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1. Choose the Right Riding Boots
If you wear the right shoes, you conquer the world. If you wear the right boots, you look hot and you’re several years younger than your age.
Although not a must-have for everyday outfit, riding boots are very versatile and casual chic. You can wear them with skirt, jeans or trousers, dress, or with shorts layered with tights. They’re comfortable to walk in.
Riding boots come in an extravagant variety of heights, color, and embellishment. There’s a wide range of style that you can choose from.
In choosing your pair of riding boots, look for a streamlined boot that’s not too chunky at the toe and heel. Boots that are chunky at the toe add you weight and make your legs look shorter, while boots with chunky heels simply has a way of making you look kind’a matronly.
In case your boots are made of polyester, remember to use a spray that helps your boots to last. Before you use your boots for the first time, spray it with this protection. If your boots are leather, there’s a spray for leather material too.
If you know that it will take longer before you can again strut your boots, spray it with protection once more before keeping it. You don’t want to have its skin peeling off the next time you sport your riding boots.
2. How to Wear Riding Boots
They’re not really your most significant must-haves because you can still live a happy life even without them; however, there’s a reason why fashionistas must include them to their collection – because they’re the most versatile and most comfortable boots to walk in.
They’re casual-chic and can be worn with skirts or trousers. Unlike the motorcycle boots, they’re often not too edgy and they easily go with most of your outfits.
I love the equestrian look and it can’t be pulled off without riding boots. Of all styles, riding boots are the most comfortable and can go with almost any outfit. I wear my black riding boots with tights and a sheath dress to the office and then with skinny jeans and a sweater on the weekends. Black is the most staple color, but if you can, venture into other shades like brown, tan and cognac.
3. How to wear riding boots with jeans
A touch of military punk
4. How to wear riding boots with skirts in winter
Editor´s note: This blog post is still in progress …