If you are searching for different types of women’s boots, the most important thing to consider is what type of boot you are looking for regarding shaft height. You may prefer one height for all of your boots or may want a selection of each type to wear them with anything and everything in your wardrobe.
Guide to wearing boots
A very versatile and comfy choice is the ankle boot. Ankle boots usually look best worn with longer pants that cover the top of the boot. This gives the appearance of wearing a taller boot but has the comfort of wearing a shoe, hence perfect for warmer weather. Ankle boots also look great with skirts and short shorts, if you are leggy enough to pull this look off. This look will showcase your beautiful legs.
There is also the thigh boot, which has more limited options and probably would not see much daily use but could be worn for special occasions or with particular outfits. Generally speaking, they are too sexy to wear to work for most careers, such as office work. These boots are best worn for a date night or out dancing. This type of boot is good with taller people, as they would be too much for a shorter leg.
Knee length boot
Knee length boots are another choice but are most attractive on longer legs. Shorter legs can look very short with knee length boots, and this type of boot may not even fit well on a short person if it starts bunching at the knee. They are very slimming to the legs and create a sexy and elongated look on your long legs. These work well with short dresses and skirts and can be worn tucked into skinny jeans or leggings.
Mid-calf boots are another very versatile choice, and these look great with mini skirts, longer skirts, boho dresses, and of course jeans. When pairing them with shorts or miniskirts, be advised that they may make short legs appear even shorter. With a longer skirt or dress covering the top of the boots, this will not be as noticeable. With jeans, these boots can be worn with the jeans tucked in. If you are going to tuck your jeans in, it’s, of course, easiest with skinny or straight leg jeans. You can also try leggings which are thinner than most jeans and easier to tuck in.
Whichever kind of boots you buy, think about what they will look best in your wardrobe, how much use you will get out of them, and if they are the right style for your body type. Be honest with yourself because there are so many gorgeous pairs from which to choose.