Happy new year and welcome to 2017! Why not start the year off with a smart investment? If you’re ready to take your wardrobe to the next level, this week’s Fabulous Find is for you.
If you don't already own a pair, you need to invest in some knee-high boots. H&M boasts the cutest and most affordable black boots that are perfect for almost every occasion, and they have a super cute pair of black boots on sale right now. Scroll down to check them out.
The Knee-High Boots
Knee-High Boots - $29.99 at H&M
Need some knee-high boot outfit inspo? Here are three ways to wear them:
A secret for wearing these boots is to pick an outfit you would typically wear with your basic ankle boots, then swap them out for the knee-high boots. It’s that easy!
Here’s a casual and basic outfit for the knee-high boots. The best part? You probably already own all of the pieces. Pair the boots with some basic skinny jeans and a cute white t-shirt for a casual, cute combo. Add sparkle with a gold layered necklace. Top it off with a leather jacket to complete the look and add extra warmth. (A coat, obviously, can go over top.)
This look is perfect for a work party or night out with friends. The boots are an unexpected touch that makes this ensemble winter-appropriate.
A black leather skirt matches with the boots and a grey ribbed long sleeve top adds a little bit of contrast while keeping the look neutral. Tuck the top into the skirt for a flattering look. The tights go perfectly with this outfit and will keep you nice and warm throughout the night. The glitter nails perfect this fun-night-out look.
Living in what feels like the tundra? Here's an outfit that will help you stay warm and fashionable this winter! Thick black knit pants will keep you warm, comfortable, and cute. A white sweater, worn under a dark green bomber jacket, will make sure you're toasty and on-trend. Top the look off with our knee-high boots and finish with a fuzzy pom pom beanie.
What do you think?
Do you have a go-to pair of knee high boots? How are you wearing them right now? Tell us in the comments.