How To Style Knee-High Boots

How To Style Knee-High Boots

If there’s one style of boot we’re glad to call our own, it’s the knee-high boot. Back on everyone’s trend radar since last year, the long and flattering type of boot is a joy for shoe-drobes everywhere. Now that autumn is well and truly underway, we thought we’d share our top ways to style a gorgeous pair. We’ve chosen the French Connection Maida Suede Knee High Boots as our starting point because they’re utterly gorgeous and tick all the right boxes. They’re made from leather but are finished in a gorgeous suede-like material. They’ve also got a stand-out gold sole and buckle too for added femininity.


The best way to wear them is with our Love Label Paisley Printed Shirt Dress. Knee-high boots definitely call for a traveller vibe, style-wise, so we think this swirling print number will do the job. Alternatively, you could stress the slimness of the French Connection pair by teaming them with either skinny jeans (we swear by our South High Rise Supersoft Skinny Jeans for the best fit) or a figure-hugging mini skirt like the Lipsy Spotted Skirt, which is really sweet.

With any of these options, you’ll do well in layering the whole look with an oversized, longer-than-usual cardigan. We adore the South Patterned Edge to Edge Cardigan for its waterfall lapels and hemline. Alternatively, our Love Label Jacquard Edge to Edge Cardigan is an absolute delight – isn’t the monochrome pattern completely striking? Combined with the boots, you’ll definitely turn heads wherever you go.

To elongate the body further, wear the Evie Space Dye Scarf at its full length for the perfect finishing touch; not only will it create an autumnal vision when worn with everything else, but you’ll be toasty warm too.

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How would you wear our knee-high boots this season?

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