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21 Stylish Ways to Rock A Pair of Boots

Because these boots were made for walkin'!
21 Stylish Ways to Rock A Pair of Boots
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Because these boots were made for walkin'!

No matter what you do or how you to choose to wear your clothes, adding on a killer pair of boots to finish your outfit will never fail to elevate your look. Granted, not everyone’s confident enough to rock these high cut kicks at the risk of looking like a cowboy down for a rodeo (or at least that’s what my dad always says). Don’t let the naysayers and wild wild West antis cramp your style. Choose the bootie!

Learn to slay in your boots and gather up some style inspo, below!

Pull together some easy, breezy earth tones like Lissa Kahayon in a garçon inspired outfit— linen trousers, moto jacket, white V-neck shirt and all—laden with a sexy feminine twist care of her white pointed booties.

Laureen Uy sure does know how to pull of pretty much any outfit. Case in point: her patent leather rust co-ords paired with velvet camel brown boots, and completed with tinted sunnies to match.


A constant style maven, take your cue from Liz Uy who proves that tucking in your denim jeans into right kind of knee-high boots ain’t just for some old-time Texas cowboys. She teamed up her bottoms with a turtleneck worn beneath a denim kimono-inspired coat with contrast-stitching that further works to accentuate her white kicks.

While Renee de Guzman’s red-strapped stiletto boots look like they came straight from an edgy film noir, the rest of her ‘fit just screams très chic French girl out to slay on the streets. In contrast to her killer kicks, we love how she kept the rest of her look loose and casual with a simple white-tee tucked into a pair of denim culottes, and dressed up with a blazer. Of course, it’s not a full Renee ensemble without one of her many many hats, and we’re quite sure this look just needed a page boy cap for that extra oomph.


So you want to catch up on the industrial jumpsuit trend but you’re not sure what else to add to an all-encompassing single piece without it looking out of place? The answer is simple: Forego the white flat sneakers and do dress up your suit instead with pointed sock boots like Ida Anduyan. Plus points for a streamlined monochrome look.

Take that dainty twist to your thigh-high boots with a mini skirt and beret as seen on Kryz Uy, below!

Ariana Grande is the queen of thigh-high boots and no one can convince us otherwise. Case in point: peek at how she effortlessly rocks a pair of sparkling booties with just a bralette and skater skirt for her Coachella set.

Kaila Estrada is proof that sometimes all you need to elevate a seemingly laidback oversized shirt and trousers 'fit is a pair of stiletto boots. No effort needed.

If you’re up to playing with silhouettes why not wear your chunky knee-high printed boots beneath a light and slim silk dress with intricate lace details.


When it comes to spicing up a black and white outfit, you can bet Janelle Monae’s always a fan favorite with her eternally quirky style. I dare you to take a look at her short suit lewk below and tell me that office dressing can’t be fun. We especially can’t get over how she teamed her ankle boots with a pair of simple but attention-catching striped socks. Additionally, her sparkly space buns have got us wishing we had enough luscious locks to cop them.

Honestly who cares what they say? Your outfit can never have too much print! Whether they be bright florals, industrial checks, vibrant animal prints, or a mix of literally every single one, it’s all in the way you carry your ‘fit. Confidence is key to pull off the look, below. Meaning, just don’t be afraid to strut your stuff!

A pro at voluminous silhouettes, cop one of Kim Jones’ more subdued boot looks. Take a boxy black dress worn over a black leather midi skirt, and black boots. Level up your bag game and circle your cross-body bag 'round your waist to act as a belt for a more structured fit.


For a slightly more campy iteration of the look above, instead of a dress, tuck an oversized hoodie into your leather skirt and finish with vibrant red thigh-high sock boots. Don’t forget to accessorize with big square sun glasses for a true lazy devil may care vibe.

For a more rugged street look cop Mari Jasmine in an oversized cargo jacket teamed with distressed denim jeans cuffed at the hem to really show off your kicks. Perfect for that museum date you’ve been planning with your Art Major significant other.

Camille Co remains a vibrant character in her silver space boots and flare jeans. But our favorite part about this look is how she ingeniously and unconventionally tucked her double-breasted blazer into her pants, while layered over a light turtleneck.

Leave it to Pia Wurtzbach to know exactly how to shine like the queen she is, even amid the bustling city streets of Time Square. Her coordinating yellow trench and trousers, contrasted with her white boots make for a fun sunny outfit to lighten up anyone’s gloomy night.


Loud and proud, Arci Munoz never holds back, especially when it comes to her outfits. Her wonderfully obnoxious pink boots perfectly fall in contrast with her chunky all black layers. Peep those metallic tights in the middle, because extra isn’t extra unless you go all the way!

Steal the show in an emerald green pleated dress unexpectedly teamed with a baby blue puffer jacket. Finish with white boots and a pink bucket handbag to complete that playful color trifecta.

Throw it back to the big and bold ‘80s in with an extra oversized button-down half-tucked into a pair of leather pants, and worn inside a pair of slouchy black boots. Top it all off with wide hoop earrings and retro square sunnies.

A floral skirt too girly for you? Put a grunge-inspired spin to it by pairing your bottom with leather boots and a jean jacket.