Boots for Fall-Winter 2013-2014 | Women’s Fashion
We’ll be taking a look at Boots for Fall-Winter 2013-2014 | Women’s Fashion!
We know that clothes and make-up say everything about a woman, but also a bag or the right pair of boots. This season designers brought some new models that will make you feel like you are on the runway.
In new collections, we can see more fashion boots with different heights, from small ankle boots to the highest models.
Wedges are one of the main trend of boots this season. Many models with stable heels appear on collections. Most of new design have right square profile and we love it. Over the knee First spotted this boot length on Balmain and Phillip Lim runways, but you can also bring this trend to the streets with leather leggings or a mini skirt. It’s your choice. Knee Length Styles that just graze the knee, feel functional, fashionable, and fresh for fall. Match them perfectly with knee-length dresses and coats, as seen at Calvin Klein. Mid-Length Hitting somewhere between the knee and the ankle, the mid-calf boot is a classic that will last you this season—and beyond. Pair with dresses and feminine skirts as seen at Chloé. The Ankle Boot Wildly popular steppers by Acne, Rag & Bone and Chloé. This silhouette is a must. Wear this ultra-versatile shoe with almost anything, really! The Bootie Modern-feeling ankle-grazers as seen at Rag & Bone are here to stay. Pair yours with everything from denim to skirts with tights. For women who love their personality and fashion, designers present trendy decor include: applique ,exquisite embroidery, zippers, straps, fur and metal fittings for their models. Beside, several models are decorated by different effects, such as shabbiness. We hope you liked our article about Boots for Fall-Winter 2013-2014 because it’s not only trendy but also it’s full capabilities. And it is not difficult for any women to chose her boots for this season. Kisses Irina This Article was written by: Irina . You can visit her blog here: [button color=”red” size=”small” link=”http://imapuma.wordpress.com” target=”blank” ]I’m a puma [/button]