Sonntag, 26. April 2015

Fashionistas Style Inspiration: Skirts & Boots

Although winter has already bid goodbye, it does not mean that you should completely forget about your boots. You can still wear them this spring with your favorite skirt. Look charming wherever you might be with these celebrity-inspired skirt & boots outfit ideas for spring.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

With her pretty face and sexy structure, Rosie has no hard time pulling off a skirt and boots outfit. Get the model’s high-class look by pairing a leather mini skirt with a sexy, velveteen boots. Cover yourself with a structured tuxedo for a tasteful, sophisticated look.

Blake Lively

Blake Lively sure knows how to wear a proper skirt and boots outfit. Her all-white ensemble – terminated with a stiletto-heel, low-cut boot – is more than a memorable fashion statement. In fact, this is one of the easiest styles to copy, as all it takes is choosing a skirt that goes against the color palette of your boots.

Jamie Chung

If you still like to keep your legs under wraps, then emulate Jamie Chung’s skirt and boots outfit. She wears a tuxedo coat and a slitted midi skirt with a sleek velvet knee-high boots. What’s great about this look is that you can still show some leg – and still skip on the parts that need much cosmetic attention. Most importantly, this outfit can keep you warm during unpredictably cold spring days.

Victoria Beckham

Wine goes better with age, just like Victoria Beckham. This former Spice Girl shows that she’s a celeb to reckon with, especially when it comes to her skirt and boots outfits. The way she manages to harmonize a simple knit skirt with red velvet boots is more than divine! Get her look by matching simple pieces (such as a plain sweater and a knit skirt) with over-the-top boots.

Olivia Palermo

Truly a fashion icon, Olivia manages to make the tackiest of things classy with her unique sense of style. Her midi skirt and boots outfit – which comes in contrasting designs and textures – are blended in high-profile fashion. Since this is very tricky to pull off, make sure to create a homogenized look that links your skirt seamlessly with your boots.

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(credit: L.R.)

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