What kind of boots to wear with leggings?

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What kind of boots to wear with leggings?
Leggings are a meant to be worn as a fashion accessory. (squating female with leggings and dress image by David Winwood from Fotolia.com)

Many women shy away from the current trend of leggings because they are confused about how to wear them. Choosing which footwear to wear can be especially daunting. Whereas stilettos and leggings can look like an outfit from the 1980s, sandals often look too casual. Wearing boots offers an easy solution.

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Tall Boots

Tall boots present a classic look. If you are new to the trend of wearing leggings, it may be easier to start wearing a solid-coloured legging with the same colour of boot. A stylish choice is black on black. Once you are comfortable wearing leggings, you can try out new styles such as patterned leggings. Be careful not to pair patterned leggings with a busy outfit.

Ankle Boots

Ankle boots are a practical choice for any fashionista to wear with leggings. Nearly any bootee can make a casual outfit chic. You can try out different styles, such as brightly coloured or patterned leggings, with these type of shoes. Also, ankle boots are versatile because you can either tuck the legging into the shoe, let it rest above the shoe or even wrap the legging around the heel, depending on the kind of leggings you buy.

Sheepskin Boots

Sheepskin boots typically create a very casual, yet fashionable look with a variety of leggings. Leggings should not, however, be worn with snow boots.

Cowboy Boots

Pair cowboy boots with many different kinds of leggings, including ankle length, calf length, coloured and patterned.

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