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Everybody make some room – here come knee-high boots!

Everybody make some room – here come knee-high boots!

To the stylish friends of Dolita, we probably don’t need to once again introduce knee-high boots. As has happened several times in history, knee-high boots were first part of a man’s wardrobe before they found their way into women’s closets. The first to wear them were hunters, fishermen, soldiers, or horsemen who simply wanted to protect their feet from moisture, dirt, and feel more secure on the saddle. However, once knee-high boots became part of a woman’s wardrobe and found their way on the catwalks in the 1950s, these shoes really started to show their diversity which continues to amaze us to this day.

Pantanetti

All stylists unanimously agree that knee-high boots are able to elevate any image and fill in the gaps. Even during the coldest time of the year, when there’s not much room for style variations with a neatly-buttoned huge coat on, knee-high boots are great at bringing out your style or mood of the day.

Strategia

Pantanetti

So every year as the weather gets cold, this footwear is great at complementing any outfit, whether it be a short dress, jeans, or a skirt. But for several seasons now, we’ve been witnessing a special duet of knee-high boots with midi clothing, when the clothing completely covers the top of the shoe without leaving the slightest gap. To girls and women searching for relevance in their wardrobes – now is the perfect time to create and play around with such combinations.

Fru.it

Higher, higher! Stop

Over-the-knee boots deserve special attention this year. They never leave fashion for long and always come back to the catwalks every few years. These shoes are definitely not for “sensitive viewers” and never go unnoticed but rather take the first chair. If you decide to buy them, you’ll complement your wardrobe with a practical purchase which will “make friends” with both romantic and sporty clothing. this season, you can’t go wrong by combining over-the-knee boots with Bermuda shorts or pencil skirts.

Elena Iachi

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Greymer

Elena Iachi

Fru.it

Fru.it

So which are those special ones*?

*Of course, diversity is necessary for the closet, and limiting yourself to “those special ones” would mean stripping yourself of part of the pleasure. But how do you choose knee-high boots that would ensure that you’re not only warm during the winter season but also stylish?

D·Milano

Vic Matie

If you’re a sworn fan of elegance, loyal to your style, and avoid fast fashion, then a pinch of luxury can undoubtedly be given to your image with solid-color exotic animal printed shoes.

Is your outfit dominated by the trendy milk or caramel tones of this fall and winter? Complement your outfit with the right shade of knee-high boots and give your image even more integrity.

As legendary shoe expert Carrie Bradshaw has said in Sex and the City: “I’m not afraid of heights, have you seen my shoes? ” So Carrie would be thrilled to know that stiletto shoes and cube heels are still at the top when it comes to knee-high boots. Great news for high heel lovers, right?

Greymer

Greymer

Cowboy boots, which have been loved by fashionistas for several years now, have now turned into wonderful knee-high boots and are ready to become not just a cherry on top but a spicy chili pepper in your winter wardrobe.

Moma

Elena Iachi

For those who want some color accents to brighten up the gray winter sky, as well as their mood, Dolita recommends trying out something special from HALMANERA, FRU.IT, or DEL CARLO. After all, a little color never hurt anybody, right?

Halmanera

Chie Mihara

Greymer

When choosing the right model, consider not only the style and design but also think about the comfort. Wether it will be high heeled or the military style knee-high boots, observe the sole, materials, and choose the right size. So if you’re already thinking about a new pair of knee-high boots – visit us at Dolita Stores or Online right here.

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