How To Style Over Knee Boots

My day to day look generally involves wearing jeans but I still like my outfit to have a smart, structured element. I know that this season I will be switching between ankle boots and over knee boots, and I have a couple of pairs of each. Today I thought I would style my black suede over knee boots from Topshop.


I think that they are the perfect way to dress up a pair of jeans while not looking too try hard. I also feel like when I wear over knee boots with a skirt they just end up making me look even shorter, so I will be sticking with trousers for the moment. The perfect jeans for these boots would be a super skinny pair as even the lining of these boots are suede which means they are quite difficult to pull up.


Aside from jeans, shirts are my other go to piece of clothing. This one from Miss Selfridge still has the structured shape but also features some extra detailing. I love the frill collar and contrasting black tie around the neck. Also the attention to detail on the cuffs gives it a little something extra with the black band to the wrist and two black buttons.


As the weather gets colder I am having to think about outer wear so am using this deep magenta coat from Ted Baker to add a vibrant splash of colour. It is perfect for both day and evening wear and it feels thick and quite heavy so really keeps you warm. I also love the silky patterned lining!


I think I will be wearing this outfit on my next shopping trip! How do you like to style over knee boots?




  1. Naomi
    October 18, 2016 / 11:09 pm

    OTK boots are such an Autumn/Winter must and I love how you’ve styled them with your fuchsia coat–the pop of colour works so well. You totally look like you mean business!

    • lifesacatwalk86
      October 20, 2016 / 5:30 pm

      Thank you! 😊

  2. November 5, 2016 / 9:41 pm

    I’m digging the pop of color. Over the knee boots will always be in for winter. Love the post!

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