so complete even with a plain white tee and simple brown skirt. Black tights, black sunglasses and brown cross-body bag are the only additionals. Less enough, no? That´s right, the boots are very attention grabber so let the rest in your outfit low-key.
2. Goody-Sharp Casual
Women’s Highland Knee-High Boot $199.95
Okay, we know that Katie Price is a very athletic person with thoroughly trained body. A pair of sharp-looking brown riding boots really suits her best. You can quickly copy her power look by going for jeans in boots. Blue skinny jeans in a camel color, Highland knee-high riding boots. Let your upper part be an ultimate top-fit. If the wind turns chilly, you can quickly throw over a leather jacket. I bet, you´re one power-girl.
3. Flannel Chic
Western Boots $59.95
We are very fortunate that these days, there are tons of riding boots that we can choose from. Some women prefer a good-looking but comfortable riding boots, which are not necessarily flat. You can now stylishly enjoy a low heeled riding boot. Horse-shoe or cowboy boots are the type of riding boots that I really adore. If paired with a flannel dress and accessorized with a long, green knitted scarf, you have a kindá retro chic look.
So tell me Creative Fashionistas, which way of wearing riding boots inspires you the most?